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Noun1.Mashriq - Arabic name for the Middle EastMashriq - Arabic name for the Middle East  
Arabic, Arabic language - the Semitic language of the Arabs; spoken in a variety of dialects
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Amman, June.17 (Petra) - The Haqiq initiative, a Crown Prince Foundation (CPF) initiative, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Mashrek International School.
Group Med came in the ninth position with US$ 59.6 million (+5.7%) and Al Mashrek came in the tenth position with US$ 40.5 million (-3.0%).
(TAP) - A forum on SEMSEM Internship Platforms, which refers to the TEMPUS European project (Services for Employability and Mobility in the form of Internships for Maghreb and Mashrek students) and HOMERe (High Opportunity in the Mediterranean Executive Recruitment), will be organised on November 17, 2017 at the headquarters of the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA).
(1) The "reduced" Maghreb is compounded mainly of the three countries mentioned in the text, while Libya and Mauritania are in the border between the Maghreb and the Mashrek. Culturally, the reduced Maghreb has very few connections with the Great Maghreb.
The 'Crew' team from Mashrek International School was awarded the Best Product Award under The Company Start-up Program, which helps to introduce youth to entrepreneurial concepts and the process of planning for and establishing their own companies, thereby empowering them to effect change.
Especially worrisome in that respect are the regions of Arab Mashrek and Egypt.
The editor notes the Mashrek in WWII has been documented far better than the Middle East, hence the emphasis in this volume.
The intensification of the Syrian conflict significantly affects the Mashrek region generating a serious source of regional economic and political instability.
The objective of this study wasp to determine the prevalence of torus palatinus and mandibularis in relation to age and gender among 322 subjects seen at Hill House Kindergarden Students Mashrek International School and our clinic.