Aliat

Aliat

 

an urban-type settlement in the Azerbaijan SSR, located on the shore of the Caspian Sea, 75 km south of Baku. Aliat has a railroad junction on the Baku-Tbilisi line, with a connection to the Dzhul’fa-Yerevan railroad line. The population in 1968 was 6,600. Enterprises center around rail transport. A plant for repairing automobiles is under construction (1969).

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The project extends over an area of 28,000 hectares in the oases of Draa, Todgha, Maider, Aliat Draa and Bani, aimingto reconstruct irrigation networks over 224 kilometers and plant 900 thousand trees and building up two dams, it said
In February, the company opened its 37th store in Saudi Arabia at Aliat Mall.
Elsewhere, in February, the company opened its 37th store in Saudi Arabia at Aliat Mall.
During the journey, Maneckji went to Atabat Aliat through Azarbaijan, Kurdistan and Kermanshah and due to his temper- which had relationship with every onein Arab Iraq communicated with Babis and Baha'is, and wrote letter to Mirza Husayn Ali Nuri--known as Baha'u'llah--until the end of his life.
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A facut parte din colectivul de redactare a primei Legi a Sanatatii Mintale din Romania, a fost coautor al Tratatului de Sanatate Mintala, a fost membru fondator al Ligii Romane de Sanatate Mintala si al ONG ALIAT, a fost animator si secretar al Asociatiei Romane de Psihiatre si coeditor al "Revistei Nationale de Psihiatrie" ("Revista Romana de Psihiatrie"), seria III, incepand cu 1999 si pana in 2009, precum si principal autor al Programului National de Sanatate Mintala al Ministerului Sanatatii, document oficial solicitat de Uniunea Europeana in faza de preaderare a Romaniei la UE.
[37] MAIOR, George Cristian, "Noul Aliat. Regandirea politicii de aparare a Romaniei la inceputul secolului XXI", Editura RAO International Publishing Company, Bucuresti, 2009, p.
For the impact on the legal culture, see generally MENACHEM MAUTNER, YERIDAT HAFORMALISM VE ALIAT HAARACHEEM BAMISHPAT HAISRAELI [THE DECLINE OF FORMALISM AND THE RISE OF VALUES IN ISRAELI LAW] (1993).
"To them, Iraq is either 'Bayn Al Nahrayn' (Mesopotamia) or 'Atabat Aliat', (The Holy Shrines)", named after the Shi'ite holy cities of Karbala and Najaf, which are more sacred than any sites in Iran.
Gorelick notes, "last month a Palestinian-French citizen, Mohammed Aliat, 63, died at Al-Hamra from a heart attack, after collapsing from dehydration as a result of the IDF repeatedly refusing to let him pass."
These mall cops can now been seen at Al-Rashid, Aliat Al-Madina and Al-Nour shopping centers.
The soldiers confiscated agricultural items.Yasser Abu Zahra describes his home being broken into and then being forced to his shop where soldiers took half a ton of fertilizer without explanation.Sameeh Aliat's shop was also hit with severe vandalism and tampering.