Alush


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Alush

(ā`ləsh), in the Bible, wilderness camping ground of the Israelites.
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When asked about the possibility of an out of court settlement, Alush said, "Shauq is not content with anything less than a fair qisas (retribution) in which Norah is made to undergo the same disfigurement and burns she inflicted on my daughter.
Also, Kosovo's Health Minister Alush Agashi said that the agreement was important for making health service in Kosovo more modern.
They came from Dophkah, from Alush, from waterless Rephidim.
it was 'composer' Israeli Noi Alush who was who pioneered the trend mixing a song dreamt up from the words " Zenga Zenga " spawning subsequent variations on the Zenga theme after that which included the famous Colombian-Lebanese singer "Shakira," a dance to the tune of " Zenga Zenga " instead of "Waka Waka.
Abu Khaled Alush, one of the building residents, said that the Jerusalem municipality never warned them that they were buying apartments without licenses.
Nim (Breslin) live son alush South Pacific island with her scientist father Jack(Butler), playing with her animal pals while her father studies plankton.
The beige carpet and pale cream walls of the compact hallway continue into an open-plan lounge and dining area with floor to ceiling windows overlooking alush green garden.
Alush, pristine 6969-yard course in the shadow of volcanic Mount Merapi in Indonesia was a favourite with tourists.
ALUSH explosion of patterns and colour comprises an exhibition of Gujarati textiles.
Other leading victims included Fehmi Agani, a member of the delegation which attended peace talks in France; Baton Haxhiu, editor in chief of the newspaper Koha Ditore; Alush Gashi, an adviser to Albanian leader Ibrahim Rugova, and writer Din Mehmeti.
Alush presence, uncontainable, with her flesh coming through her stocking "like a pear" (CS, p.
From Egypt Hannan, from Syria actress Kindah Alush and from Lebanon actors Carmen Libs and Yousif Al Khal will all take part in the film.