How To Use Salim In A Sentence

  • Salim Yusuf of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada was the lead investigator.
  • The deific unsecured loan debt consolidation had replaceable the birdcage incontrovertibly in the overheated salim of hydrarthrosis, the antipathetic verbaliser decibel an modernistic sharp yaltopya, for this texarkana is unsung. Rational Review
  • July 9th, 2007 at 5: 35 pm salimfahdley wrote: me: One of the amusing things about empiricism is that it makes the having of observable consequences a criterion of reality. Backing Into an Evidentiary Standard for ID
  • Added later during Jahangir's reign, the dargah of the Sufi saint Salim Chisti was designed in sandstone during Akbar's reign, but was eventually executed wholly in marble.
  • Salim makes good his escape on the steamer - bound, we take it, for his bride.
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  • Speaking alongside his African Union counterpart Salim Ahmed Salim, the Swedish diplomat said talks would continue on security issues such as banditry and lawlessness in a "bilateral" fashion. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Organiser Mohammed Salim said: ‘It was chock-a-block and everyone created a great atmosphere.’
  • Salim urged Africans to move with speed on the path of economic development, which he termed the continent's second liberation. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Organiser Mohammed Salim said: ‘It was chock-a-block and everyone created a great atmosphere.’
  • Astra makes more sense as a public company than the Salim Group, mainly because its core businesses are obvious and integrated.
  • Efectivamente: no bien salimos del café, percibimos allá, (p47) en la Plaza (que como os he dicho estaba cerca), una empolvada silla de posta, parada delante de una casa de vulgar apariencia y custodiada por dos gendarmes de caballería, cuyos desnudos sables brillaban que era un contento [47-1] .... Novelas Cortas
  • Moreover, O my son, it hath reached me that they have married thee, by way of intermediary, to the lady Zubaydah the lutist and they have imposed on thee a marriage-settlement of ten thousand dinars; wherefore I send thee also fifty thousand dinars by the slave Salím. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Then they divided the gold and jewels between them; but a brabble arose between them concerning the enchanted saddle bags, Sálim saying, “I will have them;” and Salím, saying, “I will take them;” and they came to high words. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • According to reports reaching Nagpur on Monday, around 50 masked Naxalites stormed the area and forced one Mohd Salim, the gateman, to give them the signal light and red flag. Archive 2006-12-01
  • Canaanite: but [197] _John baptized in Ænon, near to Salim, because there was much water there: and they came, and were baptized_. A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume I.
  • The inserted floor debate, known in Senate parlance as a "colloquy," has since become an intriguing side issue in the case of Salim Ahmed Hamdan, Osama bin Laden's former driver, whose case was at issue before the court yesterday. Manufacturing Legislative History
  • Abu Salim decided that a third day wasn't necessary so I had to grin and bear it.
  • Some have suggested that Salem here is the Salim of John 3: 23; a few take the term figuratively as a title (see verse two) devoid of any geographical intent. Our Man In Heaven: An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews
  • When he was in school, Eldhose chanced to read Dr. Salim Ali's landmark book.
  • Below him stands the image of Salim Kumar, the mahout, with his trademark grin and the elephant goad.
  • Salim says the nation won over crisis once before - hyperinflation, no jobs, decrepit infrastructure.
  • An older fighter in a white turban and blue overalls introduced himself as Saleh ben Ali, forty-nine, a survivor of four years in Abu Salim prison, where the 1996 massacre had taken place.
  • The piece of apparatus used for the purpose is endowed with a variety of names -- sp.g. spindle, hydrometer, areometer, salimeter, alcoholimeter, lactometer, and so on, according to the special liquid upon which it is intended to be used. A Text-book of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.
  • Salim, and a girl, Latika, for whom Jamal holds the kind of improbably pure love that Don Quixote had for Dulcinea. RELIGION
  • A 2006 Washington Post article reports Baghdad Family Court Judge Salim al-Moussawi labeled divorce “the most despicable ‘hallal,’” meaning the worst thing permissible under Islam. Tug of War: Iraq���s Divorce Rate Up Since Invasion Began
  • Note 31: Salimbene de Adam Chronica, ed.O. Holder-Egger, MGH SS 32.30: "Eodem anno, scilicet MCCXII, trium puerorum quasi duodennium, qui se visionem vidisse dicebant, crucis signaculum assumentium in partibus Colonie persuasu multitudo innumera pauperum utriusque sexus et puerorum de Theotonia peregrinantium in Ytalia crucesignatorum accessit, unanimi corde et una voce dicentium se per siccum maria transituros et terram sanctam Ierusalem in Dei potentia recuperaturos; sed demum quasi evanuit universa." back A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
  • If not quite a tale of rags to riches, the story of Salim's rise to stardom certainly comes close.

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