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sham

(sham)
1. a hoax; a fraudulent imitation.
2. not genuine; fraudulent; marked by falseness.
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The joint initiative will also establish Olive Digital's operations within Shams growing community.
Ice sheets cover both Jabal Al Akhdar and Jabal Shams every year from mid-December to mid-January due to the drastic drop of temperature to sub-zero in the Hajar Mountains range.
Starting with three levels of learning, QSTec's goal is to expand the Shams Generation programme and develop it to become a global showcase of innovation learning.
The launch of Shams Meera is an important milestone, as it will be Aldar's first mid-market development, providing the right world-class product at the right price.
Launched in June 2015, Shams Meera is a residential offering in one of Abu Dhabi's most desirable destinations, Shams Abu Dhabi.
Shams 1 was the world's largest CSP plant when it was inaugurated by Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi, in March 2013.
The villages in the Jabal Shams are distributed at various places of the mountain.
The inauguration of Shams 1 is a major milestone in our country's economic diversification and a step toward long-term energy security.
Great effect Rumi (Great Court) is known as the Divan of Shams PROSPER.
Holding nearly half of the world's renewable energy potential, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is poised for unprecedented growth in renewable energy and the opening of Shams 1 will make major changes in UAE's energy and economy sectors.
In Arabic meaning sun, Shams is one of many programmes for renewable energy projects inspired by the Desertec initiative (Dii).
org/en/library/info/AFR54/028/2012/en July 3 2012 An activist from Sudan's youth movement Girifna, Rashida Shams al-Din, was arrested in the early morning of 24 June by security forces.