malam


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malam

(ˈmælæm; -əm)
n
(Islam) a variant spelling of mallam
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For it'll look bad when Justice Malam hears as respectable men like us had a information laid before 'em and took no steps.
Also speaking, the FCTA Permanent Secretary, who was represented by the Chief of Staff to the FCT minister, Malam Bashir Maibornu, said the coming on stream of the management board is a significant value addition that would assist in setting out broad policy guidelines, key performance indicators and professional advice that is required for improved performance of the board.
Murree and Malam Jabba were the most famous winter holidays destinations this year, he
Another local skier, Izzat Ali from Malam Jabba, who secured first position in the competition, said that he had passion for skiing and was very excited to perform in front of so many spectators.
Malam Jabba also offers two exciting trekking trails that offer excellent scenery.
Moreover, the project includes three state-of-the-art picnic spots in Malam Jabba, a hotel, parks, mosque, and rest areas, rain shelters, public washrooms, tea, coffee and tuck shops.
MALAM is IAI's system house and the developer and manufacturer of the esteemed, long-standing EHUD training system.
50 male and 10 female skiers from Pakistan and 8 international skiers from Morocco, Slovakia, Sri Lanka, Greece, Afghanistan, Turkey, Ukraine and Tajikistan participated in the CAS Karakorum Ski Championship and Malam Jabba International Alpine Ski Cup in the scenic valley of Swat.
The Malam Jabba Ski Resort is owned by the Pakistani Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC).
Stoke-on-Trent crown court heard the claims Malam made - which were always fraudulent - ran from 2008 to 2014.
Situated at the height of 8,700 feet above the sea level at one of the rooftops of the world, the Malam Jabba is known for its rugged mountains, splendid rivers, fountains, natural beauty and landscape.
May met her future husband James Malam in 1940 during the Second World War.