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hajji

, hadji, haji
1. a Muslim who has made a pilgrimage to Mecca: also used as a title
2. a Christian of the Greek Orthodox or Armenian Churches who has visited Jerusalem
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Hadzi (2000).Production d'asticots comme source de proteines pour jeunes volailles au Togo-Observations preliminaires.
Hadzi, from CIBER, says the new building is the least of his worries.
Jordan Hadzi Konstantinov Dzinot, member of the Macedonian national revival movement, wrote the following about the need and the importance of the newspaper at this inopportune moment: "Even if we find ourselves in great meagerness, let us not be left without a newspaper".
EU foreign ministers hailed the arrest of Karadzic, but said that it was only one step closer to meeting their demands that Belgrade show full cooperation with the ICTY, including handing over Ratko Mladic and Goran Hadzi, who remain at large.
For sculptor Dimitri Hadzi, who would go on from Eugene to teach sculpture the following year at Harvard University, the symposium was a life-changing event.
German artist Fritz Koening's untitled bronze spherical sculpture complements the curves of the stfiirs that encircle it, and Massachusetts artist Dimitri Hadzi's sculpture "Creazione (K458 The Hunt Variation)" uses a sense of movement to balance the static nature of a buildings, ramps and rows of trees that surround it.
Since that time, larval characters have been widely used for interpreting life-history evolution (reviewed by Havenhand, 1995; Wray, 1995), and for resolving phylogenetic issues at higher taxonomic levels (e.g., Hadzi, 1963; Strathmann, 1988; Nielsen, 1995).
Without going into extensive detail, Hadzi Tancic conjures the atmosphere of Constantine's city in the fourth century, the emperor's devoted love for Nis, and his often brutal struggles to defend it when danger threatened.
Syncytial theories, following Hadzi (1953, 1963), derive some animals from multinucleated ciliates through a process of cellularization, similar to that observed in insect embryos.
** The Ministry of Culture said that the Mito Hadzi Vasilev-Jasmin Award won't be presented this year because the Macedonian Parliament and its Committee on Election and Appointment didn't carry out the necessary procedure due to the local elections.
HA(SOFT)RD, unveiled in the garden at the Middlesbrough gallery yesterday, was created by Elpida Hadzi Vasileva with the help of Teessiders.
Radical Islam does not exist in Bulgaria, Chief Mufti, Mustafa Alish Hadzi, told the Bulgarian National Radio, BNR, Monday.