aya


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a·ya

 (ä′yä′)
n. pl. a·yat (ä-yät′)
A verse of the Koran.

[Arabic 'āya, sign, aya; see ayatollah.]
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They were content to spear their living out of the heart of the bitter, hopeless cold; to smile oily smiles, and tell queer ghost and fairy tales of evenings, and eat till they could eat no more, and sing the endless woman's song: "Amna aya, aya amna, ah
Erin Stafford, marketing director for Aya Healthcare, said its traveling nurses work on short-term contracts, often 13 weeks long, at hospitals across the U.
The ward aya would wear cream colour shalwar kameez, cream colour dupatta, black sweater and black joggers and black socks.
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When he developed severe itching and jaundice, Aya took him to see a pediatrician, who referred him to specialists in Abu Dhabi.
Kowloon [Hong Kong], November 23 ( ANI ): Rio Olympic silver-medallist PV Sindhu stormed into the quarter-finals of the Hong Kong Super Series after dismantling Aya Ohori of Japan in a straight game win here on Thursday.
Myanmar-based Aya Bank is seeking foreign investors.
The AYA Universal Corporate MPU-JCB Co-Branded Card has 2 different products: Universal Corporate Platinum Credit Card and Universal Corporate Gold Credit Card.
Aya Healthcare will provide RNS clients with expanded access to qualified healthcare clinicians and its suite of workforce solutions.
A postmortem found Aya died from blunt force trauma injuries to the head.
I hold my head high that I know this," said Aya, who did not give her real name for security reasons.
Our goal was to provide a place that closely matches AYA environments outside of a hospital setting so that young adults feel comfortable, acknowledged, and supported during their cancer treatment.