hemad

hemad

(he'mad) [Gr. haima, blood, + L. ad, toward] Hemal (2).
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"We hope to change the mantra from 'one drug treating many diseases to 'one drug, one disease, one person," said Dr Hemad Yasaei, specialist genetist at Latifa Hospital.
Tenders are invited for Erection,laying,testing & commissioning 11KV/22KV underground XLPE cable (185 SQ MM XLPE cable to be supplied by DGVCL) with cable end termination & straight through jointing kits (to be supplied by contractor ) 11 KV Saniya Hemad JGY feeder under SI scheme project No.20048 for Saroli S/Dn.
Hemad Yasaei from Brunel University London contributed his knowledge regarding genes and molecular changes during cancer development.
Every morning in winter, Hemad Khan and a handful of other boys from Nangalam would attend their lessons at the village madrassa, then strike out to collect firewood for cooking and for heating their homes.
Associated historic buildings include Hemad Bin Hadi al Darmaki House and the Hili Watchtowers.
Tomer Hemad gave Israel a 44th-minute lead but after Luka Modric's 47th-minute equaliser the Israelis had Tal Ben Haim sent off and were punished by two goals in as many minutes by Eduardo as the Croatians claimed a 3-1 win.
V., Shri Sai Satcharita--The Wonderful Life and Teachings of Shri Sai Baba : English translation from the original Marathi book by Hemad Pant, 13th edition (Shri Sai Baba Sansthan : Bombay 1987)
Lakhani's involvement in the scheme to import a Russian-made Igla SA-18 missile and launcher, referred to here as "goods and parts," began just months after the September 11 attacks, when a down-on-his-luck career informant, Muhammed Habib Rehman, alerted his FBI handlers to the existence of a man he enticingly identified by the Muslim-sounding name "Hemad" Lakhani.
Indian-born Hemad Lakhani is accused of attempting to provide material support for terrorism, a charge which carries a 15-year jail sentence, US Attorney Christopher Christie told the Federal Court in Newark, New Jersey.
Lakhani, also known by the first name Hemad, lived in a semidetached home in Hendon, north London, and was described as a 'Mr Average' by neighbours who had no idea he was a suspected international gun runner.
Hemad Lakhani,born in India and in his 60s, was arrested yesterday at a hotel near Newark airport, New Jersey,by more than two dozen anti-terrorism agents from the US,Britain and Russia.