Zimran


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Zimran

(zĭm`răn), in the Bible, son of Abraham and Keturah.
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I was in my second year of intermediate studies when I first saw Huma's theatre troupe perform at Diyal Singh College,' said Umer Zimran, who has been working with the troupe since 2013.
Police identified the suspect as Adiv Zimran Santiago, who was accosted Tuesday night after security guards found a sachet of methamphetamine (shabu) in his bag.
Wollstein G, Elstein D, Strassman I, Seelenfreund M, Zylbermann R, Zimran A.
Zimran Samuel, appearing for the local authority, which is based in the south of England, told the judge action was taken after the mother allegedly expressed her worry in October that her husband was planning to take one of the girls to Egypt to undergo the FGM procedure.
Rolfs A, Giese AK, Grittner U, Mascher D, Elstein D, Zimran A, et al.
Granovsky-Grisaru S, Aboulafia Y, Diamant YZ, Horowitz M, Abrahamov A, Zimran A.
According to book of Genesis 15:18-21, "The Land of Israel", which stretches from the Nile to the Euphrates, includes modern day Israel, the Palestinian Territories, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Yemen and most of the land east of the Nile, was promised by God to all the children of Abraham including Ishmael, Zimran, Jokshan, Midian etc.
With Oral GCD, we are using the natural characteristics of plant cells to deliver active enzyme into the patients blood stream, said Professor Ari Zimran, M.
Ari Zimran, Israel) e discutido em consulta publica nacional.