Subbi

Subbi:

see MandaeansMandaeans
or Mandeans
, a small religious sect who maintain an ancient belief resembling that of Gnosticism and that of the Parsis. They are also known as Christians of St. John, Nasoraeans, Sabians, and Subbi.
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The government also earmarked Rs1000 million for Gwadar Development Authority, Rs862 for Greater Karachi Sewerage Plant (S-III) (Karachi) 50:50 cost sharing basis and Rs793.053 million for construction of Sibbi Rakhni Road via Malwand (Tall-Kohlu) Section KM 24-164 (Kohlu Package) District Subbi.
Vanhoye, A., Structure and Message of the Epistle to the Hebrews, SubBi 12, Roma: Pontificio Istituto Biblico, 1989.
A proper subset P = {[P.sub.1] [union] [P.sub.2], [*.sub.1], [*.sub.2]} is a neutrosophic subbi group of [B.sub.N](G) if the following conditions are satisfied P = {[P.sub.1] [union] [P.sub.2], [*.sub.1], [*.sub.2]} is a neutroso phic bigroup under the operations [*.sub.1], [*.sub.2] i.e.
The notion of the poet as chronicler is further supported by musings of a prominent Syrian critic, Subbi Hadidi, who writes that: "All cultures, like Arabic culture, attributed a special role to their poets at a particular moment of their history.
This baptism is one of the religious pillars of the Subbi religion.
It is one of the disputed areas where a collection of ethnic groups are living together, including Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen, Christians and Subbis. The province is under continued terrorist actions that directed against the security forces and the civilians, alike.
It is one of the disputed areas where a collection of ethnic groups are living together , including Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen, Christians and Subbis. 4483
It is one of the disputed areas between Baghdad and Arbil which comprises of Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen, Christians and Subbis. 3635
It is populated by Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen, Christians and Subbis, which is one of the main disputed areas between Baghdad and Arbil, that witnesses continued violent actions against the military and civilians, alike.
Kirkuk lies 280 km north of the capital Baghdad with diversified populations from Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen, Christians and Subbis. It is one of the disputed areas between Baghdad and Arbil that suffers continued violent actions against the security forces and the civilians, alike.
Kirkuk, 280 km north of the capital, Baghdad, is inhabited by a collection of ethnic groups of Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen, Christians and Subbis and one of the most disputed areas between Baghdad and Arbil.