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sura

 [soo´ra] (L.)
calf. adj., adj su´ral.

calf

, pl.

calves

(kaf, kavz),
1. A young bovine animal, male or female. Synonym(s): sura
2. The posterior prominence of the leg, caused by the underlying triceps surae muscles (lateral and medial heads of gastrocnemius and soleus).
[Gael. kalpa]

sura

/su·ra/ (soo´rah) [L.] calf.su´ral

calf

Anatomy
The fleshy part of the posterior lower leg, which is composed primarily of gastrocnemius muscle.
 
Veterinary medicine
A young cow from birth until it is weaned.

sura

calf, i.e. muscular bulge at posterior aspect of lower leg; formed principally of muscle bellies of gastrocnemius and soleus

sura

[L.] gastrocnemius muscles.

Patient discussion about sura

Q. I have just developed a pain in my calf - feels like it clicks when I walk, and is a sharp pain I first noticed this problem this morning. As I stepped out of my car, I felt a sharp pain in my left calf, and it has gone worse as the day has gone on. No pain until I walk.

A. hmmm...now as i think of it- fatman's answer seems more logical. but usually people can tell the difference between strained muscle and other stuff. if it was just a pulled muscle he would have thought of it and naturally massage the area. no?

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He will also discuss the important social ethics models provided by Surah Al-Hururat.
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In opting for this course, they reflected an important tenant in Islam, namely wasatia as reflected by the Holy Quran as it says: "And We have created you a mid-ground nation (Ummattan Wassatan)" (Al-Baqrah Surah, verse 143).
Abd al-Rahim ibn al-Marhum al-Shaykh Muhammad al-'Iraqi: Hidayat al-Wahhabi li Tariq al-Sawab ("Wahhabi Guidance to the Correct Way"); Kitab 'Ilm al-Fara'id ("The book on knowledge of the obligations"); Risalat fi Bayan Fada'il Laylat nisf Sha'ban wa al-Du'ah al-Warid fiha ("Treatise explaining the virtues of the night of the middle of Sha'ban and the invocation that has been mentioned in respect of it"); Tafsir Surah Yasin ("Commentary on Surah Yasin," i.
For instance, faced with the task of conveying the intensity of Divine Mercy and various shades of meaning imbued in the Divine attribute al-Rahim--one of the two Names of Mercy used in the invocation basmalah as well as in al-Fatihah, the opening surah of the Qu'ran--in conjunction with al-Rahman, many translators often resort to using phrases like "the Most Merciful", "the Ever-Merciful", the Boundlessly Merciful", or "All-Merciful".
It contains 114 Surahs, or chapters, ordered according to length, with the longest Surah first and the shortest Surah last.
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In response to Javeed Akhter's July 20 op-ed column claiming that the Quran expressly forbids murder and suicide by using the quote, "If you save one life it is as if you saved all mankind," let me say that as a scholar of Islam, the Surah he quotes is not the all-encompassing prohibition of murder that it seems.
The general belief among Muslims is that if they perform benevolent acts, follow Islamic law, or sharia, and show abiding faith in the teachings of the Qur'an, they will be rewarded on earth with a happy life (in surah 16:97).