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hakim

also

hakeem

(hä′kēm)
n. pl. ha·kims also ha·keems
A doctor, especially one who practices traditional medicine, in a predominantly Muslim culture.
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GAS WRENCH AND HAKIM PARTS, Ray Del Vecchio, Delray573@yahoo.
The bolt of the Hakim is under great spring tension and can make a "Garand Thumb" feel like a baby's kiss.
Caption: The fun factor is high with a Hakim, since it operates so oddly.
Caption: The Egyptian Hakim is an improved version of the Swedish AG-42 Ljungman.
Hakim has grown up in the UAE and feels more at home in the emirates rather than in India.
Rashid Hakim, her father, said: "Eid is more lively and fun here, due to the atmosphere and Eid spirit all around.
For Majedah Hakim, her mother, it is also the proximity to close relatives.
In Tehran, Hakim also met Ali Larijani, the speaker of the Iranian parliament, Saeed Jalili, the secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council, and Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki all of whom pledged support for Iraqi national security efforts.
Iran's Supreme National Security Council Secretary Saeed Jalili, in a separate meeting with Ammar Hakim on Sunday, said the presence of foreign forces in Iraq is a major threat to the country's security situation.