Juttah


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Juttah

(jŭt`ə), in the Bible, city, S ancient Palestine, the present-day Yattah, the West Bank, S of Hebron.
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Salwa Saeed, salesman at "Masr El Arabya" for publishing and distribution personified this phenomenon by telling Egypt Today about "Juttah Haym", the first book by Maltese writer Emmanuel Mifsud to be translated to the Arabic language.
Juttah Kleinschmidt clocked the third-fastest time in his Volkswagen to move up to third overall.
Juttah Kleinschmidt clocked the third-fastest time in his Volkswagen to move up to third overall, with Luc Alphand finishing fourth after earlier losing four minutes when he got stuck in camel grass to end the day fourth overall.