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Aisha

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?613--678 ad, the favourite wife of Mohammed; daughter of Abu Bekr
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In -52kg weight Ishrat of Kohat beat Aysha of Hangu by taking gold medal, in the -57kg weight Sehrish of Koaht won gold medal, Sairial of Hango won silver medal.
Vans to distribute the food are donated by Yousif and Aysha Almoayyed Charity and Zayani Investments which provide six full-time trained staff and volunteers.
Students wishing to apply for the scholarship can submit their documents to Yousif & Aysha Almoayyed Charity located at Y.
Peshawar batting line up led by star batter Aysha who hammered a cracking 73 runs off 48 balls with seven boundaries and two sixes, could not save his team from defeat at the hands of Karachi team and remained three runs short from the winning runs.
Shen Marriott-Gray, Aysha Abdullah, Micky Sungha and Andre Lammy from Coventry University College
Providing our youth with social innovation tools, will help improve their skills to develop innovative ideas which could make a difference in their communities," commented Aysha Al Kaabi.
We are busier than ever at the moment, and so being able to bring in two exceptional young lawyers like Aysha and Catrin is a huge boost for the firm.
The order was awarded at the second regional forum of international ambassadors of social responsibility, where Sheikha Aysha al- Siyabiyah is participating.
The club is being represented by Emirati students Abrar Al Mazimi, Mariam Mohammad, Aisha Mohammad, Fatima Saif, Hanan Khalif and Aysha Sarhan, accompanied by coach Saeed Attya and official Dr Manal Saleh.
Aysha Mohammed, captain of Qatar, picked 3 wickets while Rispara, Ameesha and Divi Mishra scalped two wickets each to their credit for Qatar.
Aysha Mubarak Bu Ong received the donated devices, in the presence of officials from the ministry, the Salmaniya Medical Complex and FEB.
The property devel-oper explained how they had pleaded with doctors to let Aysha have proton treatment and had escaped to Spain to sell a property to fund it.