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medium-sized tree having glossy lanceolate leaves

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Speaking of his role, Nagi said, "I am excited to be associated with the growth journey of Trianz and keen to play a vital role in enabling business execution for the clients."
Lillis congratulated Nagi for reporting the case to the authorities and stressed that such reports did not concern his team.
Dr Saulat Nagi feels that instead of looking at Faiz from the Pakistani perspective, it should be the other way around.
Mr Nagi said the alternative property was a two-bedroom house for the family-of-four.
This was to be expected, as thermal performance levels for sinuous fins are slightly lower regarding those tested by Kays and London (Nagi et al., 2008).
Wrapped and ready to go we departed back home to sample the good work of Nagi Al-Harbi's Restaurant, and I am happy to say I wasn't disappointed.
Other members of the cast include Nagi, a spoiled brat; Klaus, the sinister head butler; and Maria the maid, the smartest of the bunch.
Nagi, clinical professor of medicine/dermatology at the University of California, San Diego.
To book a place, contact Nora Nagi on 020 7787 5817 or e-mail n.nagi@ftckaplan.com.
The single-named Soundarya, who also produced, toplines memorably as Nagi, sturdy young wife of village shaman Ganappa (Avinash), more interested in upholding generations of local tradition, or at least in keeping things as they are, than in providing comfort or hope at least in his town-bred missus.
Organiser Pam Nagi said: "It gave the parents a bit of a respite and also the chance to learn new things alongside their children."
Nagi Corporation (e-mail nagicorp@aol.com), a provider of colorants to the ink, coatings and textile industries, has been approved as a Small Business Enterprise and certified as a women- and minority-owned enterprise.
Maged Nagi, 39, and five others held 186 passengers and crew captive in 1996 on a flight which eventually landed at Stansted.
Furthermore, the ever-evolving conceptualization of the terms of impairment, disability and handicap, and their relationship to functional limitations and functional capacities (i.e., residual functions maintained following a disease or injury) has also thwarted efforts at defining, clarifying and categorizing functional limitations (Granger & Gresham, 1984; Halpern & Fuhrer, 1984; Nagi, 1969, 1976; World Health Organization, 1980).
Under this initiative of a Mumbai-based artist and founder of NGO Rouble Nagi Art Foundation, the slums in the city were painted in an aim to change the mindset of people.