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- Aicha a.k.a. Aïcha is an actress.
- profession: Actor
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- Aicha a.k.a. Emma Saïd ben Mohammed was the mother of Annetta Giovanna Maillard.
- Aicha is a fictional character from the 2006 film Dry Season.
- Aicha is a fictional character from the 2011 film Black Gold.
- Aicha is a fictional character from the 1981 film Aziza.
- Aicha a.k.a. Aïcha is a fictional character from the 2010 film Top Floor, Left Wing.
- Aicha is a fictional film character.
- Aicha is a fictional film character.
- Aicha a.k.a. Aïcha is a fictional film character.
- "Aicha" a.k.a. "Aïcha" is the name of a song written by the French singer songwriter Jean-Jacques Goldman. The title refers to an Arabic female name. The song was originally performed by Algerian raï artist Khaled. The original French single was never released in an album, though Khaled's 1996 album Sahra featured a bilingual version of the song sung in both French and Arabic. The Arabic lyrics for the bilingual version of the song are written by Khaled. Khaled's music video was directed by Sarah Moon.
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- "Aicha" is a 2003 single by Outlandish.
- released on (11 years ago)
- award: - Echo Award for Best Single of the Year (International) nomination for Outlandish
- "Aicha" a.k.a. "Aïcha" is a 1996 single album by Khaled.
- released in (19 years ago)
"Aicha" is a short film, directed by Francis Warin.
- country: Tunisia
- language: French
- released in (54 years ago)
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by Bruce S. Hall
Tin Aicha is an otherwise unremarkable place of sand dunes, acacia trees, sheep , goats, and scattered compounds with straw shelters and the rare adobe structure. In good years, Lake Faguibine fills with water from the annual rise of the ...
by Jill Berk Jiminez
GOBLET Aicha Goblet and Hermine David on an outing: photograph, undated; private collection Born c.1898. Possibly from a Martinique family. Brought up in northern France. Performed as a child as a circus bareback rider.
by Khosrow-Pour, Mehdi
The database designeror administrator must restore information concerning authors Aicha and Cristiana in database state S2 by explicitly inserting them as new tuples, through the following SQL statements (executed within the same ...
by Pascal James Imperato, Gavin H. Imperato
FOFANA, AICHA LAILA (1957—2003). Novelist, translator, and interpreter, Aicha Fofana was the daughter of Dr. Bénitiéni Fofana, former ...
by Cyrus Byington
aiachefa wash room, aboha nan aiachefa wash the hands, to; ibachifa, ibbak achefa washed; achefa, aicha, alhehefa, alhehifa washed bright, okshauanli washed clean, okshauanli washtub; aiachefa, nan aiachefa washwoman; nan achefa, ...
by Aomar Boum, Thomas K. Park
In Droits de citoyenneté des femmes au Maghreb: La condition socio- économique et juridique des femmes, le mouvement des femmes, Aicha Belarbi et al., eds., 209–223. Casablanca: Le Fennec, 1997. Moga Romero, V. Peplos y jaiques.
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Berber Camp in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco
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Scrabble value of A1I1C3H4A1
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