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Murid

 

in Muslim countries, a person wishing to dedicate himself to Islam and to master the fundamentals of the mystical teachings of Sufism. The murid selects his teacher, the murshid (or sheikh), whom he must obey.

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Murids relative position: 0 = not aligned, anterior murid displaced labially; 1 = aligned, anterior murid in front of median murid.
"There has been a sea change in methods of diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer," explained consultant breast cancer surgeon Mr Murid Chaudary.
"Barakhel, Nikola, Garang, Murid, Loghai, Haji Abdul Rahman Ghar Shin village, Taba, Ali Jargha, Sewi, Poti, Ishaqzoy Loye Kali, Loye Chanigar, Kochnai Chanigar, Lora Wolgai, Khakata Wolgai, Haji Abdul Razzaq Shela and several other villages, where hundreds of families live without schools for their children," the tribal elder said.
Once the two men embrace so close to the ground they choose never to rise again but in a new design of worship and devotion- they rise not to stand but to whirl in the transcendental dance (sema) launching the primordial dynamics of pir' and murid'.
There have been no extensive studies of these murid synanthropic pests in Pakistan since its independence except for a few sporadic ones such as those conducted by Hayat and Akhtar (1999), Khatoon et al.
Chapter 4, Towards an Orthodox Urban Sufism, is based on the observations of Urban Piri-Muridi (the relationship between a saint (pir) and a disciple (murid).
Future parasitological studies on murid rodents inhabiting the poultry farms as well as on domestic cats and dogs will be necessary to a better understanding of the sanitary condition for this zoonosis.
The intermediate hosts are prey animals of the definitive hosts, such as arvicoline (voles and muskrats) or murid rodents.
Attorney Amir Murid said he asked the Jerusalem court to stop the demolition on ground the workers were causing heavy damage to private property in the area in order to reach the targeted homes.
The African giant rats (AGR) are in the murid group of the order Rodentia, characterized by remarkable features such as their vision in the dark, keen sense of olfaction, sheer size, and social acceptability which has increased the drive for basic research data in the past decade.
Rise of extremism During the Eid holidays authorities in Herat were forced to cancel a concert in a stadium by famed musician Shafiq Murid because of "extremist threats".