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In response the press release by the African Union Commission on its support to countries of the Lake Tchad Basin Commission, the EU wants to underline it stands with the people and authorities in the countries affected by Boko Haram''s violence in our common fight against terrorism, for

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هشام كمال (Author of وجيز المراجعة للبكالوريا تاريخ وجغرافيا)

هشام كمال (Author of وجيز المراجعة للبكالوريا تاريخ وجغرافيا)

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Khalid Karami Wikipedia

Khalid Karami Wikipedia

Karami was born in Amsterdam.Prior to joining Go Ahead Eagles in 2011, he had spells in the Dutch lower leagues with DWS and Watergraafsmeer.On 5 August 2011, he made his Eerste Divisie debut during Go Ahead Eagles'' 1–0 home victory over Telstar, playing the full 90 minutes. Karami went onto appear seventytwo more times, scoring four goals for Go Ahead Eagles before making the move to

HR Sharjah University

HR Sharjah University

Faculty Members College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences: Professor of Linguistics Arabic Language and Literature

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Suffixes in Hebrew Wikipedia

Suffixes in Hebrew Wikipedia

There are several suffixes in Hebrew which are appended to regular words to introduce a new meaning.Suffixes are used in the Hebrew language to form plurals of nouns and adjectives, in verb conjugation of grammatical tense, and to indie possession and direct objects.They are also used for the construct noun form. The letters which form these suffixes (excluding plurals) are called