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Qaryah

In Iraq, a political subdivision equivalent to a village.
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Two Bahrainis also took their lives - Eman Alwahed Alamer from Sitra was found hanging in the kitchen of her husband Hussain Abdulnabi's home in Al Qarya on June 3.
ijara (q.v.) mann Herati mann ~ 3 kg/6.6 lbs masalih al-amlak improvements to properties mawat, mumat abandoned or fallow lands mazra'a sown field, hamlet muhassilana tax to support the tax collector mustaghillat properties available for exploitation mutasarrifat properties in the possession of someone muzara'a sharecropping contract; rent is percentage of future crop muzari'un sharecroppers nafaqat al-qanawat expenditures for irrigation systems qarya village, but could mean small town (cf.
De todos modos, asumiendo el mismo criterio que Carlos Laliena, se entiende el concepto qarya desde una perspectiva historiografica, es decir, se enmarca dentro de las posibilidades que permiten identificar situaciones de poblamiento equivalentes a una villa (21).
Ibn Al Qarya, another user, said that he became emotional upon reading the letter.
Al Qarya team are placed in last position of Group 1 since they had no points.
The group had set off bombs in the island kingdom's Maqaba, Al Janabiya, Budaiya and Qarya vilages, prosecutor Ahmed Al Hammadi was quoted as saying.
Al Qarya, Dhadna, Al Tubain, Wadi Sidr and Al Siji: Sunday to Thursday -- 9am to 1pm and 8.30pm to 11pm; and
For example, investing in a village (qarya) which he cannot develop (ya'jizu can 'imaratiha), or in multiple property ventures (diya') which he cannot possibly supervise personally and he has no assistants or partners who can represent him, or investing in livestock whose upkeep he cannot afford.
Demolition and reconstruction of Al Lehaba Mosque in Qarya Al Olaya - period of implementation 18 months.
XIV), vemos que en la Vega de Granada habia una gran variedad de nucleos rurales, con mezquitas, definidos con estos nombres: almunias, la mayoria de las cuales pertenecia al rey, qura (plural de qarya) y balad (pueblo).
155 : Maqqara : qarya min qura bilad al-Zab min a'mal Ifriqiya.
But in the case of Mohamed Kamel Hussein's "An Unjust Village" (Qarya Zalema), several factors demanded a new publication of this historical fiction which deals with the last days of Jesus and how Jerusalem spelled out his fate.