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shaya

(ˈʃaɪə)
n
(Plants) a low-growing Indian plant from which is derived a colourfast red fabric dye
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Shaya Adorador (University of the East, opposite hitter)
Shaya cooks in a way that reflects his heritage and his ramblings from culinary school to Las Vegas, New Orleans, Italy and, most importantly, Israel, where he found the core of his cultural identity.
Nasr also met with Chairman of Al Shaya Company Mohamed Hamoud Al Shaya on the possibility of his group's establishing the avenues complex mall in the New Administrative Capital and a medical complex adjacent to a hotel.
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He was briefed by Mabanee and King Faisal Corniche Development companies chairman Mohamed Al Shaya on the progress of work.
Chef Alon Shaya is on firefiguratively, not literally (at least, as far as I know).
2009 -- Municipal Council elects Zaid Al-Azmi as chied and Shaya Al-Shaya as deputy, at the opening of its 10th term.
While visiting New Zealand with their three kids, Grant and Shaya Kirkpatrick fell in love with what the locals call the bach lifestyle.
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Preuss and Michael DeCheser, along with Director Shaya Deaton will be representing ownership.
Towell Group and Gemma Holloway, head of Recruitment for the Al Shaya Group, based in Doha.
Grohe-Dawn Water Technology has appointed Simon G Shaya as its new chairman of the board of directors.