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Ammah

(ām`ə), in the Bible, hill near Gibeon.
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According to Abu Ammah [2], the expectations of the citizens of the country regarding the nursing profession can be materialized by the removal of the social elements attached to the profession.
He said, "would you like a newspaper ya ammah [aunt]?
At the level of these works, there is a potential for dialogue with people of different faiths, as noted by Muslim theologian Rabiatu Ammah.
Rabiatu Ammah, "Christian-Muslim Relations in Contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa," Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 18 (2007): 143.
Ammah, Rabiatu, 2009, "Violence against Women in Ghanaian Muslim Communities," in Kathy Cusack, and Takyiwaa Manuh, eds.
The winners in the Special School Management Award (girls) were: 12th Intermediate School in the Eastern Province with Ammah bint Mohammad bin Zaman Zinel as school principal (1st place); Third School in Asir with Muna Ali Shaie Ahmad as school principal, (2nd place); and Second Secondary School in Mubarraz in the Eastern Province with Buthaina Abdulrahman Abdulwahab Al-Mosa as school principal (3rd place).
In the study of 200 febrile patients in Cameroon, Ammah el al (2) reported a 32.
In fact, Ammah el al (2) concluded from their study that the number of fever cases diagnosed as malaria co-existing with typhoid fever is actually overestimated.
Paul Ammah, Humphrey's accomplice in the robbery of Wing Commander Drissell, was jailed for six years.
Humphrey's accomplice in mugging Wing Commander Drissell - Paul Ammah, 21, from Clapham, south London - was jailed for six years.
Ammah, Rabiatu, 1981, The Position of Women in Islam: A Case Study of the Position of Muslim Women in Accra, Unpublished Long Essay, Legon: Dept.
Rabiatu Ammah, "Building God's Peace and Justice Together," pp.