n.1.A loose outer garment worn the 16th and 17th centuries.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The inspiration for CAI Para Mi came from founder Ralph Mandil.
In turn, Chairman of Deir Ezzor's City Council, Raed Mandil said that combing the Banorama Roundabout from the terrorists' remnants ensures the safety of locals in the city , who used to visit the area in Spring ,and spare the civilians risks of mines, which resulting in killing and injuring scores of the civilians in the past period.
This came during a meeting at his office on Sunday with the delegation of the Russian Mero Cold Company for Agricultural and Animal Resources Production headed by its Director, Vladimir Ansenov, in the presence of the Director of the General Administration of Investment in the State Amir Yahya Harun and the Company's Legal and Economic Advisors Andre Mandil and Mohamed Mandeev.
Buraidah, Safar 13, 1440, October 22, 2018, SPA -- Princess Abeer Bint Salman Al Mandil, the Wife of the Governor of Qassim Region, here on Sunday evening patronized the closing ceremony of the 88th National Day celebrations by the neighborhood clubs' schools.
Ahmad Mandil from WHO EMRO gave an overview of Scientific Writing and Publishing.
Ahmed Mandil Coordinator Research Development and Innovation Information from WHO EMRO, Ms.
2008 -- Athletes Jassem Alآ Mas and Abdulaziz Alآ Mandil nabbed two gold medals at the 13th Arab Track and Field games in Tunisia in the 400 meter hurdles and the 110 meter hurdles category.
Professor of Law from the University of Washington, Dr Beth Rivin a Pediatrician from Indonesia, Professor Yati Soearto, WHO's representatives Dr Ahmed Mandil and Ms Abha Saxena and Vize Regional Advsor of UNESCO Dr Susan were other speakers.