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Hamada

(hämä`dä), city (1990 pop. 49,135), Shimane prefecture, SW Honshu, Japan, on the Japan Sea. It is a fishing and commercial port.

hamada

[hə′mä·də]
(geology)
A barren desert surface composed of consolidated material usually consisting of exposed bedrock, but sometimes of consolidated sedimentary material.
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Hamada Emam was the father of the famous retired Zamalek's football player, Hazem Emam.
The picture was of his adorable young son and daughter, and their Mama, while attending Hamada's friend's wedding party.
Hamada, named also a member of the government's headquarters for rebuilding the disaster-stricken northeastern region, was recruited in the hope of using his international connections in the implementation of reconstruction efforts.
Mount Athos and Red Cadeaux have used the Geoffrey Freer en route to Melbourne, as did Hamada last year, and the world's richest staying contest will surely become a tempting target for connections of the winner.
Hamada pointed out that the deadline given to citizens to demolish their own homes was today.
This step, Hamada explained, came after the period given by Israeli authorities to the owners to demolish their apartments on their own came to an end today, thus the demolition will be carried out at any moment.
Detective Inspector Garry Moncrieff, of the Homicide and Major Crime Command, said: "Hamed and Hamada are dangerous individuals who need to be apprehended.
Scotland Yard yesterday released pictures of the pair, Ossama Hamed, 25, and Nor Aden Hamada, 23.
Hamada continued his winning spree with a clear-cut victory in the Irish Thoroughbred Marketing Geoffrey Freer Stakes.
For the past 10 years, Wagyu masters Hisato Hamada and Takafumi Horie have been the number one exporters of Wagyu in the world, supplying many Michelin-star restaurants.