geit


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geit

(ɡaɪt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a border on clothing
vb (tr)
to put a border on (an article of clothing)
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"The deficit in the Palestinian budget has reached about $700 million (Dh2.56 billion) amid limited resources," Abu Al Geit added.
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At that time in the vernacular language, the Old Scandinavian word for goat was "geit" which unfortunately later became confused with "gate".
Israeli troops also roamed around the towns of Dahriyeh, Jeser Halhul, Geit Kahel, Bani Nueim and Fuar camp.
The US Secretary of the State, Hillary Clinton, described it as a 'ticking bomb'; the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Ahmed Abul Geit, referred to it as the remaking of Sudan; President Barack Obama, during his address of the UN Security Council meeting in New York on 24 September, expressed similar sentiment when he said: "What happens in Sudan in the days ahead may decide whether a people who have endured too much war move towards peace or slip backwards into bloodshed." Depending on how you look at it, this event is of immense significance to Sudan, and sometimes seems to mean different things to different people - in a way akin to the ten blind men guessing what an elephant looks like.
Clinton, Abul Geit, and a team of Egyptian officials have been discussing ways to reactivate the stalled Mideast peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
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Ahmad Abul Geit told government newspaper Al Ahram that members of one convoy, led by British lawmaker George Galloway, committed "criminal" acts on Egyptian soil on their way to the enclave.
From their conversations with the Niemans, the children have learned some Dutch words, such as geit [goat] and maf [crazy], which they use among each other.