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We translate to help people everywhere, Muslims and non-Muslims alike, to know Islam through the words of prophet Muhammad, and allow us Muslims to use the Hadith in dealing with our problems and understanding our world today in a way that is rooted in religion and connected with our world, away from stereotypes, archaic language, and repellent frames," said co-founder of Adage, Nadia El Batal.
The opposite adage is, "You can't judge a book by its cover.
IBM Interactive Experience maintained third on AdAge s list of U.
According to the company, Infor ERP Adage is an ERP platform aimed at batch process manufacturers with a particular focus on food and beverage, specialty chemicals, over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and consumer packaged goods.
Around 600 of the adages included in the present volume are new: that is, they do not appear in any form in editions of the adages prior to 1533.
RB says: Come off it, Steven, the FA have already disproved that old adage by paying Eriksson a fortune and getting peanuts
With a light-hearted touch, Shaw carefully navigates the complexity of teenage sexual identity through solid characters, a fun plot, and the age-old adage that what you are looking for may be right under your nose.
LANCASTER - Antelope Valley Hospital employees showed their belief in the adage that it is better to give than to receive with their latest charitable project: a ``shoe box'' drive for the Grace Resource Center.
There's a famous old adage that says, "you get what you pay for.
In keeping with the adage that everything old is new again, developer BSG Management is transforming a trio of former factory buildings into one sensational live/work condominium residence at Mountain Road Lofts here.
That adage "What's done in the dark will come to light" boldly applies to Pete's tempestuous and sexually charged new book.
Welch took the adage "Love is blind" literally for Blindness, a neo-Romantic chamber piece with lush, organic partnering for nine dancers who swapped blindfolds.