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salaam

1. a Muslim form of salutation consisting of a deep bow with the right palm on the forehead
2. a salutation signifying peace, used chiefly by Muslims
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Zeresenay Alemseged, who uncovered Selam,  said the toddler's discovery in 2000 marks some of the earliest evidence of how humans developed into a species that walks upright on two legs.
80) Hamdi Selam described having to correct the work of his comrade Aziz and other problems related to their joint translation project, for which they were paid 4 rubles for every 16 pages.
After adjusting for pre-specified selected risk factors patients were less likely to have treatment success if they were treated in Selam health center (adjusted IRR = 0.
CAP THAT: Shamsie Selam, left, with his mum Debbie and friend Leif Haigh and, far left, other pupils at last year's Wear a Hat Day at Wilberlee Pictures by Paul Welch (PW300312Fhats-01)
But six years on Selam, mum to three-year-old Abigail, is running Selam Cafe on Smithdown Road, selling traditional Eritrean cuisine, and says the support from the new friends she has made in the city has been invaluable.
As in living apes, Selam and Lucy had upward-pointing shoulder sockets, Green and Alemseged say.
21) Selam Gebrekidan, "Bakken Rail Terminal Ships First Crude
In the closing paragraphs of the book, the narrator expresses grief that his younger, oblivious self took no action to save the pair: Selam must have lived, or died, wretchedly.
Selam tries to disguise the immense pain she is suffering and insists on our sitting together for hours at a sidewalk care, wiling away the afternoon sharing our hopes, fears, and her desire to find one last love.
Sem confianca no calculo dedutivo, a morte e o crime selam de novo o lugar talvez vazio do enigma e o corpo da vitima, o cadaver, converte-se no espaco de transito entre o que aconteceu, os fatos que causaram a morte, e o que acontecera em consequencia desta.
DAR ES SELAM, Mar 12, 2011 (TUR) -- Tanzanian President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete on Friday received Turkish State Minister Zafer Caglayan.
Grief stricken after the death of Selam, Hailu's wife and the boys' mother, these three men struggle to make difficult choices within a political climate that grows increasingly complex and dangerous.