jawab

jawab

A false building or structure which is constructed for aesthetic reasons, to achieve a desired balance or proportions.
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The opposition legislators stood up and started chanting slogans of 'choar choar', 'zalmo jawab do, corruption ka hisab do'.
Ye seedha yudh hai, ye hamla hai aur uska jawab ussi tareeke se dena chahiye aur agar aap uska jawab nahi denge toh iss desh ko namard kaha jayega poore vishwa mein (forget ceasefire, this is direct war.
The opposition shouted and chanted slogans 'Ro Imran Ro' and 'Zalimo Jawab Do Funds Ka Hisab Do'.
The evening opened with a folk song Akhian Lagian Jawab Nahi Dendian, sung by Afnan Nauman, Nazar Mushtaq sang Ahmed Faraz's ghazal, Shola Sa Jal Bhuja Hoon, Asharat Ali sang Mohsin Naqvi's ghazal, Ye Hum Nay Dekha Tha Khawab Piyary.
Dubai Customs is taking part this year with a number of programs and products including Jawab.
Chunkzz (Malayalam) 11:00pm, 4:15pm, 9:45pm Finally Found Someone (Tagalog) 12:30pm, 3:00pm, 8:30pm Jab Harry Met Sejal (Hindi) 4:30pm, 10:30pm Jawab Leteqal (Arabic) 11:00pm, 1:30pm NEW
MNA Ch Armughan Subhani, MPA Ch Arshad Javaid Warraich, Chairman Sialkot International Airport Limited (SIAL) Malik Mohammad Ashraf, Chief Commissioner Inland Revenue Imran Raza Kazmi, President Sialkot District Bar Association (DBA) Ch Shaukat Ali, President Sialkot Tax Bar Association Shahid Mehmood, VP Jawab Sarwar Butt and members of Sialkot Tax Bar Association were also present.
Aaram se jawab do' ( the aircraft will not fly without you).
94) 'Purnawirwan tni Cukup Jawab Tertulis ke Komnas HAM', Kompas, 17-3-2008, http:// megapolitan.
Prominent leaders of Awami National Party including Mohammad Ishaq, Shareef Gul, Mohammad Zareef, Jawab Khan, Mohammad Akbar, Gul Akbar, Zamin Gul, Shah Nazar, Mohammad Jamil, Bacha Rehman, Zareen Gul, Hussain Gul and Mohammad Aleem along with their families and friends announced to join PPP.
There is also no inkling of distress in a su'al u jawab ("question and answer" between lover and beloved) qasida by 'Unsuri, in the penultimate verse of which the poet declares very aptly to his beloved: "I won't cease praising him [the patron]