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Nass

In Islamic law, a legal text written by a sharia scholar.
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(72) "Du nimmst vom Quecksilber, das durch Aufstreuen von Schwefel (zur Rote) verfestigt ist, ein Rati [sic], und vom Vitriol ebensoviel, und vom gelben Schwefel so viel wie die Halfte des Vitriols, pulverst es rait bestem Weinessig eine gute Stunde, wirfst dann ebensoviel gerostetes Sal2 als Vitriol daruf und lasst es, nachdem seine Nasse weggenommen ist, siebenmal aufsteigen.
Sil'on repense la relation de la poesie et de la sexualite a la lumiere des Gender Studies, le devoilement progressif de Verlaine -- depuis ses debuts influences par Baudelaire et le Par nasse, jusqu'aux poemes erotiques de Ia fin--va de pair avec une nouvelle enonciation de la subjectivite en poesie.
Nasse Felder haben nicht nur die Pflanzungen, insbesondere die der Karotten, verzogert, sondera hinderten die Landwirte auch daran, die Felder pflanzfertig zu machen.
And when the chyldren have theym in theyr handes, dauncynge theim after their childyshe maner, commeth the father or the mother and saythe: What Nasse [i.e., Agnes], what haste thou there?
// Sa nasse a l'ouverture aggreablement belle; / Riche de mille fleurs: mais dedans elle cele / Le vergotigneux deffaut, la honte, & la langeur.
I'd like to talk more about this issue in my next column but, for now, my deepest condolences to the family of Ta'awon's player Nasse Albishi who died during the second round.
An accomplished photographer, she has been represented by the Ward Nasse Galley of New York, her photos appearing on Marcel Schulman Greeting Cards, Signature Greetings, and others.
El Salvador took the lead at the restart thanks to Tomas Hernandez and an own-goal from Nasse Al Muhaini, who mishandled an attempt to dispossess Frank Velasquez.
by Zeid Nasse First of all, let me say that this is not a political opinion, but a relatively neutral source, Time magazine, provides this story in factual detail.It's about the way Hezbollah's reportedly 'hijacks' website around the world to 'promote its causes, recruit and fund-raise'.The first question you may ask is why does Hezbollah need to do that?
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