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kismet

Islam the will of Allah

kismet

alludes to the part of life assigned one by his destiny. [Moslem Trad.: EB (1963), 13: 418; Pop. Culture: Misc.]
See: Fate
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Although Kismet boasts an extremely loyal customer-base, the all-female run shop attracts all sorts of customers, because, as Susan confirms, "people like something different".
Some may say it is a children's story - Teatro Kismet and this production might just dispute that fact.
The Kismet House site comprises a range of buildings, including showrooms and workshop accommodation on about 2.
CUSTOMER: Khaliqur Choudhury, also right, with Ravi Shankar when he visited his restaurant Kismet on Bold Street in 1987
Erickson Beamon Bossa Nova Swarovski Crystal Drop Earrings, pounds 480 COVER IMAGE: Lara Bohinc Saturn earrings - rose gold pounds 285 at Benna Harry Kismet diamond moon Ring, pounds 1,175 from Benna Harry Headdress pounds 40 Cross ring bracelet pounds 30
Later this year he will be appearing with the English National Opera in Kismet in the West End which provided us with And This is My Beloved and Stranger in Paradise.
After learning his trade in the restaurants of Bangladesh, Shohid came to the North East and joined business partner Azad Miah in setting up the Kismet Restaurant, in Whitley Bay.
He has also performed on Broadway in shows like Oklahoma, Porgy and Bess, Kismet and Carousel.
Now he is suing the council for a third time claiming to be the victim of commercial and racial harassment and claiming the council fraudulently induced him to spend money on the Kismet Restaurant which he ran.
Yasmine is one of eight contemporary artists from South Asia - Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka - whose work is on show at Leeds in an exhibition Between Kismet and Karma which covers a wide field of subject matter.