sayon

sayon

(sɛjɔ̃n)
n
a sleeveless tunic worn by lower-class men during the Middle Ages
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Other journalists included State - owned LBS' Isaac Freeman and Joseph Sayon. The accident at the time killed Mr.
Mabini National High School - Special Program in the Arts got the second award while the Sining Sayon Dawet Cultural Ensemble (DCNHS) got the third place.
It is incumbent on all Muslims to leave the sayon matters of knowledge to whom they are due and not to enter into theissues of Halaal and Haraam on which they have no knowledge.
(13.) Thibault V, Laperche S, Thiers V, Sayon S, Letort MJ, Delarocque-Astagneau E, et al.
Among the respondents from Premier Oak are Juden Eslao, president; Gerly Ebias, director; Severino Aycocho, director; Meldy Sayon, treasurer; and brokers Homaidi Sarip Ibrahim, Mohammad Salman Cosain Amerol and Malik Nooman Regaro Molok.
See also Sayon Dutta et al., Automated Detection Using Natural Language Processing of Radiologists Recommendations for Additional Imaging of Incidental Findings, 62 ANNALS EMERGENCY MED.
It was dumbfounding to hear the transport minister Marios Demetriades sayon Mondaythat the authorities had no idea what's causing persistent pollution along the Limassol coastline.
(15) With respect to alcohol consumption, the study shows its association to excess weight, as it has also been shown by the systematic review by Sayon et al., (16) on this theme.
Homobono Sayon, chief of the Mabolo police station, said they went to the houses of those who surrendered to monitor them and make sure they had stopped selling shabu.