kalema

kalema

[kə′lā·mə]
(oceanography)
A very heavy surf breaking on the Guinea coast of Africa during the winter.
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El Kalema Theater hosts a seminar entitled "Egyptian Contemporary Poets between Heritage and Modernity".
Komparativna analiza polozaja kalema u butnoj kosti posle rekonstrukcije prednjeg ukrstenog ligamenta kolena tehnikom kroz prednje-unutrasnji portal i tehnikom kroz golenjacu.
Aga Khan Academy High School had Ibrahim Kalema Baraza, Emmanuel Junior Kaburu and Juzer Kassamali tying with A- (minus) of 80 aggregate points while at Memon Academy, Mohamed Mahmoud got A- of 80 points.Mahmoud is among 11 candidates, including seven girls and four boys, out of 104 candidates with A- mean grades.
Rakhine kings issued coins that contained the imprint of the Buddha and the Kalema, the fundamental article of faith in Islam, until early seventeenth century.
The Ministry said some social media have been circulated reports attributed to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and to the Ministry in which they claimed the ministry demanded the resignation of the governor of south Darfur state at the background of the developments in Kalema camp and the second was claiming that Sudan has frozen its diplomatic relations with Egypt over what they said Egypt voting within the UN against revoking economic sanctions imposed on the Sudan.
The displaced in the Kalema camp were ready to move to a nearby area to receive Sudan's President Omar Al-Bashir, but elements loyal to SLM "conducted some hostile acts" to prevent them, he said.
Geelani said that Islam and Kalema form the ideological basis of Pakistan and added that despite a few flaws, it is a fact that this country is a divine gift from Almighty Allah, and those relying on negative propaganda against Pakistan are hurting sentiments of both Muslim community and Islam.
Mohammed Kalema, 32, a Ugandan taxi driver, said it was the first time he had broken his fast at the Grand Mosque since moving to the capital last year.