FAISAFlorida Association of Instructional Supervisors & Administrators
FAISAFORSCOM Automated Intelligence Support Activity
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''Shah was the man who said, 'Goodnight Malaysian 370,' the last words anyone heard from the aircraft," Widow Faisa Shah said.
Local hopes would rest on the five Qatari amateurs in the field -- Ghanim al-Kuwani, Faisa Mir, Abdulrehman al- Bishi, Saleh al- Kbi and Somposch Sangorn Sang Orn -- who would have the support of home conditions.
Abu Dhabi: She can neither hear nor speak, but that has not stopped Faisa from becoming a sought-after beautician here.
"Now everyone is hesitating to go to Egypt," said retired Egyptian physician Dr Faisa Ghabrial, who has been living in Bahrain for 42 years.
From a legal perspective, Faisa Mousa, an Emirati lawyer, told Gulf News that violent incidents which lead to severe injuries, handicaps or death are dealt with according to the juvenile law.
One of them, Faisa al-Wanass, has been serving for some three months now.
One kilo grams fresh bakain (Melia azadarach) leaf were collected from the wild trees University of Agriculture Faisa labad, sun dried, grinded in pestle recheck and mortar, tied in a cotton cloth in the form of a bag and dipped in five liter of water at 80oC for 16 hours.
Contemporary Oud player Hasan Al Hujairi and acoustics blues performer Faisa Sheikh (from The Tryout) will perform today and tomorrow from 7pm to 8.30pm.
Project organiser Faisa Ibrahim said: "We are delighted with the grant which will improve the education of young children and their parents, families who live in one of the most disadvantaged areas in Liverpool."
Highgate: Faisa Elmi, aged 25 of Gooch Street, pounds 202.