Ta'izz


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Ta'izz

(tæˈɪz; teɪˈiːz)
n
(Placename) a town in SW Yemen, in the former North Yemen until 1990: agricultural trading centre. Pop: 541 000 (2005 est)
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On Thursday, Hadi loyalists launched an operation, with the help of Saudi airstrikes, to capture Yemen's Southwestern city of Ta'izz from the Ansarullah fighters.
beaucoup moins que] Nous sommes alarmes aussi par la situation humanitaire intenable, aggravee par le blocage des voies d'approvisionnement de la ville de Ta'izz par les comites populaires affilies aux Houthis [beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-elle ajoute.
In addition, the Yemeni popular resistance has also realized victories against the Houthis, ousting them from several areas, especially in the Adan and Ta'izz governorates.
Indian Neha Mistry, who is married to 32-year-old Bahraini Shehab Samander, was trapped in Ta'izz with her Bahraini toddler, Mais, as a Saudi-led military operation was launched against Houthi militias.
In the city of Ta'izz, there were daily reports of protestors' deaths at the hands of security forces, as police fired tear gas and live ammunition into crowds.
His mother, Dalia, comes from a Yemenite family originally from Ta'izz, near Sana'a, home of the great 17th-century poet Rabbi Shalom Shabazi, celebrated by Jews and Arabs alike as the "Shakespeare of Yemen.
Ta'izz, Yemen, May 22 (ONA) Assigned by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, Sayyid Shihab bin Tariq al Said and his accompanying delegation took part in the Yemen's 20th National Day celebrations held today under the auspices of President Ali Abdullah Saleh of the Yemeni Republic.
Ali Al-Makhlafi, 28, biomedical engineer from Ta'izz, Yemen
Alternatively, the coffee plant may have been imported into Yemen from Ethiopia as a botanical sample and cultivated during the Rasulid period at Ta'izz in the king's gardens, the beans being only later identified as suitable for use as a drink.
Incredibly, Peter did locate Yemenis who had worked in South Shields in Ta'izz.
The existence of a compound of the deictic element with the personal pronoun of the third person can be demonstrated for Yemenite Arabic in the dialects of the towns Ta'izz and Ibb: in third masculine 'akkuwwa and feminine 'akkiyya, in plural 'akunna and 'akinna.