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hakim

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hakeem

(hä′kēm)
n. pl. ha·kims also ha·keems
A doctor, especially one who practices traditional medicine, in a predominantly Muslim culture.
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A number of hakeems and quacks claim that they have treatments for all diseases and they have been practicing for decades.
Dr Khan said that India has institutionalised hakeems, and the same initiative needs to be replicated in Pakistan.
He urged the family hakeems and experienced practitioners to pass on their knowledge and skills to the next generation.
He urged hakeems to serve humanity with total sincerity.
He said that hakeems could take steps to make this field wider and important as 1.
He urged the Hakeems to serve humanity with color blind commitment.
He was of the view that Hakeems could take steps to make this field wider and important as 1.
Hakeem Zahid Ashraf, Hakeem Habibullah Cheema, Hakeem Anwar Khan Lodhi, Prof Hakeem Hafiz Muhammad Younis, Hakeem Muhammad Ahmad Saleemi and others also spoke.
The Council also directed the plaintiffs to furnish affidavit that they would not air any advertisement of quacks, Hakeems, Peers and Aaamils etc.
In a speech before the SIIC's Cultural Forum on Wednesday evening, June 22, Hakeem warned political forces from reaching the point of no return; he rejected taking the public down to the streets or from saying things that cannot be explained.