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sabkha

[′sab·kə]
(geology)
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The traditional abra service will operate at Dubai Creek Stations -- along routes such as Fahidi to Sabkha, Dubai Old Souq to Baniyas, and Baniyas to Al Seef -- from 10am to 1am, while the abra service on Sheikh Zayed Road will run from 4pm to 10pm.
Taher Ali Maqbool who works as a cleaner in Al Sabkha parking, Dubai found a bag full of 15 kilograms of gold.
The project dubbed Engaging Stakeholders for Sejoumi sabkha is designed to involve various actors in the participatory management of the sabkha.
"The first line between Al Sabkha (Deira) and Al Fahidi (Bur Dubai) has several service and tourist attractions such as Al Fahidi Museum, Textiles and Spices Souqs and Baniyas Square, while the second line links Al Sabkha and Al Ghubaiba stations to enhance the integration of Al Ghubaiba station," he noted.
Relevant reports said on Tuesday that the army troops took control of the villages and towns of al-Koum, Vaha al-Koum, Jourah al-Jamal, Najiran, Ein Sabkha and Um Qabibeh after hours of non-stop battle with terrorists.
The event will take place in Al Sabkha area next to the International Endurance Village.
The bridges aim toprovide free movement for motorists inbound from Abu Dhabi on the Sheikh Zayed Road heading towards Bluewaters Island, and those inbound from Al Khail Road through Qarn Al Sabkha Street heading towards the Island.
Then there are Sabkha, which are different from each other, depending on the recitation.
KUWAIT -- Boubyan Island is the largest Kuwaiti island where migrating birds can be seen, among them the crab-plover (locally known as Al-Hankoor), a long-legged bird that nests on the barren island which is mostly a salt flat (or Sabkha in Arabic ).
Selon une source securitaire, des tirs de coups de feu ont eu lieu a Sabkha pres du poste frontiere de Ras Jedir qui a ete ferme des deux cotes (tunisien et libyen).
The competition, which continues until February 13 in Al Sabkha area opposite the Bahrain International Endurance Village, seeks to highlight Bahrain and GCC traditions and encourage youth to take part in traditional games and ancestral sports.
The absence of nodules and banding, combined with its sharp upper and lower bed boundaries tend to argue against a coastal sabkha origin for this gypsum bed and it was most likely deposited as a salina across which the palaeo-seif later migrated.