twal

twal

(twɔːl)
n
1. (Mathematics) the twelve
2. (Mathematics) one twelfth
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Ay, an up-tae-date, tak last Setterday's tryst bi fower or wis't twal thoosan, depends fa ye believe, wavin saltire flags an aa kyns o tartan, mairchin doon Union Street in the name o independence.
Alia Al Twal, the trail-blazing Jordanian pilot, will moderate the panel discussion.
The Catholic ordinaries, including Pierbattista Pizzaballa, Apostolic Administrator of the Patriarchate of Jerusalem for Latins, and former Latin patriarchs Michel Sabbah and Fouad Twal, said that "by promulgating 'the development of Jewish settlement as a national value and will act to encourage and promote its establishment and consolidation', the law promotes an inherent discriminatory vision.
Al-Wasel also pointed out that the Arab coalition has opened two land crossings at the southern Saudi borders, in Twal and Al-Khadra.
The second raid resulted in the destruction of a weapons depot and a the death of a number of coup elements in Twal Al-Sada, Asylan.
19 (Petra) -- Deputizing for His Majesty King Abdullah II, Jordan's Ambassador to Venezuela, Malek Twal, participated in the 17th summit of the Non-Aligned Movement, held in Venezuela's Margarita Island.
Father Eyad Twal, which was followed by a reception.
The current Latin patriarch, Fouad Twal, was not among the signatories.
The top Roman Catholic cleric in the Holy Land, Latin patriarch Fouad Twal, led a prayer for about 1,000 worshippers as bells rang and tourists from around the world flocked to the fourth-century Church of the Nativity complex to see the grotto that is Jesus's traditional birthplace.