lubb

lubb

 [lub]
a syllable used to represent, or mimic, the first heart sound.
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Thanks also go to our associates at LuBB for processing the application for the plan modification."
'Abd al-Latif Qazwini, Lubb al-tawarikh (Tehran: Bunyad va Guya, 1363 [1984]), 181-82.
Man characterized by great knowledge should not (ld yanbaghi li-dhi lubb) transgress the rules and methods followed by the imams and predecessors (al-salaf) in any way, even if he would consider it permissible by the Arabic language, or [even if there is a recitation] that a reciter might happen to recite, even though it is not agreed upon (mimma qara'a bihi qari' ghayr mwjma' 'alayhi)" (Ibn Mujahid, Sab'a, p.
(19) Todos estos embajadores fueron recibidos acompanados por un grupo de notables cristianos cordobeses para que hicieran de interpretes, a saber, el juez de la comunidad cristiana de Cordoba Asbag ibn Nabil, su obispo 'Isa ibn Mansur, su conde Mu'awiya ibn Lubb, y el metropolitano de Sevilla 'Ubayd Allah ibn Qasim.
RAWALPINDI, May 25 -- Four months down the road Mohammad Afsar was shot dead allegedly by his sister-in-law Azra Bibi over a family brawl in village Lubb on January 24, but Rawalpindi police are yet to come up with anything solid on the basis of findings of their investigation into the case.
The "lubb" is a long low sound created as the atrioventricular valves close at the beginning of ventricular systole.
Division One: Bill'm Wndrs 0, Hartlepool 4 (A Ross, D Lubb, S Ross 2); Dormans 0, BEADS 1 (C Birks); Fishburn Park 2 (OG, J Draper), Thornaby Ath 1 (D Fixter); Nunthorpe Ath 4 (OG, P Boldison 3), Whinney Banks 3 (L Thompson 3); Richmond 1 (G Thirling), Grangetown BC 0.