Joha


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Joha

(jō`hə), in the Bible. 1 Son of BeriahBeriah
, in the Bible. 1 Son of Asher, eponym of the Beriites. 2 Son of Ephraim.
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 (3.) 2 One of David's guard.
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It can make your wishes come true.a Joha thinks itas his lucky day, but he soon discovers that all of his wishes result in the opposite of what he wants!
Palestinians often refer to the folkloric tale character Joha as a way to explain why they are so adamant in rejecting settlements.
AaAaAa The best dE[umlaut]cor prize went to the comedy series Joha ya Joha, which also won the prize of the best supporting actress, attributed to Donia Boutazout.
Anwar has won four of his five professional fights and Taher's trainer Chunlee Joha reports his boxer is well prepared for the fight.
The participants were judged by the eminent jury consisting of Shahid Amir, Simran Kaur Mudi, Subi Sammual, Tarun Rai, Joha Irani and Bollywood actor Kangana Ranuat.
Joha Christensen, a friend who worked with Ahtisaari during the Aceh peace talks, told Al Jazeera: "This is fantastic news.
US communications holding company AT&T Inc (NYSE: T) announced on Friday (14 December) that Joliet Oncology-Hematology Associates Ltd (JOHA), a multi-physician practice in Joliet, Illinois, US, has awarded the company a three-year contract to provide Managed Internet Service (MIS), in addition to other network solutions.
Among the many edifying stories one finds various narratives about Mulla Nasruddin, also known as Hodja, Joha, etc.; Sufi stories of Rabiah of Basra, Bayazid Bustami, Abdu'l Qadir al Jilani, and historical personages from the time of Muhammad, as well as later figures from various parts of the Muslim world.
Recently, shared services have widely spread in government and private sectors as an alternative to outsourcing (Janssen and Joha, 2006; Leavell, 2006; Rolia et al., 2006; Williams, 2006).
(6) Ghassan Joha, "QIZs Create Economic Base, Better 'Work Ethic' Needed," The Daily Star, March 9, 2003.
In a world saturated with sophisticated entertainment, it would seem we are well beyond Joha, and wouldn't need Matilda Koen-Sarano's 2003 collection of tales about this celebrated Middle Eastern-Sephardic wise fool.