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anan

(əˈnæn)
interj
1. what did you say?
2. in a moment; coming!
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Over the summer, Anan worked with five other refugee women who had graduated from the course, cooking for audiences at the Secret Cinema season in London.
Anan welcomed the prime minister's visit to the expo, hailing the deep historical relations between the two countries and praising the Tanzanian authorities' cooperation for making the expo a success.
Abu Anan was detained and transferred to a detention
Head coach Reda Ali started the game with his most prominent players - Mohammed Anan, Ebrahim, Sayed Kadhim, playmaker Abdulrahman Al Mutawa, libero Mohammed Hasan and skipper Mahmood Abdulwahed.
happy couple Siobhan Bastible and Anan McMahon on wedding day
Apart from Anan, Omar and Ahmed, Sayed Hashim and Abdulrahman Khaled also played key roles for the winners.
Moroccan Anan Mohammad, 14, whose first language is French, reckons he has a slight edge over other participants because he also understands Arabic.
Some of the main Wrangell-area highlights include the Stikine River, the LeConte Glacier, and the Anan Wildlife Observatory, one of the world's best places to view black and brown bears feasting on salmon.
Sugawara threw two TD passes with less than five minutes to play at Tokyo Dome, hitting wide receivers Takahito Anan and Noriaki Kinoshita as Obic won its fifth national title and gave the corporate league the victory for the third year in a row.
htm) "retirements" of Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi and Lt Gen Sami Anan , two top leaders of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (Scaf).
After Morsi signed decrees on the dismissal of Tantawi and Anan, he immediately appointed them as presidential advisors.
CAIRO - Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, the head of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) prayed the Eid Prayer in the Armed Forces Mosque in Heliopolis on Sunday with Major General Sami Anan, Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Army andmembers of the Council.