jeel


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jeel

(dʒiːl)
vb (intr)
(of jelly, jam, etc) to congeal or become firm
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On September 22, 2018, the Somali Region State closed Jeel Ogaaden, saying it would be turned into a museum.
The Jeel programme was launched in December 2015 under the patronage of Shaikha Jawaher Bint Mohammad Al Qasimi, wife of His Highness Dr Shaikh Sultan Bin Mohammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, to build the capacity of women in remote areas of Sharjah to convert their ideas into viable businesses.
Meanwhile, a welfareworker at Al Jeel Al Jadid Private School, where Obaida studied, described how pupils wept on Monday morning as they took part in a memorial for Obaida.
According to details that police personnel of Police stations City, Saddar, Billi Tank, Shakar Dara and Cant in their jurisdictions 13 criminals identified as Saifur Rehman, Mujahid Naveed, Khameer Shah, Umer Farooq, Dawood, Zaafran, Konsal Khan, Imtiaz Hussain, Rasheed Khan, Ahmad, Shah Jeel, Fawad and Zahid were arrested while collectively one pistol, 25 bullets, two bottle of alcohol and 1900 gram hashish have recovered from them, Police have registered cases separately.
On an earlier visit when I had asked her if she approved of the idea of recording Nakba suffering, she had answered 'Mish ghalat [It's not a mistake], and offered to take me to record with Um Saleh, one of the few surviving members of the jeel Filasteen in Shatila, who could remember the expulsions of 1948.
More than 300 children from the camps of Bethlehem and the schools of Alshoruq, Alalaiah, Jeel Alamal, Zuhur Alamal, and SOS Children's village as well as the institutions of Laylac and Annwras enjoyed the activities of storytelling, telematch games, sports, wall murals painting, and clowns.
The office was inaugurated by Igor Leprince, head of Middle East and Africa business region, NSN, in the presence of Faisel Gergab, chairman of the Libyan Post, Telecommunication and Information Technology Company (LPTIC), and the dignitaries of Libyan telecom operators including Al Jeel, Al Madar, and Libyana.
Al Jeel Al Jadeed, which is a subsidiary to Libya Post Telecom and Information Technology Company (LPTIC) has replaced old General Post and Telecommunications Company (GPTC) as a distributor of Thuraya IP and Marine services, which will be promoted to vertical markets in Libya.
The four-day event will be organized by the Jizan Chamber of Commerce and Industry in cooperation with Al Jeel Group for Organizing Exhibitions and Conferences.
The top three individual players: Ahmed Al Jeel, Salman Abdulla and Salman Badal.