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attar

An essential oil (e.g., attar of roses). Medicated aromatic oils are not used in the mainstream medical practice.
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In 1954, King of Saudi Arabia Saud bin Abdulaziz, visited Pakistan and it was at that time, narrated Ansari, that the king bought attar from his father's shop.
The detailed reasons for the DFSA's action against Mr Al Attar are set out in the DFSA's Decision Notice dated 28 May 2018 which can be found in the Regulatory Actions section of the DFSA website: https://www.dfsa.ae/en/What-We-Do/Enforcement#Regulatory-Actions .
So, Attar was shocked when, on March 31 this year, as he was about to enter a gym in the well-off Beirut neighborhood of Verdun, he saw an unmistakable figure begging from her wheelchair.
The inaugural recipient of the award, Shahd Attar, is an extraordinary representative of the values embodied by both Nemir Kirdar and Eisenhower Fellows alike."
"I think we are very fond of oud and attar and they play a major role in our life; I think it is inevitable in our life," Mohammed said.
Attar also said Kuwait aims to boost production capacity to 3.5 million bpd by the end of 2015, including from the Neutral Zone, from around 3.15 million bpd currently, the report by Reuters continued.
Hind Al Attar holds 12 years of experience in the field of human resources, with more than seven years at Noor Bank.
During his visit to the wastewater treatment plant at El Attar, Essid said the CEO of ONAS assumes full responsibility for the delay recorded in the achievement of the project of this new station that should have came into operation since 2010.
All entries will be reviewed by a judging panel including JF Street Food, Co-founder, Alia Al Mazroui, Asil Attar, fashion designer Hussein Bazaza and up and coming artist MJD Kadi.
By a publication in the Official Journal of the EU from April 2014, the EC recognises the Bulgarian attar of roses, under the name aBulgarsko Rozovo Masloa and includes it in the list of protected geographical indications and designations of origin for agricultural products and foodstuffs.
This is of course an example of earthly love functioning as a bridge the lover has to cross to reach divine love--a well-known symbol in Sufi discourse (on 'Attar's text and Sufi poetry, see, e.g., Campbell <http://dx.doi.org/10.7771/1481-4374.2384>).
German orientalist Ritter (1892-1971) presents an encyclopedic account of the ideas in the poetry of 13th-century Persian poet and mystic Attar, a druggist and apothecary by profession who is said to have died during the Mongol invasion of his home city Nishapur.