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Sa·lah

(sah'lah),
M., 20th-century Egyptian surgeon. See: Salah sternal puncture needle.
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We are not interested in fighting anyone,' Salat said.
Keywords: Task-Oriented training, Activity-Repetition Training, Salat, Functional ambulation.
During the usual workday, Salat occurs about four times.
She then shifts to the elaboration of specific rules governing salat in classical and medieval jurisprudence (fiqh).
Bashir Ahmed Salat, the chairman of the Somali Religious Council, said the women's tournament acted against Muslim values and could lead to "destruction" and "suffering," BBC News reported Thursday.
The frustration builds but that's what we have salat for.
Isabell Salat, aged five, has an illness which means her face can turn BLUE when she cries.
This volume's special section looks at prayer, exploring such topics as a tangible connection to the divine: an exploration of the power and utility of prayer objects, folding your hands helps God hear you: prayer and anthropomorphism in parents and children, how young adult Middle Eastern Muslims interpret various prayer positions in salat, and a descriptive and exploratory study of whether petitionary prayer is immature but common among Christians.
La Qacida de Sidi Lakhdar Benkhlouf, [beaucoup moins que] ya Sid Ahmed ya Mohamed salat Allah alik ya sidi [beaucoup plus grand que], a ete vivement appreciee par l'assistance.
Jumballs, a type of long-lasting cookie present in Martha Washington's cookbook), Watercress and Violet Salat (Salad), Baked Carp with Spices and Figs, and many more.
Etisalat Afghanistan enjoys a long standing rela- tionship in the development of cricket in the country," said Salah Zerguerras, CEO of Eti- salat Afghanistan.
It takes into account a whole variety of topics that should be of interest to every Muslim as it dwells in a very succinct and pithy manner on concepts such as Taqwa, Salat, Sadaqah, Fasting, Hajj and the Preeminence of Women in Islam.