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Definition of the noun Ismaila
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Ismaila is a genus of Splanchnotrophidae, described by Bergh in 1868.
- synonym: genus Ismaila
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Maxillopoda
- order: Poecilostomatoida
- family: Splanchnotrophidae
- species Ismaila aliena
- species Ismaila androphila
- species Ismaila belciki
- species Ismaila chaihuiensis
- species Ismaila damnosa
- species Ismaila genalis
- species Ismaila jenseniana
- species Ismaila magellanica
- species Ismaila monstrosa
- species Ismaila obtusa
- species Ismaila occulta
- species Ismaila robusta
- species Ismaila socialis
- species Ismaila volatilis
Ismaila is a town and Union Council of Swabi District in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.
Phrases with Ismaila
Phrases starting with the word Ismaila:
- Ismaila Aliena
- Ismaila Obtusa
- Ismaila belciki
- Ismaila Damnosa
- Ismaila occulta
- Ismaila Robusta
- Ismaila Socialis
- Ismaila Monstrosa
- Ismaila Androphila
- Ismaila Jenseniana
- Ismaila Magellanica
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Other phrases containing the word Ismaila:
- Species Ismaila Aliena
- Species Ismaila Obtusa
- Species Ismaila Belciki
- Species Ismaila Damnosa
- Species Ismaila Occulta
- Species Ismaila Robusta
- Species Ismaila Socialis
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Of the Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World by John Ramsay McCulloch
Ismaila is a flourishing and picturesque little town of 3.000 inhabitants, situated in the centre of the isthmus, 75 kilometres from Port Said, midway lietwecn the two seas at the north end of Lake Timsah, and owes its existence to the works of the ...
Africa, and African travel and adventure, including the life and travels of Dr. Livingstone, Stanley, Cameron, and the ancient and modern explorers (1874)
by John S. Roberts
Ismaila is a pretty ...
Glints from Over the Water (1880)
by Parsons Brainard Cogswell
Ismaila is a very pretty town, regularly laid out with good streets, ornamented with handsome trees, and evidently occupied by a better class of people than inhabit most Egyptian towns. It cannot have a very large business, but seems to be a ...
by Edward Henry Bickersteth (bp. of Exeter)
Ismaila is a most characteristic place, and such an one as could hardly be met with anywhere else : a French town, with 8,000 European and 3,000 native inhabitants, which has sprung up as it were in a day, in the midst of the desert.
A Dictionary Geographical, Statistical, and Historical of the Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World by J. R. M'Culloch (1866)
Ismaila is a flourishing and picturesque little town of 3,000 inhabitants, situated in the centre of the isthmus, 75 kilometres from Port Said, midway between the two seas at the northv end of Lake Timsah, and owes its existence to the works of ...
A dictionary, geographical, statistical, and historical, of the various countries, places, and principal natural objects in the world (1866)
by John Ramsay M'Culloch
Ismaila is a flourishing and picturesque little town of 3,000 inhabitants, situated in the centre of the isthmus, 75 kilometres from Port Said, midway between the two seas at the north end of Lake Timsah, and owes its existence to the works of the ...
Encyclopedia of the Yoruba (2016)
by Toyin Falola, Akintunde Akinyemi
Ito, Ismaila. “Nomadic Education and Education for Nomadic Fulani.” http://www. gamji.com/fulani7.htm. Michael Ọládẹjọ Afọláyan edUcatIOn: mOdern (JUnIOr and senIOr secOndary) The secondary education system comprises three years of ...
by Eric Michael Mazur
Tabata Ndiaye, Moustapha Yade, Ismaila Diagne, Matoura Dia, Omar Gueye. [ Africa] Celebration, The. See Festen. Celebrity, 1998. Dir. Woody Allen. Greg Mottola, Jeff Mazzola, Dick Mingalone, Valdimir Bibic, Melanie Griffith. [Allen, Woody] ...
An Encyclopedia of Culture and Society by Toyin Falola Ph.D., Daniel Jean-Jacques
Capital: Cairo Major Cities: Alexander, Cairo, Port Said, Suez, Giza, Luzor, Tanta, Mansoura, Ismaila, Aswan, Minya, Faiyum, Asyut, Damietta, Beni Suef, Zagazig Population: 85 million Languages: Official: Modern Standard Arabic; unofficial: ...
Africa by Ousmane Diakhate, Hansel Ndumbe Eyoh, Don Rubin
Ismaila Samba Traoré, Abdoulaye Ascofare, Gaoussou Diawara, Oumar Kanouté (Professor, Higher Teachers' Training School) Readers : Sylvia ...
by W. Martin James
Ismaila Seck (Senegal), and Lena Sundh (Sweden) as members. Its mandate was ...
by Molefi Kete Asante, Ama Mazama
Origins and Ethnicities There is a strong drive for Idoma to be extensively used in all Idoma Schools of Benue State, and many Idoma writers and scholars, such as Onka Oblete, Ismaila Amali, Idris Amali, Usman Amali, and Stephen Obeya, are ...
by Herbert B. Mason
Ismaila. Orissa. Waroonga.
by Bill T. Arnold, H. G. M. Williamson
A silver vessel from Tell elMaskhuta near Ismaila, Egypt, bearing the inscription, “ Qaynu the son of Gashmu, the king of Qedar,” may also be cited, indicating that Geshem controlled vast areas from northeast Egypt to northern Arabia and ...
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Scrabble value of I1S1M3A1I1L1A1
The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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