tabia


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tabia

A rammed earth mixed with lime and pebbles.
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These funds will be used for acquiring all the shares of the minority shareholders in Al Aqeeq Read Estate Development Company (totalling 8.10 per cent) besides a strategic 12.65 per cent stake in Arab Resort Areas Company (ARAC), stated Tabia Holding Company in its filing to the Saudi bourse Tadawul.
Karim Tabia is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Sciences at Artois University, Lens, France.
To bring out a representative study of the area, we have selected ten strata (ten Douar): Er-Rich, Tabia, Zawiat sidi boukil, Oulal, Tamagourt, Aitkhoujmane, Aitaatou, Zaouiat sidi Hamza, Nezala and Gourama.
Caption: TABIA SANTOS (above) was a research assistant in a neuroscience lab at the Columbia University Medical Center.
Marciano Tabia, 44, said they cannot end a day without taking lambanog, particularly during rainy days.
Wala tusikubali kuwa na tabia kama ile ya watu wengine, ya kusema kuwa "Mngu atatuondoshea." Ni kweli kuwa si kazi kubwa kwa Mngu kufanya hilo; lakini yeye mwenyewe Mngu amewaambia binaadamu kuwa hatawabadilishia hali yao mpaka mwanzo binaadamu wenyewe wajibidiishe kuibadilisha.
Fifty-three (n = 53), thirty-seven (n = 37) and thirty (n = 30) household heads from each Tabia (Hizba Teklehaimanot, Mekhan and Tahtai-Haya) were sampled, respectively.
Twelve days before his death in 1733, Emmanuel de Soliz manumitted his slave Coffy and his wife out of recognition for Coffy's "manifold and good service." To underscore his gratitude, Soliz ordered the couple's enslaved daughter, Tabia, to serve her father Coffy until his death, at which time she would devolve to the testator's inheritor.
Tornielli's recommendations, considered the true foreign minister during the government of Depretis, represented the basis of the actions of Italy in various problems such as the dedicated monasteries, the issue of Arab Tabia (1879-1880), the proclamation of Kingdom of Romania, March 14, 1881 and the Danube issue (1880-1881) (Bulei, 2003: 418).
Another raid on the village of Tabia Jazeera in Deir Azzor province, left many killed or wounded, the Observatory said.