sakia


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sakia

(ˈsɑːkɪə) ,

sakieh

or

sakiyeh

n
a Middle Eastern water wheel
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The eighth edition of the Sakia Book Exhibition, which runs until Saturday, August 24, will be held at Al-Nahr Hall.
Apres les efforts accomplis par feu SM Hassan II, en matiere d'edification des infrastructures dans Oued Eddahab et la Sakia Al Hamra, la regionalisation avancee progresse et, surtout, dans le sud marocain, objet de la plus grande sollicitude royale.
The plan includes 'interpretation of Jumu'ah Khutbah in the Two Holy Mosques to 10 languages', the creation of 210 doors and 28 escalators at Masjid Al-Haram , as well as the equipment of Sakia Zamzam Department with 660 large bottles in the same mosque.
We know for certain that Lahore was important enough for Siddhartha of the Sakia clan to visit and stay for three months here.
Summary: Guwahati (Assam) [India], May 08 (ANI): Assam police have taken adequate security measures ahead of the publication of the additional draft of the National Register of Citizens (NRC), DGP Kuladhar Sakia said on Tuesday.
Tens of mercenaries were killed and injured when the army stormed their sites in Sakia, Ghail district, Jawf province, which resulted in killing tens and injuring of tens of the enemy's troops and destruction military vehicle carrying a machine gun, he said.
My Name Is Nour had its premiere at Sakia's Documentary Film Festival.
I do have crystal clear memories of the gruesome murders of Shepard--as well as Brandon Teena, Sakia Gunn, Angie Zapata, and even James Byrd (who wasn't gay), in part cemented by the words I wrote about them at the time.
Gupta V, Singh SK, Kakkar N, Jain S, Kalra N, Sakia UN.