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sura

 [soo´ra] (L.)
calf. adj., adj su´ral.

calf

, pl.

calves

(kaf, kavz),
1. A young bovine animal, male or female. Synonym(s): sura
2. The posterior prominence of the leg, caused by the underlying triceps surae muscles (lateral and medial heads of gastrocnemius and soleus).
[Gael. kalpa]

calf

Anatomy
The fleshy part of the posterior lower leg, which is composed primarily of gastrocnemius muscle.
 
Veterinary medicine
A young cow from birth until it is weaned.

Patient discussion about sura

Q. I have just developed a pain in my calf - feels like it clicks when I walk, and is a sharp pain I first noticed this problem this morning. As I stepped out of my car, I felt a sharp pain in my left calf, and it has gone worse as the day has gone on. No pain until I walk.

A. hmmm...now as i think of it- fatman's answer seems more logical. but usually people can tell the difference between strained muscle and other stuff. if it was just a pulled muscle he would have thought of it and naturally massage the area. no?

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Awal year 1078 AH, is written nastaligh This 98page version, along with previous version only dated versions This effect and sura name vermilion colors This version has many add-ons However, that will be a better understanding of the text But losing its authenticity.
In accordance with some other reports we come to know that the proper arrangement of Suras was well known to the companions of prophet p.b.u.h.
With such a clear, consistent, and paradigmatic basic message, it is perhaps in the nature of what might be termed "anti-narratological relief" that the Qur'an itself is far from presenting a unitary discrete narrative, from its "beginning" to its "end." (25) The only sura of the Qur'an universally recognized to have a "proper" beginning, middle, and end is the sura of Joseph (Q 12).
and we read in Sura 47:11 of the Qur'an: This is because Allah is a patron of those who believe, And because disbelievers have no patron.
For the four-year-old Muslim child, a verse from Sura four (entitled An-Nisa, or "Women") is the most appropriate.
I began to wonder what the results might be if my students memorized a sura? What sort of experience might they have?
In the arrangement of the separate sections, a clarification according to contents was impracticable because of the variety of subjects often dealt with in one sura. A chronological arrangement was out of the question, because the chronology of the older pieces must have been imperfectly known, and because in some cases passages of different dates had been joined together.
After the short opening sura called alFatihah, the chapters are arranged roughly in descending order of length.
We are usually told that its style is more paranetic than narrative, or offered ways to negotiate the canonical order of suras (chapters) so that purportedly earlier and shorter ones might be read first, to lead us more gently into the longer, later ones.
Al-Zamakhshari's use of prophetic hadiths and tradition in his commentary on suras 44 and 54 is meticulously documented in chapter four.
Leone Caetani ("'Uthman and the Recension of the Koran," 1915) drew attention to the important role of a distinct class of "Readers" or "Reciters" of the suras (individual tracts that would be collected as the Koran).
Of the Koran's 114 Suras, 69 Suras contain at least one, but frequently several, terms that are obscure.