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in the Bible, pass or wadi, through which an allied army moved from the Dead Sea toward Jerusalem to attack Jehoshaphat.
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Es especialmente la figura del padre interdictor la que se encuentra en proceso de retiro, con sus limites difusos (ZIZ EK, 2001).
Loney-Hutchinson, L.M., Provilus, A.D., Jean-Louis, G., Ziz,i F., Ogedegbe, O., & McFarmaine, S.I.
A similar class III chitinase, Ziz m 1, had been identified in Indian jujube (Ziziphus mauritiana) as one of the major allergens having IgE cross-reactivity with the latex allergen [141].
Thus, one distinguishes different plains and zones favorable to agriculture (the plain of Saiss, the plain of Tigrigra, the oasis of the Ziz river and the plain of Tafilalet, the solid mass of Zerhoun, the plateaux of El Hajeb, the central plate, the middle atlas chain and the pre-saharian zone of Tafilalet) (ANON., 2000).
La majorite de ce patrimoine est concentree principalement au niveau des vallees du Draa, du Ziz, de la plaine du Tafilalet et de la zone du Bani (Tata), qui abritent a elles seules pres de 90 pc de l'effectif total.
"Our robust bottom line growth of 40 per cent was powered by a strong top line growth, perhaps the best indication of the rest of the year's performance," said chief executive AbdulA ziz Al Ghurair in a press statement.
Hmong parents believe that if their children, and in particular their daughters, are ziz nav txir hais [Hm.: obedient to parents] and are seen as tsiv txax [Hm.: well-mannered] or xuz venhx [Hm.: gentle] in the society, they will bring honour, pride and respect to their own ziv nenhs [Hm.: family] and xenhv [Hm.: clan].