TARASH

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TARASHTurai-Rishon (Israeli Army, Lance Corporal / Private 1st Class)
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"Earlier the patient had a non-perfusing rhythm which is called ventricular fibrillation or a quivering heart muscle without it pumping blood," added Dr Al Tarash.
The department also highlighted the achievements of Suad Tarash Al Olili in further instilling the culture of creativity and excellence in DED-Ajman.
Tarash chose Iran, the country of his birth, to finalise preparations for the 66kg freestyle competition in the London 2012 Olympics not because of his heritage or the quality of training available in Tehran, but because of his preference for 'kebabs' in his Iranian diet.
I shouldn't have been having them but I can treat myself every now and then," The Age quoted Tarash, as saying.
Hodeidah airport's general director, Ahmed Tarash also denied the news of channels and websites of the aggression which said the coalition forces controlled Hodeidah airport.
Tarash Eid Al Mansoori, director-general of the Dubai Courts, said: "The C3 courts' project will merge the three levels of litigation into a single court consisting of three judges, each representing a level of litigation (first instance, appeal and cessation).
Dr Jamil Al Tarash of the Dubai Airport Medical Centre told Gulf News : "On August 11, Tareq Ali Durvesh, a 45-year old transit passenger who was waiting to board an Emirates flight, suddenly collapsed at the airport and appeared to have no pulse.
The stars Qasim Al-Malak, Ayad Rady, Anam Al-Rubaie, Sinan Al-Azzawi, Razak Ahmed and Reda Tarash check up on the health of their beloved colleague Saad Khalifa who is lying in Al-Karama Hospital.
Tarash Eid Al Mansoori, Director-General of the Dubai Courts, said: "The courts' project will merge the three levels of litigation into a single court consisting of three judges, each representing a level of litigation (first instance, appeal and cessation).