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Mullah

A Muslim who is religiously educated. Some mullahs are experts in Islamic finance.
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All of these personages remain standing, except the mollahs, and are so placed as to fonn a lane the entire length of the audience-hall, up which the Shah-in-Shah proceeds with stately steps and seats himself on the carpet of pearls before the peacock throne.
The resolution was tabled by MNA Sher Akbar Khan offering condolence with Bangladesh and family of Mollah.
Mollah was executed on Thursday for war crimes committed during the 1971 war of independence from Pakistan.
2000) Bangladesh 1986-1999 (DSE) Mobarek and Keasey Bangladesh 1988-1997 (2002) (DSE) Ahmed (2002) Bangladesh 1990-2001 (DSE) Khaled and Islam Bangladesh 1990-2001 (2005) (DSE) Mollah, Rahman and Bangladesh 2001-2003 Islam (2005) (DSE-20) Study Methodology Findings Developed Markets: Lo and MacKinlay Variance ratio test - (1988) Lee (1992) Variance ratio test + Choudhry (1994) ADF unit root test + KPSS unit root tests Johansen cointegration tests Chan et al.
After reading a newspaper article about Noor Nobi Mollah, the "Birdman of Calcutta," Veronika Charles became so intrigued that she travelled to India, found Noor Nobi, and witnessed the freeing of the birds for herself.
The bomber gave his name as Abdur Razzak, 25, said Abdul Halim Mollah, a doctor at Gazipur Sadar Hospital, who treated him.
Dr Ronnie Mollah, of Dundee, did not realise traffic police were behind his Porsche as he raced to get his partner to her work on time.
Albareh Art Gallery, Adliya, is hosting an exhibition titled Au Pays des Mollahs ('Mollah's Land'), which showcases paintings by Iranian-Canadian artist Sayeh Sarfaraz.
The aggregate of three- under 285 left overnight leader Amardip tied with Bangladesh's Zamal Hossain Mollah, who braved swirling winds for a fourth- round oneunder 71, for the top position.
La [beaucoup moins que] Qaedat al-Jihad in the Indian Subcontinent [beaucoup plus grand que] (al Qaida en guerre sainte sur le sous-continent indien), placee sous l'autorite du Pakistanais Asim Umar subordonne au chef des talibans afghans, le mollah Omar, souffre du tarissement des sources de recrutement des jeunes indiens.
Remember Abdul Quader Mollah, leader of the Jamt-e-Islami, who was sentenced to death in Bangladesh.