sheety

sheety

(ˈʃiːtɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
spreading, covering, or stretching out in a broad sheet
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- Roger Sheety is a freelance editor and writer, and has published essays and articles for the Palestine Chronicle and the Middle East Eye.
Maids and bachelors are kept separate, confined to their respective "side" of this Melvillian "diptych." But the shirts off the bachelors' bodies cross from one "side" to the other as rags in the paper trade, entering the bodies of the maids and making them look pallid and "sheety." (12)
Besides, Ratnakar Sheety ( BCCI general manager, game development) is also talking to them.
Specific pulmonary function tests also assist in determining the problems in the respiratory system as well (Sheety, 2005).
With: Sasson Gabai, Ronit Elkabetz, Saleh Bakri, Khalifa Natom, Imad Jabarin, Tarak Kopty, Hisham Khoury, Francois Kheel, Eyad Sheety, Shlomi Avraham, Rubi Moscovich, Hila Surjon Fischer, Uri Gabriel, Ahouva Keren.
Through her, I got in touch with Chuck Pervis, an older brother of 51-year-old Jane Sheety.
These are mere "delusions," argued Roger Sheety in a recent article.
The same team spirit that saw Aayush Sheety and Kaushik Eswaran walking away with the trophy in Heat Four.
Khoury Mona Clara Khoury Marwan Ashraf Barhoum Hattem Eyad Sheety Evelyna Evelyne Kaplun Jeanne Julie-Anne Roth Amin Adnan Trabshi The Mother Marlene Bajjali Joseph Robert Hoenig Tallel Derar Sliman Syrian Officer Norman Issa (Arabic, English, Hebrew, Russian, French dialogue) Helmed by an Israeli Jew, co-written by a Palestinian and centered around a Druze family divided by the near impermeable Israeli-Syrian border, "The Syrian Bride" reps generous-hearted ensemble storytelling.
These are mere 'delusions', argued Roger Sheety in a recent article.