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For verily each of the two people who meet each other supplicates for the other for safety from evils, and mercy, and blessing that brings about every good.
I supplicate that, if you haven't already done so, that you begin today by giving your kids a hug each day and tell them you love and care for them.
Fourth: A recommendation to supplicate to Allh by the succinct words of the Prophet (sallallhu 'alaihi wa sallam) and not to burden oneself with supplications that are rhyming or those whose meanings are not known.
mahmoud must have read about it in his daily mid-day briefing remembering to pay a visit to the widow of yet another martyr but not before having tea with ehud and then to the local mosque to supplicate.
At the same time, she holds her sleekly coiffed head proudly erect, while her hands in turn command, supplicate, even accuse.
The only site that the league hasn't accompanied down this long, tired path is the Rose Bowl, which has this little problem of being populated by enough people of means and influence that it isn't ready to supplicate itself before the league.
If we knew God's name, we would be able to pray, praise, lament, glorify, petition, supplicate, entreat, intercede, and pester for justice.
By depicting a black man in a pose of humility similar to that found in many representations of the Ethiopian Eunuch, the abolitionist seal defines a role for blacks in asking for their freedom similar to the Eunuch's in seeking salvation: Enslaved blacks should not demand, but supplicate for their freedom.
Now, I am the last man in the world To supplicate you
They arise from [their] beds; they supplicate their Lord in fear and aspiration, and from what We have provided them, they spend.
TAWAF PROGRESSION: Pilgrims supplicate as they gesture on arriving at the Kaaba's Black Stone corner.