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Sa·lah

(sah'lah),
M., 20th-century Egyptian surgeon. See: Salah sternal puncture needle.
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The soldier home on leave from the Far East, would take to Hobson-Jobson, waiting for his tiffin, as he placed his solah topee on the table while his friend, poured the tea and acted as char wallah.
AWG member Revati Sanzagiri made a presentation on the various types of sarees and the Solah Shrungar, or 16 adornments for a woman's beautification, from the bindi and earrings down to the anklets.
The Prophet's hadith serve to explain the Qur'an, for instance, the obligations of prayer (solah), fasting (sawm), alm giving (zakah) and pilgrimage (hajj), but the details of the practice were left to be explained by the Prophet's hadith and sunnah.
But, of them, Sixteen (16) emerged powerful states, named Shodasa Mahajanapadas (solah taqatver Riyasatein) They are-
First, the plan (A) was supervised by the former NISS director Solah Gosh (nicknamed Al Sanjack), and Mohamed Atta (the current NISS director), and assisted by Mohamed Hassan Babiker (NISS officer positioned in Addis Ababa); with the direct involvement of the Qatari government and Robert McFarlane (a former Reagan administration official).