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date palm

a feather palm, Phoenix dactylifera, probably native to N Africa and SW Asia and widely grown in other arid warm temperate and subtropical regions for its edible fruit (dates)
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As an example, Halawi noted that Abu Dhabi search and rescue teams -- which have already deployed to aid in relief efforts in Nepal -- were immediately issued with ready-to-go communications sets, which allowed their quick departure.
In line with analyst expectation that the issuance of the first sovereign Sukuk in the kingdom would set the benchmark and trigger more issuance, GACA's $4 billion Sukuk was shortly followed by a series of Sukuk by Almarai, Saudi Electricity - which sold its first global Sukuk - and Saudi British Bank," Halawi said.
There is now great fear amongst my former colleagues that the same could happen to them if one of the Muslims turns on them," Halawi said.
Our equipment is reducing the effects of the jamming so that we have coverage in 70 percent of Libya," Halawi said.
Halawi, Pires, and McCarthy (2009) took a traditional and well recognized approach to evaluating e-learning by using Bloom's taxonomy.
Halawi added: "This year, GulfComms is especially important to Inmarsat as it coincides with Inmarsat's 30th anniversary.
C[pounds sterling]Policemen cordoned off al-Bahadriya region in south of Basra after a group of gunmen opened fire on the director of the higher elections commission Moaz Wahieb Abdullah al-Mousawi and his deputy Basem Mohamed Jasem Halawi, killing them instantly and injuring a passing by Ali Qassem al-Tamemi, who was rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment,C[yen] the source, who wished not to be named, told Aswat al-Iraq - Voices of Iraq - (VOI).
Fatah militant Amjad Halawi smiles after coming out of hiding in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, yesterday, after seven years on the run from Israel PICTURE: Kevin Frayer
QCVS: CPO Neil Keith TERRY, RN; WO Mark Christopher ASLETT, Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment; Lt Col Mark BURNETT, Corps of Royal Engineers; Brigadier Nicholas Patrick CARTER CBE, late The Royal Green Jackets; Maj Gen Andrew Collingwood FIGGURES CBE, late Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers; Sgt Hisham Bahjat HALAWI, Paras, TA; WO Ian Alexander McCLYMONT, Royal Regiment of Artillery TA; Lt Col William Justin POINTING, Light Infantry; Capt Kenneth Paul SPARKES, Queen's Royal Hussars; Capt Hazel Jane THOMSON, Adjutant General's Corps; Capt James Thornton WAKEFIELD, Queen's Lancashire Regiment; WO Shaun Joseph WILSON, Royal Regiment of Artillery; Wing Cdr Philip James BEACH MBE, RAF.
Hisham Al Halawi, spokesman for British forces in Basra, told Al Arabiya television.
Major Hisham Halawi, the Army's spokesman in Basra, said: "The damage to the vehicle was not great and there were no injuries or arrests.
The vehicle was on a routine patrol on the outskirts of southern Basra when the bomb went off in the afternoon, Major Hisham Halawi said.