arish


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arish

(ˈɑːrɪʃ)
n
a variant spelling of arrish
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On Wednesday, eight policemen had lost their lives after terrorists attacked a checkpoint south of Arish. Five terrorists were shot dead in the operation while the remaining fled the spot, Anadolu News Agency reported.
He congratulated and hugged Arish for becoming special Olympian and said he [Arish] has shone the name of Pakistan, particularly of Sindh.
Medical sources at Al-Arish military hospital said that a police chief from the Public Security Department, a police sergeant and a recruiter were killed by gunmen west of the city of Arish before the gunmen fled.
Arish claimed five wickets for 62 runs and Mohammad Zahid grabbed five wickets for 44 runs as DM Jamali crashed 193 after being 126-0 at stumps on day one-day in the 2-day match.
Client Name : North Sinai Governorate, El Arish City Council, the Contracts Dept
First uncovered by French archaeologist Jean-Claude Morel, Arish was a young man from the sixth century B.C.
The Egyptian Armed Forces plans to develop the Al Arish port in North of Sinai, Egypt.
The aid consisted of 32 tons of sewer equipment and pipes and was transferred from Arish port to port Awja in nine trucks.
Police used water cannon to force the protestors to leave Arish harbor, which they had occupied, a security source said.
A statement from the Egyptian Ministry of Information said that Galloway had been told by November 10 that the convoy had to travel through El Arish.
Since the start of the Israeli onslaught against Gaza on December 27, Egypt has been allowing injured Palestinians through its Rafah border post with Gaza into hospitals in Al Arish and Cairo.
Abdi Arish, 27, of Tividale Street, Tipton, peered through a gap in the changing room curtain as the woman, also 27, tried on bras at a Primark store in March.