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wudu

(wudu)
n
1. (Islam) the practice of ritual washing before daily prayer
2. (Islam) a room designated for ritual washing before daily prayer
[from Arabic]
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"Telford Wadu have been amazing with their support and encouragement, and to get his black belt in six years is quite amazing," said Heidi, who herself is no stranger to the sport having got involved to help her son.
The operational structure of WADU consists of the Diaspora High Council of Elders (led by a Chair), a Diaspora Executive Council (led by a President) and State Councils.
(Hatfield, Pennsylvania), a company involved with the project, the WADU's light weight made it easy to maneuver on the bridge.
Wadu Mbugua was searching for a way to express himself He had tried poetry, tried writing novels.
A separate place for wadu (ablution) has also been constructed in both the washrooms areas of ladies and gents, said a press release issued here.
MAE'N anodd osgoi yr adloniant nosweithiol ag ydyw Brexit y dyddie hyn, a gall neb wadu nad oes rhywbeth diddorol am weld dymchwel yr holl brosiect amhosib ac annheilwng ag ydoedd Prydain Fawr.
He was kept in detention for three days before he was dropped off on Wadu Wah Road in Qasimabad.
Yn ol y seicolegwyr a'r seicotherapyddion, roedd yn rhaid i ni fynd drwy'r cyfnodau o wadu, o gynddaredd ac o'r felan.
WADU (World African Diaspora Union) has harnessed African languages in his communication (http://www.wadupam.org 10/11/2010).
Ymateb yr wyf i lythyr gan J T Guest (Medi 1) yn cyhuddo Cr Merched Y Bala o wadu eu hacen ogleddol!
Church & Dwight also manufactures the WADU, an accessory to your power washer that precisely meters ARMEX Soluble Blast Media into the water stream.