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bejel

[′be·jəl]
(medicine)
An infectious nonvenereal treponemal disease occurring principally in children in the Middle East.
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This evening, Dr Mahathir and Dr Siti Hasmah will be attending an official dinner hosted by Hun Sen.
To better serve the subscribers under the new regime, SITI has created multiple offerings for the consumers which cater to multiple demographics and geographies.
The judge approved the request, saying "Siti Aisyah is freed".
Siti Hasmah said, "My daughter-in-law saw the reports online and she teased me that she was 'ashamed' of me flirting with Putin." She then spoke about the time Putin visited them many years ago in their home "which was the smallest, not like other palaces".
After her appearances in 2012 and 2016, this is the third time Siti has performed in Taiwan, according to the report.
"This is (the slaughtering of animals) an important symbol to our family to create a sense of togetherness through gotong-royong and helping each other," told Siti Asiah.
Lead police investigator Wan Azirul Nizam Che Wan Aziz could not confirm Gooi's account but said text message records taken from Siti Aisyah's mobile phone on Feb.
The following morning the taxi driver, Kamaruddin Masiod, also known as John, introduced Siti Aisyah to Ri Ji U, a North Korean posing as a Japanese man named James, at a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur's city centre, Gooi added.
Siti first beat defending champion Jenny Wegner of Sweden, 227-197, to set the stage for her finals duel with Tabora, who topped Rocio Restrepo of Colombia in the second match game.
Still, we took over a hundred steps to try to free (Siti) from execution," said Arrmanatha Nasir, a spokesman for Indonesia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
NEW YORK CITY: The SITI Company is known as much for its influential training--which pairs the rigorous physical discipline of Tadashi Suzuki with the spatial/temporal concepts of Viewpoints work--as it is for its hard-to-classify original performance.