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A condition in which the reduction in fraction of inspired oxygen to reduce hypoxemia in infants causes a persistent and greater-than-expected decrease in oxygen tension (Pao2).
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"The over-subscribed financing of the Dumat Al Jandal project further illustrates the confidence of local and international lenders, and the investment community, in the economy of the Kingdom and its potential as a hub for highly cost-effective renewable energy development," he added.
On July 2019, Denmarks Vestas Wind Systems A/S has received an order to equip the 400-MW Dumat Al Jandal wind park in Saudi Arabia, the countrys first utility-scale wind farm and the largest one of its kind in the Middle East.
Osama Khawandanah, Chief Executive Officer of the Saudi Power Procurement Company, added: "We are proud to see the Dumat Al Jandal wind project progress to the construction stage, and we congratulate the winning consortium members for spearheading the future of wind energy in the region.
Watching Abu Jandal in The Oath, it is suddenly easy to remember that 9/11 was a mission launched by a Saudi prince against an American one.
Furthermore, the Minister followed up on an array of developmental affairs with the municipalities of West Aley, Soueijani, Fanar, Haret Jandal, and Doueir.
The webinar entitled "Display Advertising: Billboards of the Web" was conducted by Husam Jandal, a WSI Internet franchisee based in Dubai, UAE.
Anti-Israel and anti-Jewish subjects include "Hamas TV teaches kids to kill Jews" removed on 10/02/2009; "Jews are a virus like Aids" removed on 01/18/2010; "Farewell video before suicide attack of Hamas suicide bomber Adham Ahmad Hujyla Abu Jandal" removed on 06/10/2010; "Hamas suicide farewell video: Jews monkeys and pigs; Maidens reward for killing Jews" removed on 08/14/2010; "PA cleric: Kill Jews, Allah will make Muslims masters over Jews" removed on 12/12/2010; "Hamas suicide terrorist farewell video: Palestinians drink the blood of Jews" removed on 12/15/2010.
But, during the course of research and filming, she encountered Abu Jandal - Hamdan's brother-in-law.
Abu Jandal was confounded by Soufan: a moderate Muslim who could argue about Islam with him, who was in the F.B.I., and who loved America.
Two regional "jandal camps" have been held over the last couple of months, following on from a national camp in Nelson in March.
[1] Laura Poitras aptly characterizes her new documentary, The Oath(2010), as a psychological portrait of the main character, Abu Jandal, but also as a kind of "psychological thriller." By this designation, Poitras points to what makes the most recent installment in her trilogy on post-9/11 America, which garnered the best documentary cinematography award at this year's Sundance festival, such riveting cinema.
The ceremony opened with the National Anthem and student Ali Mohammed Bu Jandal from East Riffa Secondary Boys School recited verses from the Quran.