ASAD


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ASADArthroscopic Subacromial Decompression
ASADAloha State Association of the Deaf
ASADArmy Safety Augmentation Detachment
ASADAutomated Storm sewer Analysis & Design
ASADAlpha Solar Array Drive
ASADAssociated Students of African Descent
ASADAdvanced Structured Analysis & Design
ASADAdvanced Systems for Air Defense
ASADArthroscopic Subacromial Debridement
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Welcoming Usman Dar to the function, Asad Qaiser attributed the popularity of the PTI to the hard work and struggle of the party members.
As the Election Commissioner unfolded unofficial results and declared Asad Ashraf as successful candidate, the PML-N lawmakers distributed sweets to rejoice the victory and also extended greetings to each other.
And when he does get angry (at Asad, whose first-scene anger suddenly evaporates in the later scenes) the word anger has already lost its meaning.
The PRO told police that there was some important data of Asad Umar in the laptop.
At one point in the video, we see Asad, wearing black, standing on a mountain while the camera aerials back in the sky, blending the guitarist's body form in the textural background.
By this time, Mr Kilburn had also left the club, spotted the victim bleeding from the head and recognised Asad.
The resilience of this identity seems at first strange; the Alawite Asad rules over a state that is perhaps 60 percent Sunni.
One of the boys said he had seen him in school once and Asad was standing with tears in his eyes.
Asad's aunt Rehana Bibi, 34, said boys in the family had told her Asad was being bullied at Beckfoot Upper Heaton School by boys aged 16 and 17.
But Asad played down any comparison with the Indian batting great.
In his highly influential 1934 essay "Islam at the Crossroads," Asad articulated a set of principles about the relationship between the Muslim world and the West that served as the basis of his later conversations with Muhammad Iqbal and other Islamist activists.