FAUD


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FAUDFreie Arbeiter-Union Deutschlands (German)
FAUDFerguson Audio Design LLC
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Also, it is possible that the declaration of faction of All Progressives Congress (APC) by Faud Oki might also have been influenced by fact of recent development between the state governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode and the Legislative Arm headed by Speaker Mudashiru Ajayi Obasa, which even casual observers would not fail to notice.
FAUD and AAU, see notes above; KAPD: German Communist Workers Party the left of the KPD that had been expelled by Levi over the priority of taking part in parliamentary election.
In 1947, Cairo-born Arafat enrolled in an engineering course at University of King Faud I (later renamed Cairo University).
Ahmed Faud, a doctor at the main hospital in Baquba, the provincial capital, confirmed he had received 20 dead bodies.
This article is a response to Mr Faud Hazaea's article "Masked Criminals" issue No.
Owners include King Faud of Saudi Arabia, Angela Lansbury, Hilton Hotels, the honorable mayor of Kobe, Japan, and numerous American governors, mayors, and celebrities.
Egypt's air force was destroyed and paratroopers were dropped over Port Said and Port Faud.
Gilje, Liberty on the Waterfront: American Maritime Culture in the Age of Revolution (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004), 151-52, Rejeb, "To the shores of Tripoli," 98-99; Faud Sha'ban, Islam and Arabs in Early American Thought: The Roots of Orientalism in America (Durham, N.
Foreign heads of state, including General Eisenhower, King Faud of Egypt and the Crown Prince of Norway climbed aboard the Daniel Adamson in its heyday.
Other key east includes Jean Reno as an Arab poet named Faud.
He grew up in Cairo and Jerusalem and attended the University of Faud I, later Cairo University, before abandoning his studies at 19 to dedicate himself to the Palestinian resistance.