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Who is Hamida?
Hamida a.k.a. Hameeda is an actor.
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- Hamida is a fictional character from the 1972 film Zameen Aasmaan.
- Hamida is a fictional character from the 1981 film Fottowat Boulak.
- Hamida is a fictional character from the 2003 film Pinjar.
- Hamida is a fictional character from the book Midaq Alley.
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by David I. Owen, Martha A. Morrison
Tell Hamida is a twenty-three hectare site located midway between the towns of Uwainat and Rabiyah in Iraq's North Jazira. Although larger in surface area than Chagar Bazar, the volume of settlement debris here is considerably less; at its ...
as-Sadiq by Mohamed Raza Dungersi
Hamida is a woman and as such cannot be the Imam ...
From Khushwant Singh to Amitav Ghosh by Rituparna Roy
As Sidhwa herself said to Alok Bhalla, 'Hamida is a sort of composite figure (.
Cenozoic Mammals of Africa (2010)
by Lars Werdelin, William Joseph Sanders
Lynx thomasi from Oulad Hamida is a clearly distinct species, but its relationships to other members of the genus remain obscure. Genus MACHAIRODUS Kaup, 1833 Diagnosis After Antón et al. (2004). Lion-sized felid; skull narrow across the ...
Accompanied by a Reversed Dictionary, English and Hindustani by Duncan Forbes
x:- hamida, akhlāki hamida, praiseworthy disposition an amida, laudable quali. fications. a. U-- hamil, m, a son of a whore, a bastard; a surety; herbs, sticks, &c, carried down by the stream. a. U- Minnā, f. the tree with which the Indians stain ...
by Muhammad Suwaed
Bani Hamida used to be a nomadic shepherding clan that controlled a territory east of the Dead Sea in the era of the Ottoman Empire.
At the end of the 19th century, the Bani Hamida became renowned for breeding superb Arabian horses .
by Peter Hunt
Hamida. Bosmajian. Because the child and childhood hold a privileged position in most psychoanalytical theories, the elective affinity between children's literature and psychological criticism seems even more natural than the affinity between ...
by Bernard Wood
Hamida. 1. See. Thomas. Quarry. out-of-Africa hypothesis This hypothesis on modern human origins emerged during the 1980s and drew upon paleontological, archeological, and genetic evidence ...
by Peter Chalk
Just under a month later, a court indicted 24 people for murder: Islambouli, the killing team's commander; Atta Tayem Hamida Rahim, a former Air Defense Command reserve officer; Home Guard member Sergeant Hussein Abbas Mohammed; ...
by Bernard Wood
Oulad Hamida 1 See Thomas Quarry.
by Iqtidar Alam Khan
Khuhro, Hamida, ed. Sind through the Centuries. Karachi: Oxford University Press, 198 1 . Majumdar, A. K. The Chaulukyas of Gujarat.
by Robert D. Burrowes
Naana, Hamida ...
by Dilip Hiro
became a leading construction magnate—and Alia Hamida ...
by James C. Docherty, Sjaak van der Velden
Ben Hamida, and J. Bessis (eds.). Le Mouvement Ouvrier Magrébin. Paris: Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1985. (Organized Labor in the Magreb.) Sturmthal, Adolf F. Left of Center: European ...
by Shahid Javed Burki
Khuhro, Hamida. “Masjid Manzilgah, 1939–40: Test Case for ...
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Bani Hamida Mountains
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