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Sila

An ancient Sumerian unit of volume approximately equivalent to one liter.
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'I wanted to start off at a place where people won't know me as Shila from a reality show in Malaysia or a daughter of an artist,' she said.
This was very similar to the study conducted by Shila et al4, which showed 21.5% patients suffered from the same lesions.
Ghulam Mohammad, a resident of Shila village said, the sun rises at 11 am and sets at 2 pm in my village, due to which most of the senior citizens of my village are forced to sit at home sitting around the fire to get heat during the 4 months of winter season.
The duo clocked 34.290 seconds to beat Bangladesh's Farhana Sultana Shila and Parul Akhtar, who finished the race in 42.390 seconds.
Another former colleague, Shila Millard said in evidence that Ms Starling "laughed" after she was confronted with the suspicion one of her reports was falsified.
Chief Shila Kon Amoyi resigned on Tuesday, with local authorities naming Nadia Manjero as his interim replacement.
He was a member of the "Chio, Shila and Tingle in the Morning Show," which airs from 6:00 -- 10:00 a.m.
The vaccinators were died in Shakar Shila area of Sangin district today's afternoon, a provincial public health official, Dr Ubaidullah Daudzai, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
In April 1954, India set forth the famous 'Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence', or Panch Shila, with China.
The family wishes to extend heart felt gratitude to George's caregivers; Shila, Rosie, Ronda, D.J., Laura and also to the Hospice House.
Corresponding Author: Shila Jalalpour, Molecular Medicine Research Center, Rafsanjan University of Medical Sciences, Rafsanjan, Iran.