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shak·ra

(shahk'ră)
Point or location thought to contain an electromagnetic force indicating the state of the body. Term is used by practitioners of Reiki.
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Eyad Abu Shakra is managing editor of Asharq Al-Awsat, where this article is also published.
Hakaya, another storytelling platform, was founded two years ago by Dana Ballout, Farid Abi-Zeid, Rima Abu Shakra and Raja Abdul-Rahim.
in PK-33 District Swabi', 'Construction/ Rehabilitation of road from BHU tajwal to Nawansher, Machana to Batangi, Serrian to Keri Raiki,Taror, Shakra to Choprra Nawansher Pirkot, to Tupla road Kala Ban, Shukka Kas road, Abbottabad', 'KP Open Wi- FiA(r)PDWP', 'PCC shoulders Tuff tiles on both side Pindi Road Kohat'.
The delights of North African cuisine will be celebrated with the attendance of Moroccan chef Khawla Aissane while the flavour of Levantine cuisines, especially sweet dishes, will be presented by Jordanian chef Myasoon Abu Shakra who will share her skills in preparing delicious fruit chocolate dessert recipes.
On February 5, Israeli forces targeted the Turkish Anadolu News Agency Hisham Abu Shakra with a live round in his leg while covering clashes, which erupted between unarmed Palestinians and Israeli forces at the northern entrance of the city of Bethlehem.
People like Rick Broussard (editor of New Hampshire Magazine), Emily Shakra (Nick Shakra Real Estate), and about half dozen of us talked about trying to put some kind of program together to give back to the community.
While Lebanon's couture legacy is currently being written solely by men, notably through Elie Saab, Zuhair Murad, and George Shakra, Egyptian men remain unusual in fashion.
A visitor standing on one of its towers can see the valley that stretches from Haryss village to Al-Sawan pond region at Shakra -Berachit villages crossing.
An army unit found on Monday 13 explosive devices while combing Rad Shakra village in the eastern countryside of Hasaka.
The army units, backed by the Syrian National Defense Forces, gained full control over Salaliyeh, Humer, Ward Shakra, Sakher, Serb, Mujibrah, Rajman and Tibbeh villages in Hasaka province.
Eyad Abu Shakra (also written as Ayad Abou-Chakra) began his media career in 1973 with Annahar newspaper in Lebanon.