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Who is Warda?

Warda a.k.a. Warda al-Jazairia was an Algerian singer who was well known for her pan-Arabist songs and music. Her name literally meant Warda the Algerian, but she was commonly referred to as just Warda or as "The Algerian Rose" in the Western media.

Characters

  1. Warda is a fictional character from the 2007 film Mengejar Mas-Mas.
  2. Warda is a fictional character from the 1993 Egyptian drama film Marcides.
  3. Warda is a fictional character from the 1984 Television Series Daaoni Aeish.
  4. Warda is a fictional character from the TV series Samhony ma kansh asdy.
  5. Warda is a fictional character from the 1987 film Al Kharteet.
  6. Warda is a fictional character from the 1992 film Al-ghaarkana.
  7. Warda is a fictional character from the 1957 film Man on the Tracks.
  8. Warda is a fictional film character.

Film

"Warda" is an Egyptian 2008 short film.

Place

Warda is an unincorporated community in northern Fayette County, Texas, United States. Although it is unincorporated, Warda has a post office, with the ZIP code of 78960.

Phrases with Warda

  1. Platygaster warda
  2. species Platygaster warda

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Warda

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Google previewRice in the Tropics (1979)

A Guide to the Development of National Programs by Robert Flint Chandler

West African Rice Development Association WARDA is a multinational rice research and development organization that has 14 West African countries as members. Its headquarters are in Liberia, and its governing council is composed of one ...

Google previewRe-Framing Identities (2017)

Architecture's Turn to History, 1970-1990 by Ákos Moravánszky, Torsten Lange

Johannes Warda is an architectural scholar and teacher working on a wide range of subjects such as sustainability, preservation, the history of ideas, and architectural and design theory. After studying History, American Studies, Political ...

Google previewObstetrics (1914)

1914

Warda refers to the revolutionizing work of Hitschmann and Adler, published in 1908, on the cycle of the four ...

Google previewRice Almanac (2002)

Source Book for the Most Important Economic Activity on Earth by Jay L. Maclean, David Charles Dawe

Mandate and structure WARDA is an autonomous intergovernmental research association of 17 countries in West and Central Africa: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Côte d'Ivoire, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Liberia, ...

Google previewNorth African Women in France (2006)

Gender, Culture, and Identity by Caitlin Killian

Warda is a 58-year-old French citizen from ...

Google previewImproving Weed Management (1982)

Proceedings of the FAO/IWSS Expert Consultation on Improving Weed Management in Developing Countries, Rome, 6-10 September 1982

WARDA is a regional research centre with a research programme aimed at improving rice production in West Africa, most of which is upland rice. Losses caused by weeds are higher and hand weeding takes more time in upland rice than in ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of International Organizations in Africa and the Middle East (2015)

by Terry M. Mays

WEST AFRICAN RICE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (WARDA)/ ASSOCIATION POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT DE LA RIZICULTURE EN L' AFRIQUE DE L'OUEST (ADRAO). WARDA was established in 1971 and headquartered in Bouake, ...

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Acronyms, Initialisms, Abbreviations and Symbols (2003)

by Fioretta. Benedetto Mattia

WARDA West Africa Rice Development Association. Ivory Cost. Founded in 1970 . warda The above acronym was coined accidentally using the Arabic word DVardaDwhich means in Arabic: rose (the flower) (Botany). WARDAM war damage ...

Google previewNew SCM Dictionary of Liturgy and Worship (2013)

by Paul F. Bradshaw

Warda (from the apparent twelfth/ thirteenth-century author George Warda) contains hymns describing the feasts, sung after the gospel and during communion. (g) Taksa d'Qudas'a (from the Greek for 'order') contains the eucharistic liturgies ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Law (1891)

Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern ... by Henry Campbell Black

WARDA WARRANT WARDA. L. Lat. In old English law. Ward; guard; protection; keeping; custody. Spelman. A ward; an infant under wardship. Id. In old Scotch law. An award; the judgment of a court. WABDAGE. Money paid and contributed to ...

Google previewDictionary of Political Economy (1910)

by Sir Robert Harry Inglis Palgrave

pro warda, the payment in lieu of keeping watch and ward. Warda. at Wardpam' occur in the charter of Henry II. to Waltham Abbey. (MOTHZSL Anglia. (ed. 1673), ii. 14 b. 40.) R. H. WARDEN OF THE ...

Google previewThe Cyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature (1819)

by Abraham Rees

Ecclesiæ, Warda . See WARDA. Ecclesiæ Sculptura, the image or sculpture of a church in ancient times was often cut out in plate or other metal, and preserved as a religious ...

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