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faik

(feɪk)
n
(Zoology) zoology the manyplies of an animal
vb (tr)
to foldto abate or lessen
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Although Heerenveen, 11th in last season's Dutch top division, had most of the chances - Rodney Kongolo shooting wide, Mitchell van Bergen's curler comfortably saved, Ben Rienstra almost falling on to an effort he stabbed wide, Faik's freekick blocked and the late arriving Daniel Hoegh heading wide - the Black Cats looked relatively assured at the back.
Faik's goal just after the midway point of the second period was a rare moment of quality in a low-key game against the Dutch top flight side.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Asif Saeed Khosa on Monday took up the case for hearing seeking disqualification of Mir Faik Jamali.
This is also expected to stimulate the regional development which in turn will improve the regional economy,' said Faik Fahmi.
NADRA Spokesperson Faik Ali Chachar told The Express Tribune that the notification shall remain in effect till the day of the election.
On the other hand, Kosovo analyst Faik Krasniqi emphasized that regarding the name issue, Albanian politics proved to be very passive.
Qatar-Iraq judicial ties reviewed The Chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council and President of the Court of Cassation, Masoud Mohamed al-Ameri, yesterday met Faik Zaidan, president of the Court of Cassation and Chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council of Iraq, and his accompanying delegation.
TOBB Vice Chairman Faik Yavuz said that Turkey and Macedonia were great friends and that they as citizens and business community supported Macedonia's development.
MP Jisr's words came during his inauguration of an international match in Checkers between Nizar Nassih of Iraq's Kurdistan, and Faik Yildiz, organized by the Association of "athletes for Lebanon" in Tripoli.
The films will be followed by seminars conducted by Cinema Director Ashraf Faik and Critic Farouk Abdel Khalik.
Faik Bulut, an expert on the Middle East, maintains that President Bashar al-Assad could benefit from the row between Saudi Arabia and Qatar.