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Every and Muslim
Every adult, healthy, sane Muslim who has the financial and physical capacity to travel to Mecca and can make arrangements for the care of his / her dependants during the trip, must perform the Hajj once in a lifetime.
Every year the old Kiswa is removed, cut into small pieces and given to certain individuals, visiting foreign Muslim dignitaries and organizations.
Every Muslim should be a terrorist.
Every Muslim.
Every human, Muslim and non-Muslim alike, is believed to be held accountable for their deeds and is believed to be judged by God accordingly.
... to this film Every time someone goes through the Muslim ablution, the ritual washing of hands everybody does before they pray five times a day, that image is the announcement to the viewer of the presence of violence.
Every time a Nuristani came home after successfully killing a Muslim, a victory dance was held in honor of Gish.
Every year the mausoleum attracts a number of dignitaries, notables, and Muslim countries delegations, members of diplomatic corps, who pay their homage.
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Every and is
Every legislator from Brasstown Bald to Folkston is going to have his every vote subjected to the closest scrutiny as a test of his political allegiances, not his convictions.
Every detail in his interpretation has been beautifully thought out, and of these I would especially cite the delicious laendler touch the pianist brings to the fifth variation ( an obvious indication that he is playing with Viennese musicians ), and the gossamer shading throughout.
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Every single problem touched on thus far is related to good marketing planning.
Every few days, in the early morning, as the work progressed, twenty men would appear to push it ahead and to shift the plank foundation that distributed its weight widely on the Rotunda pavement, supported as it is by ancient brick vaulting.
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Every and obliged
Every fellow was to study theology, save for two who were to study astronomy, two civil law, four canon law, and two medicine ; all fellows save those studying secular subjects were obliged to take Holy Orders and become priests, on pain of expulsion.
Every time reasonable suspicion arises, the police are obliged to intervene under a zero tolerance strategy even though mere police intuition is legally insufficient.
Every resident in Germany with a radio, TV or other relevant device ( such as a computer or mobile phone with internet access ) is obliged to pay this licence fee.
Every month each school is obliged to take the students for a walk ( περίπατος ), which is usually spontaneous, decided right before the first class and an educational excursion to a museum or theater etc.
Every Georgian and Kipchak family was obliged to provide one soldier with a horse and weapons.
Every taxpayer is obliged to file their tax returns on time.
• ( 1 ): Every student was obliged to join Kuomintang at that time.
Every householder was obliged to keep equipment for fighting fires, and the men themselves were equipped with pumps, buckets, hooks ( for pulling down burning material ), picks, mattocks and axes.
Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses ; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways.
Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses ; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways.
Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses ; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways.
Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses ; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways.
Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses ; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways.
Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses ; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways.
Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses ; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways.
Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses ; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways.
Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses ; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways.
Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses ; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways.
Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses ; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways.
Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses ; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways.

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