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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, 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".
Hadzi, who had sculpted before primarily in bronze, came to Oregon early to explore native materials.
The following story-ending excerpt is a good example of Hadzi Tancic's style: "For days, months, years (most likely I will thus meet my death), looking at Diana's sculpture and trying to imagine her real face, I always thought of a singular face that encompasses the past and future and that will in some way include the faces of all the people yet to come.
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.
Address : Jordan Hadzi Konstantinov -Dzinot 23, 1000, Skopje
Although there are many legends surrounding the springs, the oldest testimony that thermal water was used for balneotherapy are the two basins in Banjiste built in 1797 by Hadzi Mudzedin, the son of Numan Efendi, members of the old Oruci Zade family from Debar whose genealogy can be traced back to 1010.
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.
With the use of maceration techniques on the freshwater polyp Hydra, several nerve cell types have been dissociated and distinguished as either having an apical cilium and, therefore, being typical sensory cells, or having one to several processes that make them appear unipolar, bipolar, or multipolar in shape (Schneider, 1890; Hadzi, 1909; David, 1973; Tardent and Weber, 1976; Epp and Tardent, 1978; Westfall and Epp, 1985; Yu et al.
Hadzi -Djokic JB, Pejcic TP, Colovic VC, Vesicouterine fistula: Report of 14 cases.