foud

foud

(faʊd)
n
(Law) dialect Orkney & Shetland a sheriff
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Arsenal have outdone themselves and foud another two problems for the price of one (albeit a possibly very costly one).
The Chairman of the Egyptian-French Business Council Foud Younes said that the French exports to Egypt increased by 11 percent from e1/4825.
They also defended well amid rare Leigh attacks, and completed the scoring when winger Foud Yaha touched down in the dying stages.
Winger Foud Yaha wrapped it up by going over in the dying stages.
They accorded me a very warm welcome', he remarked adding that I foud that they have immense love for the country.
City were the dominant team overall but they foud it hard to cope with St Pat's ten men who deployed a 4-4-1 set up for the second half.
NNA - Head of Future parliamentary bloc, MP Foud Siniora, underlined on Friday that Lebanon was facing a real crisis, which he said it was due to the failure of implementing the system, as well as that of electing a new president.
Foud bin Ja'afar al- Sagwani, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries visited today the fishing harborsof A'Suwaiq, Al Mesana'ah and Barka and reviewed the progress of work at these harbors.
Reece was foud suffering from stab wounds in West Avenue, North Shields, early on the morning of January 25.
The donation cheque was handed over at Association for the Welfare of Handicapped Children to Foud al Kindi, the chairperson of the association, by Mazin al Raisi, senior AGM, head of Marketing & Customer Experience at Bank Sohar.
Other members of the BoD including Riaz Arshad, Adeel Rauf, Foud Ishaq and other officials of the company were also present on the occasion.
From the analysis of this system, it was foud that tri-axial accelerometer that is placed on the trunk detects fall events efficiently rather than placed on the thigh.