chebab


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Noun1.chebab - a Palestinian juvenile 10-15 years old who fights against the Israelis
Canaan, Holy Land, Promised Land, Palestine - an ancient country in southwestern Asia on the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea; a place of pilgrimage for Christianity and Islam and Judaism
adolescent, stripling, teen, teenager - a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity
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As for hospitality, all visitors were offered Arabic tea, Chebab (Emirati pancakes) and the local delicacy, luqaimats - dumplings of butter, milk, sugar, flour, saffron and cardamom, deep fried and drizzled with sugar syrup and sesame made by Emirati ladies in tents.
Chebab declined to elaborate on what other options Rai might resort to if all efforts to elect a president failed.
Je me rappelle que lorsque j'avais 11ans, j'ai voyage avec un groupe de 50 personnes pour le compte d'une colonie de vacances organisee par Dar Chebab qui est pres de nous.
The Dhs46 meal consists of a platter of the roll-like khameer, Emirati pancake chebab, rice-like balaleet and wrap-style muhalla.
General Fouad Chebab was embarrassed to say that he did not mind extending his mandate and went home.
like to thank Kaitlin McKenzie, Kunle Fadipe, Abroad Chebab, and Lauren
Organized by Lebanese Institution for Handicapped in Beit Chebab, under auspices of Minister of Social Affairs, Dr.
Israeli army subjects the Palestinian chebab [youth] [emphasis
Farid Chebab, the honorary chairman of Leo Burnett MENA, is also slated to present.
Ce sera l'occasion pour les organisateurs d'honorer des figures emblematiques du CRB yant marque l'histoire du grand Chebab, a l'image de Hacene Lalmas, Mohamed Nassou, Sid-Ali Ammar, Achour, Abdelkader Ighili et Messaoud Merrad.