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wadi

, wady
a watercourse in N Africa and Arabia, dry except in the rainy season

wady

[′wäd·ē]
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Sugar cane yield of millable cane and sugar yield were significantly increased by applying concentrated or multi elements compounds (Zn-chelate, Wuxal micro, Fetrilon Combi Wady, Algifert and Metalosate multi).
Wady was shot in the chest and is said to be in a critical condition.
When I saw the statue of Saddam fall, I couldn't believe it; I thought I was dreaming," said sculptor Haider Wady.
From left to right: Ian McDiarmid as Hyde, Helen McCrory as Barbara Villiers, Rupert Graves as Buckingham, Rufus Sewell as King Charles II, Charlie Creed-Miles as James, Tabitha Wady as Anna Hyde and Cristian Coulson as Monmouth.
On New Year's Day, 1946, Canadian Army Captain Wady Lehmann had his last interview with condemned SS Brigadefuhrer (Major General) Kurt Meyer.
Ben Kwarme and Tabitha Wady as the receptionist Katrina were.
A portage railway bypassed the first cataract, and then it was on by steamer to Wady Halfa and the second Cataract, which was a series of falls covering over eight and a half miles of the river.
It's a process that is just starting, but the private sector needs to move towards the reduction of the workforce' says Wady Jasmin, president of the main container terminal, Santos Brasil, which expects to post earnings of slightly more than $3 million in 2001.
Es un proceso que recien comienza, pero el sector privado necesita reducir la fuerza laboral", dice Wady Jasmin, presidente de la principal terminal de contenedores, Santos Brasil, que espera tener ganancias de poco mas de US$3 millones en 2001.
Virgilio Goncalves Pina Filho, president of Multicargo and Wady Jasmin, president of Santos Brasil S/A, (two important figures and firms in port operations in Santos) outlined the improvements in container and cargo handling since the privatization of the Port in 1993.
With: Harry Enfield, Kathy Burke, Rhys Ifans, Laura Fraser, James Fleet, Louisa Rix, Tabitha Wady, Paul Whitehouse, Natasha Little.
Rhys Ifans co-stars as the odious top DJ Eyeball Paul, Laura Fraser and Tabitha Wady as the boys' potential cherry pluckers, Paul Whitehouse and Steve 'Phil Mitchell' McFadden as two bouncers, and whoever happened to be clubbing in Ibiza last year as the cast of thousands.