ALID


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ALIDAgriculture-Led Industrial Development (economics)
ALIDAutomatic Library Issue Document
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Film maker Prof Alid Loyas said: "We could hardly believe our eyes.
Yet the Alid cause soon gained support from other groups which joined the Shi'ite movement against the Sunni status quo.
Those numerical analyses are: a computer code named ALID for static analysis using softened soil concept: the Towhata method, a static approach using the viscous liquid concept: a computer code named LIQCA using coupled effective analysis, and a computer code named FLIP using an uncoupled analysis (Japan Institute of Construction Engineering 2002).
What is characteristically Alevi, however, is their distinctive combination of these practices and beliefs, and the way they are embedded in Alid mythology.
While much of this is due to the work of the Algerian reformist Alid Cherifi (alias Abu Abd al-Bari), who has encouraged widespread defections and surrenders -- through informal contacts, cassettes, discussions with Salafi fighters, and lectures at the University of Algiers and Fath al-Imam Mosque -- internationally recognized figures outside Algeria have also had an impact.
Slaithwaite 159 (H Jones 38, H Bryson 39; J Lockwood 3-42, S Gill 3-46) Golcar 101-2 (U Alid 36no, A Iqbal 30no) RSP.
The Isma'ilis follow the line to Ja'far's eldest son - Isma'il- by an Alid wife called Fatima who was the granddaughter of Hassan, and Isma'il's eldest son Muhammad.
Referee Craig MacKay did dish out nine bookings as he struggled to keep alid on the game.
Cover tightly with alid, reduce the heat and simmer for 14 minutes (12 for white rice).
Other Shiites called Imamis asserted a more exalted religious role for Alid (house of Ali) claimants.