Barmil

Barmil

A Maltese unit of volume approximately equivalent to 43.2 liters. It was originally used to measure alcohol. It is largely obsolete but is still used in some circumstances.
References in periodicals archive ?
The students involved were Abdelmonem Mohamed, Abdulrahman Al Tekreeti, Ayesha Zahid, Diana Enab, Esraa Abu El Rub, Farazat Mirza, Heba Farwati, Leen Aissamy, Najah Majdi, Nouf Turkmani, Sohairah Sohail, Fares Khaddour, Mariam Shaker, Merna Khaled, Sara Ghannam, Shafaq Qamar, Shangeda Nesrin, Wael Marawi, Ayah Darweesh, Diala Yaseen, Majd Al Omari, Mohamad Dibaje, Naheel Barmil, Umer Javid and Waleed Gawish.
"We are grateful to our shareowners who have validated the notion that people and profits can go hand in hand," said Azzad Vice President Jamal Barmil, in a statement "Focused on community development and poverty alleviation, WISEX is an active force for good in the world, in addition to being an important investment option for everyone from impact investors to observant Muslims." Barmil is also a co-portfolio manager for the fund.
"The success of this fund is a reflection of our commitment to the Azzad investment process," said Azzad Vice President Jamal Barmil. "Our diligent, yet principled, pursuit of opportunities in emerging markets has been validated once again by the accolades this Fund has received." Barmil added, "We share this honor with our many partners and supporters of halal investing."
It probably did not intend to help the likes of Hussein Barmil, a New York fugitive on the lam from the FBI.
What's more, Barmil, Rossey, and Rigor are just a few of the hundreds, perhaps thousands, of convicts who receive money each year from the victims compensation program, set up in 1984 for the purpose of reimbursing victims with no insurance or savings.