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The fourth level students are to memorise five parts of the Quran, and study the 'Al Jazriya Explanation', whereas the fifth level students have to memorise five parts of the Quran, and study the correct way to pause and start recitation.
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Memorise survived the subsequent Stewards Enquiry, but Fallon was found guilty of careless riding and banned for three racing days (July 8-10), which means he will miss two days of the Newmarket July meeting.
Unlucky Memorise eventually finished second to Maylane but inevitably was disqualified and placed last.
Besides, who needs to memorise when our smartphones can instantly call up nearly any published poem in the universe?
As is the case with everything one wants to learn, it was hard for me to memorise the Holy Quran, but with God's help, family support and self-determination, I did it.
Less than a furlong later, though, Memorise moved in on Stage Affair and Pat Shanahan was forced to stop riding on the latter, who was eventually beaten two lengths.
The promising scheme, themed: 'Young memoriser', is meant to teach, mentor and train young girls, below the age of 15, to efficiently memorise the complete holy Quran in the given time period.
MUSCAT Eoe1/4" A celebration was held in the office of the wali of Quriyat yesterday on the occasion of selecting 20 children, including boys and girls, to memorise the Holy Quran.
To memorise so many numbers in such a short time, he pictures the digits in groups of three rather than individually.
My father and mother always encouraged us to memorise the Holy Quran and attain such a great honour.
Covering 114 chapters that range from a few verses to several hundred verses, the Quran is divided in 30 equal parts for the ease of memorisation, and Islam - according to his teacher Nisar Ahmad - used to memorise half of each part every day.