Kesh


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Kesh

(keɪʃ)
n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) the beard and uncut hair, covered by the turban, traditionally worn by Sikhs as a symbol of their religious and cultural loyalty, symbolizing the natural life. See also five Ks
[Punjabi keś]
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Making the announcement the Ministers said: We are delighted to make land at Maze Long Kesh available to bring this goal a step closer to reality.
From left, Dav Grewal, Kesh Madhas, Sukh Grewal, Dee Kalair, Gurps Bassi, Nav Madhas and Tim Lihal
Zarah, Tom and Lily, from Kesh academy, |whose prom was held at the Crowne Plaza
Kesh Narayanan, division director of Innovation and Partnerships at the Na- tional Science Foundation will present another increasingly important topic: open innovation between academia and industry.
Whilst the play deals with major developments such as the 1974 burning of Long Kesh, the hunger strikes, the big escape etc, it also contains its fair share of hilarity, black humour and plenty of Motown songs.
Durante una de las etapas mas violentas del ERI, Long Kesh o The Maze ("El laberinto"), la prision ubicada en las afueras de Belfast, fue escenario de una huelga de hambre por parte de los guerrilleros ultracatolicos que exigian el estatus de prisoneros politicos; Margaret Thatcher habia impuesto tratarlos como criminales comunes.
Writer and co-director Martin Lynch's Chronicles of Long Kesh gives us all this plus, rather improbably when you first see it in print, a string of Motown hits sung in a cappella fashion by the show's multi-tasking cast.
1- Doctor El Gloob 2- Ama Alwan 3- Arefni Ala Nafsak 4- Shaketak 5- La Tatezer 6- Jebrni El Waqt 7- Ana Amsek 8- Kesh Malek 9- Demaeti 10- Helm Wardi 11- Garimah 12- Habeebi A Al Warag 13- Taabt14- Ejrah15- Al Touba 16- Gmari 17- Adee Aleak 18- Al Dunia 19- Al Messafer 20- Namet Oyounek
Kesh Sambhal Prachar Sanstha, the NGO's main aim behind this extravaganza is to motivate Sikh youth to abide by Sikh Maryada or Sikhism.
Lawrence McKeown, author of the chapter on the 1983 mass escape from Ireland's Long Kesh prison, was himself imprisoned in Long Kesh/Maze Prison from 1976 to 1992.
Everyone sent a letter of acceptance except Kyle so I called his home in the village of Kesh and asked if there was aproblem.
A 43-YEAR-OLD man who died following a road accident in Co Fermanagh was named last night as Jim Walker from Crillan Road in Kesh.