[ US /ˈfætɪmə, ˈfæθɪmə/ ]
  1. youngest daughter of the prophet Mohammed and wife of the fourth calif Ali; revered especially by Shiite Muslims (606-632)
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  • Her overbearingly entitled yuppie brother, Beau (Craig Wallace), clumsily pitches a tent near Johnnie's with girlfriend-of-the-moment Shavondra (Fatima Quander), a clotheshorse who would flee nature faster than you can say "American Express. '24, 7, 365' review: Perpetual state of angst can be hard to handle
  • Two authors, Susan Staffa and Fatima Mernissi, have focused on the sultana, emphasized her life and minimized the events of the Crusade and the male supporting cast around her.
  • Girls who attended a Catholic school renamed themselves Émilia, Maria, or Juliana da Fátima, while those schooled at Protestant mission stations were more likely to adopt names such as Albertina, Adelaida or Ruti. Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique
  • KAHN: Fatima�Renteria says she's never heard the term anchor baby before. Republicans Push To Revise 14th Amendment
  • Fatima of New Royal Fabrics from the Vendors of Newkirk series Len Hollie: Brooklyn's Immigrant Experience Comes Alive on Canvas
  • Out of work, and desperate for cash, Armstrong receives an offer from his ex-girlfriend, Fatima, that if he impregnates her, she will pay him handsomely.
  • The national statue of Our lady of Fatima was positioned in the small tabernacle in St. Mary's Church Croom for one week.
  • WaterStudio. nl is nice website by the way … fatimah Says: INTERVIEW: Koen Olthuis of WaterStudio.nl | Inhabitat
  • Fatimah would mean a “weaner” — Fattumah, a “great weaner.” Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah
  • Fatima Husain, a consultant in obstetrics and gynaecology, has told how she sees Muslim women coming for treatment with strangle marks around their necks and bruises on their pregnant bumps. Muslim men ‘think they have God-given right to beat wives’, claims female Muslim medic
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