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Nahavand

(nähävänd`), city (1991 pop. 59,307), Hamadan prov., W Iran. It is an agricultural trade center. Nahavand was the scene of a decisive victory of the Arabs over the Persians in 641 or 642. The name also appears as Nehavand and Nihavand.
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TAIPEI: ARAB NEWSHussein Mahmoud Al-Deek Al-Mansour, 15-year-old, from Nahawand Intermediary School in Najran won a gold medal for his invention in the Taipei International Convention for Inventors 2013.
During their Ramadan experience, families and friends will be treated to performances by the Lebanese band Nahawand.
For social responsibility to be achieved, there needs to be a suitable environment such as robust civil society and citizens exercising their rights to hold officials accountable," said Nahawand Qadari, a communications professor at LU.
The rockets were launched from Nahawand region, northern Amara," he added, without giving further details.
I am confident that this will be the stepping stone for further cooperation between myself and Beecell in the future, and I have full trust in the high quality of service presented by this particular firm," Nahawand said,Beecell signs agreement with Nahawand
At college Shamma mastered the intricate theory of Arabic Maqamat (scales) including the Nahawand, Qarij-ghar, 'Ajam, Hijaz, Bastanihar, Awj, the Kurdish Desht, and even the pre-Islamic Babylonian pentatonic (five-note) scale.
Pehlivanian will also conduct Richard Strauss' Ein Heldenleben, and Issa Boulos will perform his composition Sama'i Nahawand with Baian Reda, Yassine Ayari, Rony Moser, George Oro and Taoufik Mirkham, explained a QPO spokesperson.
Media expert Nahawand Issa said women in the media are either portrayed as an item of consumption or a housewife occupied with kitchen work.
The problem is that women are then "perceived only as a physical body, which only men can decide whether to cover or not," said Nahawand, the author of a book on women in the media.