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halide

 [hal´īd]
a compound of a halogen with an element or radical.

hal·ide

(hal'īd),
A salt of a halogen.

hal·ide

(hal'īd)
A salt of a halogen.

halide

a compound of a halogen with an element or radical.
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Enwezor FNC, Umoh JU, Esievo KAN, Halid I, Zaria LT, Anere JI.
Halid, a neighbor of Abu Ahmed, fled to the border six days ago, fearing an attack.
The first vote was cast by Turkish businessman Halid Aydin who was coming from Lebanon at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport.
The people of Kastamonu had chosen Halid Bey (Akmansu), a local hero from this war as their MP.
Following speeches by Shaikh Sultan Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (Adach) and Dr Halid Eren, Director General of the Turkey-based Research Centre for Islamic History, Art and Culture, several video presentations were shown about the history of calligraphy and some of its most notable artists.
For example, the AK Party government invited the leaders of Hamas, including Halid Meshal, as well as Shia political leaders of Iraq, including Muqtada al-Sadr, to Ankara in order to express Turkey's concerns and demands, as well as to listen to their conditions and priorities.
Composition of the sting halid Ahmad Taher, 30, said that he suffered arthritis and was unable to work, adding that he visited several hospitals for treatment but didn't recover.
The agreement was signed at the eadquarters of the Air Defense orces in Riyadh between Prince Badr Bin Mohammed Bin Turki Al-Saud,Director General of Administrative and inancial Affairs on behalf of the ommander of the Air Defense Forces Lieutenant General Abdul Aziz Bin ohammed Al-Hussein, and Al-Sharif halid Al Ghalib Senior Vice President nd Head of Individual Banking Sector t NCB.
The assistant director of the district education department, Halid Ali, confirmed he had received a complaint about the incident, and said the warden's action was not appropriate.
In his very urgent (gayet musta'celdir) message to the Ministry of War, the regional officer of Tuzi, Colonel (Miralay) Halid Bey, states that Montenegrins and Selce Maliserians attacked to the Selce Border Squadron.
Key thinkers, such as Halil Halid, developed a critique of the West arguing that European imperialism and racist thinking constituted a moral double standard, insofar as they contradicted Europe's own self-professed universal progressive ideals.
Federation president Nurdin Halid had issued a statement following the draw with Singapore stating that Withe would be replaced as a result of their elimination from the tournament.