sahiba


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sahiba

(ˈsɑːhɪbə) or

sahibah

n
respectful Indian term of address for a woman
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Twenty villages knew the Sahiba - her failings, her tongue, and her large charity.
I spoke to him - when thou wast talking to the Sahiba - of a certain dizziness that lays hold upon the back of my neck in the night, and he said it rose from excessive heat - to be cured by cool air.
I agree with Dr Sahiba, but inserting her amendments would further delay the law.
A number of stars attended -- from former leading lady Babra Sharif to make-up artist and fashion photographer Shahzad Raza, designer Faraz Mannan, actors Babar Ali, Sahiba and Rambo, all of whom are close to Resham.
President, Eunuchs Association, Sahiba Jahan said that eunuchs have been facing several problems.
She was the only surviving child of Nawab Sultan Shah Jahan Begum Sahiba by her first husband, General Nasir ud-Daula, Nawab Baqi Muhammad Khan Bahadur.
In this regard, Azerbaijani MP Sahiba Gafarova will visit Turkey from Feb.
A user tweeted, "Hearing a really bad news about Asma Jahangir Sahiba and praying it isn't true.
Deeply saddened by the news of sudden demise of renowned lawyer and human rights activist Asma Jahangir sahiba.
The main cast of this film were included Zeba, Mohammad Ali, Andleeb and Sahiba Khanum, Santosh, Rangeela and Qavi Khan.
Moreover, Sahiba, Naseema and six-month-old Noor were injured in the incident and have been shifted to the Kotli District Headquarters Hospital for treatment.
A six-month-old child, Majid and two other women, Sahiba, 26, and Naseema, 38, were injured by the Indian firing and shifted to the District Headquarters Hospital, Kotli.