Egyptian Hand

Egyptian Hand

An ancient Egyptian unit of length approximately equivalent to 9.38 centimeters.
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In the meantime, Jamil al-Sayyed, former head of Lebanon's General Security has called on Minister of Justice, Ibrahim Najjar, to "take suitable measures and demand that the Egyptian hand over Siddiq to the Lebanese judicial authorities," AS SAFIR reported.
Drums made of stretched skin are good examples of these early instruments, as are our Egyptian hand clappers.
Next, two Egyptian hand maidens were painted either side of the bed.
The competition is launched by the festival and the foundation with the aim of empowering skilled Egyptian artists and craftsmen, supporting their creative practices and enhancing the value of products made exclusively by Egyptian hands to introduce Egypt to the world through a high quality product that reflects Egyptian history, identity and culture.
The frigate was built by Egyptian hands with the cooperation of France at the Alexandria Maritime Shipyard, the army added.
A state and military owned developer has now taken over the project, insisting that the New Administrative Capital will be "built by Egyptian hands".
"Egyptian hands impressed the whole world in one year," he said.
They decided to crash it inside Israeli territory to avoid the risk of the advanced aircraft falling into Egyptian hands.
On a less palatial scale is the nearby Windsor Hotel in Alfi Bey Street, which has been in Egyptian hands since 1962 and is still owned by the Doss family.
Reports now indicate Shalit is in Egyptian hands, and that a host of 16
In January 2011, ownership of Omar Effendi returned to Egyptian hands. Al-Aseel, owned by Egyptian businessman Yassin Algan, bought Anwal's stake in the company for LE235 million in addition to assuming the financial obligations totaling LE 635 million overall payment totaling LE 880 million.
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