AINI


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AINIATM Inter-Network Interface
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Dr Aini said UPM has a complaints channel in which staff, students and members of the public can reach them .
Aini's saviour told us: "For a year and a half she had not been paid by her employers, a husband and wife.
This study was conducted in Cairo University Faculty of Medicine (called in Arabic Kasr Al Aini School of medicine--which is the oldest and largest school of medicine in Egypt.
“These are the best candies and chocolates on the market, made into gorgeous gift assortments,” says owner and confection broker, Lucy Aini. “Give your loved ones and friends the sweet taste of our chocolate and candy gift basket assortments.
The service, previously available for Kabul residents, had been extended to Helmand to enable people to contact police in case of criminal activity, said director of the service at the Ministry of Interior Humayun Aini.
Des blocs de ciment etranglent les rues de Qasr Al Aini et Cheikh Rihane.
He was born and grew up in Algeria, son of the late Mohand and Aini Lazili and lived 11 years in Westborough before moving to Warren in 1984.
Some 36 police officers were injured during the various clashes with protesters in the region adjacent to the Tahrir square and Qasr Al Aini not far from the capital.
Judge Balqis Aini Mohd Ali sentenced the contract worker after finding him guilty of committing the offences at their home in Puchong, twice in June and on August 16 and 17, 2004.
Indonesia andrsquo;s supreme court sentenced Rohainil Aini, a secretary overseeing pilot schedules for Garuda Indonesia airways at the time of the killing, on Thursday.
The speakers included Dr Majid Al Fayyadh, director, Invasive Cardiology Lab Cath Lab & chairman of Electrophysiology Program, King Faisal Specialist Hospital; Mounir Kharma, chairman, GlobeMed; Dr Mohamed Momtaz, professor and director of Fetal Medicine Unit, Kasr Al Aini Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt; as well as Dr Aly Abdel Razek, director of the Center and fellow of the American College of Radiation, Abu Dhabi Cancer Treatment Center, UAE.
Edited by Risa Domb, a noted educator and speaker during her career at the University of Cambridge, the collection offers work from writers such as Maya Bejerano, Judith Katzir, Leah Aini, Orna Coussin, and Michal Govrin.