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lah

Music (in tonic sol-fa) the sixth note of any major scale; submediant
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Exceptions are the particle lah, whose origin is uncertain; kan, which is derived from Malay; and bah, which has been postulated to have originated from Mandarin or the Borneo languages (see Hassan et al.
6 Table-3 Age Group Range Limit LAH (cm) RAH (cm) ROH (cm) 0-10 LL 0.
Students from Al Mo'tasem Bil Lah, Al Hasan, and Al Hidayah schools were short-listed as the campaign finalists and battled it out in a live discussion with the judging committee at the finale.
People with hemophilia and their families suffer from psychological issues in every stage of their lives stemming from shock at initial diagnosis, childhood family tensions and school integration problems, adolescence rebellion and denial due to fear of stigmatization, concluding with issues with adult integration at work and starting families," said Solange Sakr, LAH president.
reframing means to put a negative condition in a positive way lah.
Therefore, for example, I saw Patty Dukes perform at an event organized by Lah Tere.
was a popular variant on the 'Here We Go' chant for a while and "let's go f*** mental, let's go f*** mental, lah, lah, lah, lah.
To help find those individuals who might otherwise be overlooked, Emory University neurologist James Lah, MD, PhD, and his colleagues developed a new screening tool for mild cognitive impairment and dementia.
Fan favourites She Moves In Her Own Way and Ooh Lah gave the crowd the opportunity to be heard as they belted out the choruses, and the combined enthusiasm of the band and fans cost Pritchard his shirt.
For eight days, Dr Rice has been in meetings around the globe, trying to find a consensus to end the 20 days of fighting between Israel and Lebanon-based Hezbol lah.
All should give undivided support for Pak Lah as the PM.