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SUUDSudden Unexpected Unexplained Death in Infants
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Sup Inf Akt Pas 1 'konoloma 'konoldaq 'konolnuq 'konold 2 'suuma 'suvvaq 'soonuq 'suud 3 'vaoma 'vaioq 'vaonuq 'vaot 4 'puudma 'puudaq 'puudnuq 'puvvet 5 'laskma 'laskoq 'lasknuq 'last 6 'lopma 'loppoq 'lopnuq 'lopot 7 'soimama 'soimadaq 'soimanuq 'soimat 8 'pugama 'pukaq 'puganuq 'poet 9 'tegema 'tetaq 'tennuq 'tett 10 'valama 'vallaq 'valanuq 'valot 11 'tuloma 'tullaq 'tulnuq 'tult 12 'elama 'ellaq 'elanuq 'elet 13 'sibama 'sipaq 'sibanuq 'sibat 14 'nosoma 'nostaq 'nosnuq 'nost 15 'kaotama 'kaotaq 'kaotanuq 'kaotot 16 'rapa 'hutma 'rapa hutaq 'rapa 'hutnuq 'rapa hudot IndPr IndPr IndIpf IndIpf Sg1 Sg3 Sg1 Sg3 No.
The southern regions are inundated during the annual floods of the Nile River system (the Suud or swamps).
The first is that the Suud, the great swamp region through which the Nile flows, divides Sudan into north and south, with very different cultures.
Additional sources that the author draws on include the collections of legal opinions by Ebu Suud al-Imadi, the famous shaykh al-islam of Istanbul during the latter part of the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman's reign, and a treatise on the role of "custom" in legal interpretation by Ibn Abidin.