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wadi

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a watercourse in N Africa and Arabia, dry except in the rainy season

wady

[′wäd·ē]
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Speaking to the ECHO, Detective Constable Wady revealed how he became a hero after an unusual bank transfer, sent by a man in his 50s, came across his desk.
Speaking to theECHO, Detective Constable Wady revealed how he become a hero after an unusual bank transfer, sent by a man in his 50s, came across his desk.
The foliar fertilizer namely FetrilonCombi Wady proved to be the best tested compound under these series of field trials.
Wady was shot in the chest and is said to be in a critical condition.
These wines, say Wady, "Are distinguished by a level of earth [mushroom, smoke, forest floor, wet soil] that typically doesn't emerge as much in the other styles." But while he calls Burgundy the hallmark for pinot noir, he notes that as prices steadily increase for the best producers, it pushes the region even further into the category of special occasion wines.
A decision from the Ministry of Interior meant the team had to officially cancel these friendlies against Wady Degla and el-Dakhlia clubs.
Jason is to report to Andy Wady, Citroen UK's Fleet Director.
Written and illustrated by Lita Judge, "Pennies for Elephants" is a charming hardcover children's book that tells the tale of Molly, Tony and Wady, three trained elephants in Boston that are rescued from being sold to the circus by a children's penny-raising campaign coordinated by Dorothy and Henry.
Characteristically, she guides her readers to consider the possibility that there must be another temple buried somewhere between Abou Simbel and Wady Halfeh.
The showrooms are located in Wadi Al Remam, Al Zarqa, Baiader Wady Al-Sair, and Irbid.
J Hope had a fish of 8lb on a Lurex Buzzer while G Wady of Alnwick, fishing a dry fly, had a fish of 8lb 8oz.