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(ˈhɑ sə)

a region in E Saudi Arabia, on the Persian Gulf.
Also called El Hasa.
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VAR of children watching the Hasa stream with a huge joy
Officers swooped on the home of 31-year-old Hasa, in the Llanedeyrn part of the city, as part of a series of raids around the capital and Newport.
Hasa, of Coed y Gores, was sentenced at Newport Crown Court after pleading guilty to conspiracy to supply cocaine between August 2012 and April 2015 and conspiracy to supply cannabis between February 2014 and April 2015.
Dumisani Bomela, Chief Executive of HASA, said that his organisation was committed to ongoing discussions with the Department of Health with a view to strengthening healthcare delivery.
The branda hasa surgeda aheada witha operationsa ina 31a countriesa anda servinga overa 7.
Since launching HASA services in 2011, we've steadily worked towards providing our members with applications that easily bring together and present data from multiple sources," said Gijs Van Oort, CEO and Executive Director, HASA.
In Hasa, Al-Ahli score a comfortable 88-70 win over Fath while Khaleejh overpowered Qadisiya 75-53 in Dammam.
Gilmour said: "Lanarkshire hasa fantastic heritagewhen it comes to boxing.
He still hasa vital role to play and boss Jim Leishman is set to give him his first start of the season against Inverness Caley Thistle in place of banned defender Scott Wilson.
Golf hasa great way of paying back those who put so much into the game - think of Tom Kite and Mark O'Meara, who won Majors in their mid-40s.
Lee was fine and grabbed the trapeze with ease - but Liz hasa fear of heights.
If Jim Leishman were to take over I'm sure he would thrive on it and he hasa multitude of experience.