QUR

AcronymDefinition
QURQueensland University Regiment (officer training unit; Australia)
QURQuote Upon Request
QURSurvivors Aided/Picked Up/Reached (radiotelegraphy)
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Samples of ECG trace recording obtained from all groups of rats; Control (A), Control + QUR (B), CUS (C), and CUS + QUR (D) groups after 21 days using PowerLab acquisition system and software (AD Instruments, Sydney, Australia).
In addition, they do not approve of him and that Kurds have not been named in the Qur?an, so they are not Muslims.
They are divided into five sections, with the fifth section, '' The Hebrew Bible in Other Scriptures," added for this edition, with an essay by Amy-Jill Levine on the New Testament's use of the Hebrew Bible and one by Jacob Lassner on its use in the Qur'an and Muslim tradition.
The Torah, the Gospel, and the Qur'an: Three Books, Two Cities, One Tale.
(1,2) Hadith and Qur'anic Sciences Department, University of Tehran
In a new book, Thomas Jefferson's Qur 'an: Islam and the Founders, author Denise Spellberg draws parallels between the beliefs of Jefferson and religious tolerance in the United States today.
Qur People--Preferred prides itself on the technical competency and experience of our staff.
The competition included a number of cultural and arts activities, besides competitions of memorising the Holy Qur an, reciting poems, writing articles and literary researches, as well as short story writing, theatre and Arabic calligraphy, in addition to drawing and photography competitions.
The Qur'[a.bar]n in Context: Historical and Literary Investigations into the Qur'[a.bar]nic Milieu.
QUR neighbour is terminally ill and he is married with a young family.
The scale of the problem was set out by Corinne Le Qur of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at Cardiff.
The Secretary General of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, welcomed the recent statement by the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on the burning of a copy of the holy Qur'an during his meeting with the OIC Group of Ambassadors to the UN on 5 April 2011.