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feen

(fiːn)
n
dialect Irish an informal word for man
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Goddard$25"Grampa, who loved children; Annabel & Owen''$22"Eddie Frissora & Teresa Saulnier, miss & love you both''$20"Our gramps Michael Feen; Love, Dan & Lauren''$20Pepere & unborn grandchild$20Austin; Me$15Anthony Loverro & Family; Anne Loverro$10"Grandpa & Grandma Sund, Grandpa & Grandma Nelson, Auntie Lois, Uncle Howard; Donna, Don & Jen''$10"Matteo Anthony Ciuffredo, 25th Anniversary; Sue Angela Healy''$10Thomas & Bridget Ford & Family; Anne Loverro$10My Dad & Uncle George; Laura$8"Previous Donation: In Memory of Denis, Bridget, Daniel Hurley''$50DAILY TOTAL $11,031.06 GRAND TOTAL $129,691.90
Suarez JI Zaidat OO Suri MF Feen ES Lynch G Hickman J et al.
The nonprofit cultural organisation Al-Mawred Al-Thaqafy crafted the festival, themed Feen Al Sanyora (Where is the Queen?), to draw attention to the lack of exposure of female singers in the region.
Plant (A) (source: Ivar Leidus); package intact (10 cm width x 15 cm length) (B --verse) (source: second author) of Matricaria recutita (Asteraceae) and dried product (C) (Source: Feen).
A FEEN OLD TEAM: Warren Feeney reacquaints himself with the Linfield dressing room
One of the most provocative new series is "Rayheen ala feen" (Where Do We Go From Here?), which portrays the day-to-day lives of six young Egyptians as they contend with current issues like unemployment, sexual harassment, economic hardship and media censorship.