dawd

dawd

(dɔːd)
n
1. a reverberating blow or punch
2. a large, compact section of something that has been hit off that which it belongs to
vb
3. (intr) to totter or walk unsteadily
4. (tr) to help (a person who is walking unsteadily) to walk
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Dr Selma Eissa Hago Dawd, Internist Specialist at Dubai Hospital added that it is important to take precautionary steps ahead of Haj especially for the elderly and those who have chronic diseases.
Dr Selma Eisa Hago Dawd, internist specialist at Dubai Hospital, added that it is important to take precautionary steps ahead of Haj especially for the elderly and those who have chronic diseases.
Abdo Dawd Sulieman and a number of the of officials of the Ministry of Industry.
But now neither the current tribal chiefs nor the government can do anything to stop the injustice against us." Last week, a thief carrying a machine gun attempted to rob the house of Dawd Yahya, a 52-year-old Jew, but Dawd, who himself has a machine gun, foiled the robbery attempt.
LMAO @ Styx, Styx, Glenrothes A selection of funny chaps, including Teddy, Derek Baillie, Hawd It & Dawd It and Chris Conroy perform in Fife.
DAWD HSU, SUSTAINABLE NEW YORK CITY (2006) available at http://www.designtrust.org/projects/project_05sustnyc.html (last visited Apr.
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He admitted that he has been carrying out direct orders coming by phone from Dawd Ibssa, OLF's leader in Eritrea.
See generally DAWD SCHLOSSBERG, DEFINING ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: THEORIES, MOVEMENTS, AND NATURE (Oxford Univ.
Their mother died from a fever a year before Mr Musa was killed and they are being brought up by his father, Colonel Dawd Musa, a senior Basra police officer.
Kochin (2002:8) maak die volgende insiggewende opmerking oor die lewe van die hoofkarakter, Dawd Lurie, in Coetzee se roman, "Disgrace" (1999).