city and oasis in eastern Uighur autonomous ch`ü (region) of Sinkiang, China. An important stage on the roads from Kansu province into Central Asia ...
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HaBayit HaLeumi (הבית הלאומי, The National Home) is an organization based in Israel dedicated to stopping former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon`s disengagement plan. The organization was behind civil disobedience protesting the disengagement plan of Mr. Sharon. On Monday, May 16, 2005, a non...
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Habib ibn Muhammad al-‘Ajami al-Basri known also as Habib Ajami and Habib al-Farsi (the Persian) (حبيب العجمي, حبیب عجمی) was a Muslim mystic and traditionalist, and Sufi saint. Born in Persia, al-Ajami settled in Basra, and was known for performing miracles. ...
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Habib Al-Rahman Al-Azmi
Habib al-Rahman al-Azmi was an Indian Scholar of Hadith and Fiqh. He was born in a small district Mau, near Varanasi (Old name Banares) in the Uttar Pradesh State. He helped to bring Musannaf of Abd al-Razzaq al-San`ani back to attention within the Muslim World. He has written hundreds of books inc...
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Habib Selmi (Arabic: الحبيب السالمي) (born 1951) is a Tunisian novelist and short story writer. He was born in Al-Ala near the historic city of Kairouan. To date, he has published eight novels and two short story collections. His books include: Selmi`s novel The Scents of Marie-Claire ...
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Hadashi no Megami
"Hadashi no Megami" is the thirteenth single by B`z, released on June 2, 1993. This song is one of B`z many number-one singles in Oricon chart. The single was re-released in 2003, and re-entered at #11. It sold over 1,735,000 copies according to Oricon, becoming their 4th best selling single in Jap...
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Hadi Kazemi is an Iranian actor mostly recognised for his role as Nezam Du Barareh in Mehran Modiri`s comedy series Shabhaye Barareh, an Iranian satire television series broadcast by the IRIB network. ==Filmography== ...
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Hadley Township, MI
This category contains articles related to surgery; however, surgical procedures belong in :Category:Surgical procedures and surgical specialties belong in :Category:Surgical specialties. ...
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[disambiguation] Forms part of a rugby kit, black socks with small diamonds in Quins colours around the top ...
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Hafëz Jusuf Azemi
Hafëz Jusuf Azemi (Born in Dobrošte) was a Balli Kombëtar fighter from the Dobrosht unit. Having survived World War II and the onslaught of the Yugoslav Partisans, Azemi was forced into exile in the USA. While in exile, Azemi continued fighting for the rights and freedom of Albanians in Yugoslav...
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Hafizullah Qadami (حافظ الله قدمی) (born 20 February 1985) is an Afghan football player. He plays as a forward and has played football with Maiwand Kabul FC since 2003. Qadami is considered one of Afghanistan`s best players. He as been very effective when he has played with the Afghanis...
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Haimi is a Hawaiian girl name. The meaning of the name is `the seeker ` The name Haimi doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Haimi seems to be unique!
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1) Hawaiian girl name
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Hajdar Blloshmi (Bërzeshtë, Librazhd, Ottoman Empire 1860 — 1936 Bërzeshtë, Librazhd, Albania) was one of the signatories of Albanian Declaration of Independence and a deputy of Pogradec in the Albanian parliament. His son, Salahydin was a member of the constitutional court of Albania and a d...
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Born in Yamaguchi, he graduated from Tokyo Imperial University. After writing for Yomiuri shimbun, he earned an economics professorship at Kyoto Imperial University. Increasingly inclined toward Marxism, he participated in the March 15 incident of 1928, and was expelled from the university as a sub...
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==Career== At age twenty Kazumi defeated many top fighters to reach the finals of the All Japan Karate Tournament. Since then Kazumi has never finished outside of the top two places in any tournament. His effective punching and kicking combinations helped him reach the finals of six All Japan Tourn...
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==History== Hajime Satomi withdrew from Aoyama Gakuin University November 1975 and founded Sammy Corporation as an entertainment equipment manufacturer. Sammy experienced significant growth when it began manufacturing machines for the pachislot and pachinko industry (one of Japan`s most popular for...
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The Hakami tribe or Tribe of Hakam was an Arabian tribe influential in early Muslim politics, particularly during the Umayyad Caliphate. Prior to the rise of Islam, their territory was in south and western Arabia. Some of its best known members include: ...
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Hakaniemi (Swedish Hagnäs) is an unofficial district of Helsinki, the Finnish capital. It is considered a part of the Helsinki city center. Historically, it was often associated with the working class and worker`s associations. However, the cost of living has risen considerably in recent years and...
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Hakim Toumi (Arabic: الحكيم التومي; born January 30, 1961 in Algiers, Algiers Province) is a retired male hammer thrower from Algeria. Toumi twice represented his native country at the Summer Olympics: 1984 and 1988. He set his personal best distance of 74.76 metres on August 8, 1998 in...
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Hakomi therapy is a form of body-centered, somatic psychotherapy developed by Ron Kurtz in the 1970s and furthered by a group led by Kurtz in the 80s. == Approach and method== The Hakomi method combines Western psychology, systems theory, and body-centered techniques with the mindfulness and non-vi...
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1) Form of body-centered, somatic psychotherapy
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Body-centered psychotherapy utilizing physical and psychological probes to evoke emotional and body
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Fuchikami Hakuyō (November 14, 1889 - February 8, 1960) was one of the most prominent Japanese photographers in the first half of the 20th century. ==Biography== Fuchikami was born in Kumamoto Prefecture and studied in Saga and Nagasaki. In 1922 Fuchikami organized Nihon Kōga Geijutsu Kyōkai (Ja...
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