fard

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fard

(fɑːd)
n
archaic paint for the face, esp white paint
[C15: from Old French farder to use facial cosmetics, of Germanic origin]

fard

(fɑrd) Archaic. n.
1. facial cosmetics.
v.t.
2. to apply cosmetics to (the face).
[1400–50; late Middle English < Middle French, Old French: n. derivative of farder to apply makeup, probably < Frankish *farwiđon to dye, color (compare Old High German farwjan)]
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Wajib is a 2017 Palestinian film about an estranged father and son, who must navigate their frictions on the road.
She said the festival's line-up of films includes DIFF Muhr prize winner Wajib by Annemarie Jacir and Berlinale's best documentary prize Ghost Hunting by Raed Andoni.
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The heart-warming story of the rediscovery and reconciliation of a troubled father-son relationship, Wajib follows a day in the life of Abu Shadi and his son Shadi.
The four Oscar-nominated films include Wajib by Palestinian director Annemarie Jacir and starring Palestinian actor Mohammad Bakri, which will be the opening night film with screening at the Ramallah Cultural Palace.
DFI grantees that will make their North American Premiere include: Wajib, directed by Annemarie Jacir, is a family drama, where a father and his estranged son must come together to hand deliver his daughter's wedding invitations to each guest.
Because participating banks remain bound to follow micro-prudential requirements when disbursing KUR loans, such as NPL, LDR (Loan to Deposit Ratio), CAR (Capital Adequacy Ratio), and GWM (Grio Wajib Minimum or statutory reserve requirement), many choose to disburse their loans to prospective and feasible SMEs which are often owned by non-poor households (P2E LIPI 2014) so as to reduce the risk of violating micro-prudential rules, such as rising NPLs.
Radicalization of the Middle: Over the past thirty years, radical rhetoric propagated by extremist groups has contributed to the spread of intolerant beliefs, narratives, and pejorative terms such as kafir (non-believer) and wajib al-qatl (worthy of being killed) in Pakistani society.
Know that it is wajib (translated to "necessary") for you to kill these kuffar
Eid'l Adha begins with Wajib prayers of two Raka'ah followed by a Khua bah (sermon).
The military source said that the air force destroyed dens and hotbeds of terrorist organizations in intensive strikes against their fortifications in Wajib al-Ahmar, Abu Risha, Kitf al-Ghadir, al-Mughira and Tartyah in the northeastern countryside of the province.
Eid prayer is wajib (strongly recommended, just short of obligatory).