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Bashara a.k.a. Beshara were a British reggae band from Moseley, Birmingham, that formed in 1976. The band are most notable for their 1981 lovers rock hit "Men Cry Too", which reached number 6 in the British reggae charts. Although known for their lovers rock singles, they were also very capable of recording roots reggae. This can be heard in the hymnal recording, "Glory Glory".
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Justice and Remembrance (2007)
Introducing the Spirituality of Imam Ali by Reza Shah-Kazemi
In the Arabic expression 'wa basharu rith al-yaqin', the primary meaning of the word bashara means having intimate experience of a thing, coming into direct physical contact with it. This form of the verb also relates to joy; hence, the phrase ...
by Wesley Muhammad
The noun bashara means external skin closest to the flesh (epidermis). It is thus a cognate of the Hebrew word bāsār “flesh”. The Arabic term bashar thus indicates that human beings are 'fleshy' and it associates them with “scrapes”.
by John Grasso
Adrien Baillargeon Tony Baillargeon Charles Baillargeon Jean Baillargeon Lionel Baillargeon Paul Baillargeon “Handsome” Johnny Barend Doug Basham Ellis Bashara George Becker Fred Beell Shelton Benjamin Chris Benoit Dick Beyer ...
An Anglo-Indian Dictionary (1885)
A Glossary of Indian Terms Used in English, and of Such English Or Other Non-Indian Terms as Have Obtained Special Meanings in India by George Clifford Whitworth
Bashara. [Hindustani, from the Persian bah, according to, and the Arabic shara, the law.] The word signifies ' according to the law,' and is applied to those classes of fakirs who observe the koran, as distinguished from the beshara, without the ...
by Philip D. Morehead
chaplain, curate; preacher, reader, lecturer; missionary, propagandist, Salvationist, revivalist, gospel singer or preacher, evangelist; almoner, verger, beadle, sexton, sacristan; Brahman, pundit, guru, bashara; ayatollah; druid[ess], hierophant ...
bashara To peel of the bark. and A bringer of good tidings. A man, men, human beings; masc. and fem. sing. and plur. Good news; (57:12), “Good news to you;” is replaced by before the affixed pronoun. A bearer of good tidings.
by P. Somasundaran
Bashara, N.M. Ellipsometry and Polarized Light; North Holland: Amsterdam, 1977. 11. Kruger, J. The oxide films formed on copper single- crystal surfaces in water. II. Rate of growth at room temperature. J. Electrochem. Soc.
by Tony Jaques
598 Bashara. Wad (Emir), 425 Bashir II (Emir of Lebanon). 454 Bashiratganj (Indian Mutiny), ...
98 Ohio 77, 120 NE 232; Bashara ...
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