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One virus from Kabala clustered closely with viruses from Mali (Mali 99/1), whereas all others showed 100% identity with a virus from Nigeria (Nig/75/1), in many countries used as vaccine virus strain.
The convention was organized under the slogan "Connecting to Goodness" by the Bnei Baruch Kabala Education & Research Institute, which was founded by Michael Laitman.
Both sides showed spirit in the second half and Zambia could have gone ahead again but an unmarked Rainford Kabala missed his header from close range with 20 minutes to go.
They are said to be planning a Kabala ceremony, known as "Shabbat Nachamu" - a night of consolation - for next month, to coincide with Madonna's 50th birthday.
s return to Kabala, since he fled the May 1997 Armed Forces Revolutionary Council (AFRC) coup d'etat, to launch the Civil Defence Force Wives, Widows and Orphans' Development Project.
He explores the divine force within him with the help of occult knowledge locked up in texts like the Bible or the Kabala, and by deciphering the expressions of "Providence" in the universe's natural laws.
Never again, far too political for a musical event and too much kabala theme.
There is a phrase that comes out of the mystic tradition in Judaism, the Kabala, called tikkun olam.
These units are located in more than 30 forward operating bases (FOB) in Baghdad, Babylon, Kabala, Ad Diwaniyah, Al Kut, Ar Rustimiyah and Al Hillah.
You don't need me to tell you why Kabala is important.