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A well-rehearsed band who know how to cut loose, call out Hejira and be happy.
The speaker of the poems is en route on both a spiritual and cultural hejira and a sexual pursuit.
Each year, Moroccan cities receive 600,000 new inhabitants which entails the construction of 150,000 new houses over an area of 5000 hectares and the creation of 250 new jobs," Hejira said addressing the 23rd Session of the Governing Council of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) which opened on Monday and runs until April 15.
5 billion) in low cost housing in 2010-2020 as part of efforts aiming to reduce the deficit to 700,000 units by 2015, Housing minister Ahmed Taoufiq Hejira said on Wednesday.
Despite the personal strength relayed in This Is Me Leaving You, her lyrics evoke a melancholic sadness, their fragile beauty reminiscent, particularly on Swept Away, of Joni Mitchell's Hejira.
For Shia muslims the tragedy of Karbala is more than the quarrel which set Hussain bin All against Yazid bin Muuawiya in the battle for the caliphate in the year 61 after Hejira, and caused the split between Shia and Sunni muslims.
Joni Mitchell's Hejira, Weather Report's Heavy Weather and the soundtrack to West-Side Story music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.
Housing Minister, Ahmed Taoufiq Hejira, who chaired the conference, announced that Morocco will host an AMCHUD's meeting next September.
Joni's Hejira, Radiohead's In Rainbows and Neil Young's Harvest Tell us about a great band we might not have heard of.
Summary: Nairobi - Morocco, with a population that rose from 3 to 30 million in the lapse of century, is facing an accelerating urbanisation rate standing at 65% currently, Housing Minister Ahmed Taoufiq Hejira said on Tuesday in Nairobi.
A A A For his part, Housing minister, Toufiq Hejira, noted that the government aspires to reduce the housing shortage to 27% by 2012.