Quanzhou

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Quanzhou

(chwän`jō`), formerly

Tsinkiang

(chĭn`jyäng`, tsĭn`kyäng`), town (1994 est. pop. 207,800), SE Fujian prov., China, on an inlet of Taiwan Strait. Local handicrafts, machine tools, fertilizer, sugar, and flour are produced. Quanzhou has been identified with Zaiton (Zaitun or Zayton), which was the departure point for Marco Polo's return journey. The Overseas Chinese Univ. is in the town. The name sometimes appears as Ch'üan-chou.
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Partners Rahul Kapoor, Pulina Whitaker, Michael Schlemmer, Zaitun Poonja, and Greg Hartker aided in the transaction, along with of counsel Sarah-Jane Morin, senior attorney Mark McCarthy, and associates Benjamin Stein, Davis Truslow, Julien Capers, Cindy Dole, Jee Kim, Caitlin Koseck, and Leslie DuPuy.
Ms Zaitun further said that they had also submitted an application in Peshawar High Court (PHC) to provide justice and release her husband.
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Emergency services spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said so far during the truce rescue workers had recovered 25 bodies from Shejaiya and Zaitun in eastern Gaza City, 13 more in Deir al-Balah and Nusseirat in central Gaza, and 25 in north Gaza, and 13 in the southern Rafah and Khan Yunis districts.
She cleaned the kitchen floor and counters with disinfectant while Ashiq talked to his mother, Zaitun, on the phone.
The laws, I realized, did nothing to deter straying husbands from committing polygamy illegally; they merely found a convenient loophole by "avoid[ing] the laws in their own state" (Zaitun Mohamed Kasim, 2002, p.
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A further 11 soldiers, including one officer, were wounded when a roadside bomb exploded within an Iraqi army base in the town of Zaitun, which is within the disputed province of Kirkuk, according to police Captain Barzan al-Obeidi.
(67.) Zaitun Mohamed Kasim, Islam and Polygamy (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Sisters in Islam 2002), i.
Around 100 members of the Samouni family were in their home in Zaitun when it came under Israeli bombing, killing 26 of them.