chebab


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Noun1.chebab - a Palestinian juvenile 10-15 years old who fights against the Israelis
Canaan, Holy Land, Promised Land, Palestine - an ancient country in southwestern Asia on the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea; a place of pilgrimage for Christianity and Islam and Judaism
adolescent, stripling, teen, teenager - a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity
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Czech driver Vojtech Stajf (third from right) and his navigator Veronika Havelkova (third from left), winners of the Manateq International Rally of Qatar pose on the podium with runners-up Adel Abdulla (second from left) of Qatar and navigator Ziad Chebab (left), and third-placed driver Abdullah al-Kuwari and navigator Nasser al-Kuwari, both from Qatar, yesterday.
End the meal with a chebab, an Emirati take on the classic pancakes served with date syrup and cream cheese or honey.
Hicham Chebab, a ministries missionary for Salam Christian Worship.
Those looking to relax over an afternoon tea with friends and family will be spoilt for choice with a number of irresistible treats in the form of cheese-rolled dates and cardamom mohalla crepes, mini saffron coin chebab pancakes layered with dates, honey and vanilla ice cream; Emirati style creamy egg sandwiches Mulawahish, and Baidh Tumat tartlets filled with spiced tomato and eggs scramble, and topped with truffle cream cheese.
End your fast with dates and Arabic coffee and choose from a variety of Emirati options such as khameer, chebab, Machoos and saloona.
According to the work of Chebab and Gharbi on the direct impact of regret on behavior through the effects of dissatisfaction show that the link between regret and dissatisfaction is even lower when the individual has an internal locus of control (18).
Trata-se de uma especie de caducidade, onde a informacao, pelo decurso do tempo e por sua proximidade com os direitos fundamentais afetos a personalidade, perece ou deveria perecer, ainda que por imposicao de lei" (CHEBAB, 2015, p.88)
Ces conflits ont vu l'implantation de groupes armes tels que Boko Haram, les Chebab, l'Armee du seigneur, Daech.
As for hospitality, all visitors were offered Arabic tea, Chebab (Emirati pancakes) and the local delicacy, luqaimats - dumplings of butter, milk, sugar, flour, saffron and cardamom, deep fried and drizzled with sugar syrup and sesame made by Emirati ladies in tents.
Chebab declined to elaborate on what other options Rai might resort to if all efforts to elect a president failed.
Je me rappelle que lorsque j'avais 11ans, j'ai voyage avec un groupe de 50 personnes pour le compte d'une colonie de vacances organisee par Dar Chebab qui est pres de nous.
The Dhs46 meal consists of a platter of the roll-like khameer, Emirati pancake chebab, rice-like balaleet and wrap-style muhalla.