solah


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solah

(ˈsəʊlə)
n
(Plants) another name for spongewood
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Ooi EM, Adams LA, Zhu K, Lewis JR, Kerr DA, Meng X, Solah V, Devine A, Binns CW, Prince RL (2015) Consumption of a whey protein-enriched diet may prevent hepatic steatosis associated with weight gain in elderly women.
Tenders are invited for Repairing Of Road Cutting Work With Cement Concreat in Different place in Madar Challa Tank to Solah Quarter and Near Saah Nawaz House younus Kirana to Faruk Goli Wala.
It is not just a small room that become a stopping place for muslim to perform their solah.
Then there is Rangin Mahal (colored palace), a complex housing the Lal Bagh, the Solah Khamb mosque built by Qubli Sultan in 1423 and the erstwhile hamam (baths), parts of which, now house a small museum run by the ASI.
The soldier home on leave from the Far East, would take to Hobson-Jobson, waiting for his tiffin, as he placed his solah topee on the table while his friend, poured the tea and acted as char wallah.