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semsem

(ˈsɛmsɛm)
n
another name for sesame
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BAGHDAD / NINA /- The expert of economic affairs, Sallam Semsem emphasized that transforming the economic budget issues to political represents a major breach of the items of the public budget, calling on economic actors of economic organizations to pressure the government agencies that violated the budget items in negotiations with the Kurdistan region on oil and financial revenues Economic issues and turned them into political and personal interests only.
DUBAI: Inspired by the iconic British actress and human rights activist Bianca Jagger, Egyptian designer Abeer Al-Otaiba's fashion label SemSem has released its Resort 2020 collection which also draws inspiration from the 1970s disco scene.
Organised at the headquarters of the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA), at the initiative of the General Management of University Renovation (French : DGVR) of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, this forum aims to present the HOMERe programme (high opportunity in Mediterranean for recruitment) and the SEMSEM platform (services for employability and mobility under the form of internships in companies for Maghreb and Mashreq students).
She performed the role of aunt Khairia in the famous children TV program '' Alam Semsem'' (Semsem world).
9 at New York City's Bergdorf Goodman in honor of SemSem founder and creative director Abeer Al Otaiba.
Muhammad bin Talal Semsem made an inspection tour, on Sunday, of a number of pilgrims transport companies and institutions.