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boiled or baked buckwheat

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Kasha said the meeting centered on the progress of the National Dialogue and implementation of its outcome.
BEIRUT: The Army Intelligence referred detainee Ahmad Ghazi Kasha to the judiciary Monday, an Army statement said.
The statement didn't provide further details about the reason of the attack on the Kasha people who are part of Nuba tribes in the greater Kordofan region.
They dragged Kasha into the living room and held a knife to her neck, while they "rained blows" on Aryan.
Kasha won her silver medal in the adult women's blue belt lightweight category.
Kasha, 33, who is set to be presented today with the Sean MacBride Award for Human Rights in Dublin, spoke of her experience of harassment.
Abu Kasha Al-Iraqi, hailing from Iraq, had arrived in North Waziristan Agency in 2001 and had since been one of the key operational commanders of al Qaeda in the tribal region, intelligence officials said.
Some were taken to hospital suffering from the gas, they said, estimating that hundreds of people had turned out in Nyala, the capital of South Darfur state, to show support for the former elected governor Abdul Hamid Kasha.
One cup of cooked kasha metabolizes into the equivalent amount of blood sugar as 32 teaspoons of table sugar.
Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera is the founder and executive director of Freedom and Roam Uganda (FARUG), a Kampala-based organization fighting discrimination based on sexual orientation.
For the kasha: In saucepan, combine kasha, salt and 1 cup water and
Ugandan gay activist Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera has received the prestigious Martin Ennals rights award.
Camougis of New York, NY, Elizabeth Kasha of Paris, France and Sarah Camougis Young of Needham, MA; four grandchildren: Sarah Alexandra Kasha, Leighton Felker Young IV, Mary Angelica Young and George Hardy Young.
Hier soir, des hommes armes non identifies ont fait irruption au domicile de trois pilotes russes travaillant pour une compagnie privee qui a un contrat avec le PAM et les ont emmenes vers un lieu inconnu", a declare a l'AFP Abdel Hamid Moussa Kasha, gouverneur du Darfour-Sud.
The Sudanese Center for Press Services quoted local magistrate Abdel-Hamid Musa Kasha as saying that the men were freed after border guards clashed with the kidnappers.