jubbah

jubbah

(ˈdʒʊbə)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a long loose outer garment with wide sleeves, worn by Muslim men and women, esp in India
[C16: from Arabic]

jub•bah

(ˈdʒʊb ə)

n.
a long outer garment with long sleeves, worn by Muslim clergy.
[1540–50; < Arabic]
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On Wednesday, Iraqi forces and volunteers reportedly retook the key Jubbah region in Iraq's Western Anbar province, driving out the ISIL Takfiri militants which had previously held it.
Rock art in the Hail region includes two components situated in a desert landscape - Jabel Umm Sinman at Jubbah and the Jabal Al-Manjor and Raat at Shuwaymis.
The Saudi Kingdom's heritage was recognised for the "Rock Art work in the Hail Region," where the site includes two components situated in a desert landscape: Jebel Umm Sinman at Jubbah and the Jebal Al-Manjor and Raat at Shuwaymis," UNESCO indicated.
The current study is part of a comprehensive programme of Late Pleistocene and Holocene archaeological research at Jubbah oasis, where palaeolake deposits have been identified (Petraglia et al.
Burney said that at present, little information is available to us about the two hijacked vessels MV Jubbah XX and MV Iceberg 1, but it is reported that nine suspected Somali criminal pirates are on board MV Jubbah XX, hijacked on 16th of this month.
Photos of various archaeological and historic sites, including Jubbah Hail (Saudi Arabia), Jassassiya (Qatar), Hafite tombs (UAE), burials mount (Bahrain), Dilmunian City (Kuwait), and Salut site (Oman) have been displayed.
The attacks on industrial facilities, food production and water infrastructure investigated by the Mission are part of a broader pattern of destruction, which includes the destruction of the only cement packaging plant in Gaza (the Atta Abu Jubbah plant), the Abu Eida factories for ready-mix concrete, further chicken farms and the Al Wadia Group's foods and drinks factories.
The 300,000 mA project is located 17 km to the north of Amman in Jubbah village in Jerash and will have 51 fully-serviced farm houses.
On Wednesday, the Iraqi forces and volunteers reportedly retook the key Jubbah region in Iraq's Western Anbar province, driving out the ISIL Takfiri militants which had previously held it.
The Jubbah Basin sequence in the Great Nafud Desert of northern Saudi Arabia provides important information about changes in environment as seven major sedimentary units were identified in 26 metres of deposits (Garrard et al 1981) (Figure 3).
According to local sources, the army troops along with popular fighters intensified their offensive against the ISIL terrorists near Baghdad early on Tuesday and liberated Jubbah town, about 180 kilometers Northwest of the capital, from the Takfiri group.