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Sa·lah

(sah'lah),
M., 20th-century Egyptian surgeon. See: Salah sternal puncture needle.
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The SOLAT inventory was also redesigned which consisted of four items each allowing the respondents to choose one of the two statements.
[1] Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, Nigeria; [2] Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria; [3] Solat Women's Hospital, Jos, Nigeria; [4] Our Lady of Apostles Hospital, Jos, Nigeria; [5] AIDS Prevention Initiative Nigeria, Ltd/Gte, Abuja, Nigeria; [6] Harvard School of Public Health, Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases, Boston, MA 02115-6017, USA.
16 signed a gazette that prohibits "any document and publication relating to Christianity containing the words 'Allah', 'Kaabah', 'Baitullah', and 'Solat' are prohibited," according press reports.
Kenny junior was spotted by Manchester United after playing for Dallas Solat in the Dallas Cup youth tournament.
Three other words -- Solat (prayer), Kaabah (the Sacred House) and Baitullah (House of God) -- are also prohibited from use in other religions' publications.
It introduced solat hajat (prayer of intention) as a main feature of Islamic administration to address all kinds of political and social ills.
A muslim is required to clean his mouth before solat the ritual prayers five times a day.
Subjects were tested on a laptop; first, subjects took the Style of Learning and Thinking (SOLAT) test to determine their dominant brain hemisphere.
One week later, these undergraduates responded to Form A of the Your Style of Learning and Thinking (SOLAT).
Residents around Pekan Pantai here held 'solat hajat' (prayer of need) after the Friday prayers, in seeking divine intervention that missing Franco-Irish teenager Nora Anne Quoirin will be found safe.
Deputy Commissioner Madam Solat Saeed as a chief guest of the concluding ceremony said such training workshops and exercises enabled the administration and community to react proactively in any disaster.