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also A·ye·sha  (ä′ē-shä′) c. 611-678.
The favorite wife of Muhammad. She led an unsuccessful revolt against his successor, Ali.


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(Biography) ?613–678 ad, the favourite wife of Mohammed; daughter of Abu Bekr


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A.D. 613?–678, favorite wife of Muhammad.
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HRH Premier lauded Shaikha Aisha's efforts, determination and perseverance throughout the course in a vital field --aviation, stressing that she is a honourable model for Bahraini women, who are keen to hone their skills by science and training in various fields so as to be effective elements in the development and modernisation witnessed by the kingdom.
Original Raven, James, will still play a part in the new series, acting as mentor to Aisha's Raven.
On behalf of my family, I extend our sincere and heartfelt condolences to Mama Aisha's family, relatives and friends.
Princess Sabeeka hailed Shaikha Aisha's dedication, discipline and hard work and wished her more success in serving Bahrain.
Prime Minister Prince Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Aisha's grandfather, spoke of his pride in her and in Bahraini women as he witnessed the historic event at the academy's Sovereign's Parade where 190 cadets graduated after completing their 44 weeks of training.
During his final illness of the holy prophet (PBUH), it was at Hazrat Aisha's apartment that he went at the suggestion of his wives.
Salman al-Mohannadi, a 2016 graduate of Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar (GU-Q), echoed Aisha's views and said: "I am immensely proud to have completed my full schooling at QF, and I look back at my time in Qatar Academy very fondly.
In December 2013, she hacked off part of Aisha's ponytail with scissors, punched and bit her on the day of the school nativity play.
Aisha's glasses consist of six compressed filters which she needs for her level of the syndrome -- severe, on a scale which also includes mild and moderate.
As heart-wrenching as it is heartwarming, Carson and Aisha's journey isn't so much about finding Carson's grandfather as it is about finding peace within themselves and forgiving the mistakes of others.
er Aisha's life has improved too simply by helping other people from her own community.