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Zollo MD, Anthony J.

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Item Description: Hanley & Belfus, 2004. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: 1. General Internal Medicine Wayne J. Riley and Anthony L. Zollo, Jr. 2. Endocrinology Whitney Woodmansee 3. Cardiology Gabriel H. Habib and Anthony L. Zollo, Jr. 4. Infectious Diseases Richard J. Hamill 5. Gastroenterology Rhonda A. Cole 6. Oncology Terry Hayes 7. Nephrology Sharma S. Prabhakar 8. Acid/Base and Electrolytes Sharma S. Prabhakar 9. Hematology Mark M. Udden 10. Pulmonary Medicine Sheila Goodnight-White 11. Rheumatology Richard A. Rubin 12. Allergy and Immunology Roger D. Rossen 13. AIDS and HIV Infection Christopher J. Lahart 14. Neurology Loren A. Rolak 15. Medical Consultation Jane M. Geraci 16. Ambulatory Care Mary P. Haward 17. Geriatric Care Sarah E. Selleck. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_1560533870

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Published by Ah'shav (Now) Publishers, Tel Aviv (1988)

ISBN 10: 9653640003 ISBN 13: 9789653640009

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Item Description: Ah'shav (Now) Publishers, Tel Aviv, 1988. Softbound. Book Condition: Very Good. Octavo, wraps, 360 pp. Contributions by Yehuda Amichai, Yoram Kaniuk, Ya'ir Hurvitz, Solomon Ibn Gabirol, Amos Funkenstein, Aryeh Sivan, A.B. Yehoshua, Dennis Silk, Alan Montefiore, Gabriel Moked, Raphael Loew, Dannie Abse, David Avidan, Ernst Neizvestny, Gabriel Josipovici, Anthony Rudolf, Claude Vigee, Mordecahi Geldman, Rachel Chalfi, Harold Schimmel, an interview with Isaac Bashevis Singer, Abba Kovner, Michael Benedikt, K. Tzetnik, Emil Habib, Maya Bejerano, Asher Reich and Ronny Sommeck. Bookseller Inventory # 41557

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Zollo MD, Anthony J.

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Item Description: Hanley & Belfus, 2004. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1. General Internal Medicine Wayne J. Riley and Anthony L. Zollo, Jr. 2. Endocrinology Whitney Woodmansee 3. Cardiology Gabriel H. Habib and Anthony L. Zollo, Jr. 4. Infectious Diseases Richard J. Hamill 5. Gastroenterology Rhonda A. Cole 6. Oncology Terry Hayes 7. Nephrology Sharma S. Prabhakar 8. Acid/Base and Electrolytes Sharma S. Prabhakar 9. Hematology Mark M. Udden 10. Pulmonary Medicine Sheila Goodnight-White 11. Rheumatology Richard A. Rubin 12. Allergy and Immunology Roger D. Rossen 13. AIDS and HIV Infection Christopher J. Lahart 14. Neurology Loren A. Rolak 15. Medical Consultation Jane M. Geraci 16. Ambulatory Care Mary P. Haward 17. Geriatric Care Sarah E. Selleck. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_1560533870

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Published by Cercle d'Etudes économiques du Comité des Associations Culturelles juin-juillet 1960, Tunis (1960)

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Item Description: Cercle d'Etudes économiques du Comité des Associations Culturelles juin-juillet 1960, Tunis, 1960. Agrafé sous la couverture, 23,5cm x 16cm, 68pp. Léger pli au coin supérieur droit, couverture recto avec légères rousseurs aux bords et très petit manque au coin inférieur droit, dos avec petite étiquette débordant sur la couverture, couverture verso avec légères salissures, sinon très bon état. RARE. Contient notamment: Hommage à Ragnar Nurkse: Plein emploi et croissance, facteurs de l'équilibre économique international, par Claude Zarka (pp1-15). Problèmes généraux de l'industrialisation de l'économie tunisienne, par André Cohen (pp16-22). Formation professionnelle des adultes en Tunisie, par Mohamed Ennaceur (pp23-30). Le développement économique du Pakistan, par Zafarul Islam (pp31-40). Impressions sur la Tunisie, par Gabriel Ardant (pp41-45). A propos du titre II du Budget ou Les budgets d'équipement en Tunisie depuis l'Indépendance, par Habib Mallouche (pp46-55). Tunisie / Industrie / Enseignement. Bookseller Inventory # 10720

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Item Description: 1995. Couverture souple. Book Condition: Très bon. Dust Jacket Condition: Très bon. Livre d'occasion In-4 br., 328 pp., nbr. fig., plans et ill. phot. en noir in et h.-t. Sommaire : LANCEL (Serge). - Exposé liminaire d'introduction au thème monuments funéraires - CAMPS (Gabriel). - Les nécropoles mégalithiques de l'Afrique du Nord - LONGERSTAY (Monique). - Les haouanet : état de la question - FANTAR (Mhamed). - Nécropoles puniques de Tunisie - BEN YOUNES (Habib). - L'architecture funéraire punique au Sahel. État et perspectives - BÉNICHOU-SAFAR (Hélène). - Tophets et nécropoles puniques - LASSERE (Jean-Marie). - Nécropoles, monuments et rites funéraires : période romaine. Bilan épigraphique - FERCHIOU (Naïdé). - Architecture funéraire de Tunisie à l'époque romaine - JEDDI (NABIHA.). - À propos d'une nécropole à Thina (Thaenae). Note préliminaire - Dl VlTA-ÉVRARD (Ginette), FONTANA (Sergio), Musso (Luisa). - Leptis Magna: une tombe exemplaire du Haut-Empire - BENSEDDIK (Nacéra). - Autels votifs de la région de Sétif : païens ou chrétiens - DUVAL (Noël). - Les nécropoles chrétiennes d'Afrique du Nord - STEVENS (Susan T.). - Sépultures tardives intra-muros à Carthage - MOHSSINE (Mohammed). - L'étude des cimetières médiévaux comme contribution à une approche d'histoire urbaine. L'exemple d'une ville marocaine : Meknès - EUZENNAT (Maurice). - Introduction au thème III - FlSHWlCK (Duncan). - De la Carthage punique à la Carthage romaine : la levée de l'interdit. Etc. Condition : Discret cachet, très bonne condition. 850g. Livre d'occasion. Bookseller Inventory # 510790

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Item Description: Dar al-Afaq 0, al-Jadidah. Geb Schutzumschlag. 18x24, al-Jadidah Dar al-Afaq, o.J. 18x24, 436 Seiten, Geb, Schutzumschlag, List of Participants: Abourezk, James / Abdul-Hadi Mahdi / Agwani M. S. / Ahmad Dar, Saeeduddin / Berger, Elmer / Berque, Jaques / Bourdet, Claude / Brown, Dean / Butenschon, Nils / Caradon, Hugh / Caradon, Silvia / Cattan, Henry / Davis, John / Falk, Richard / Findly, Paul / Habib, Gabriel / Harris, William / Holstein, Walter / Ibrahim, Saaduddine / Jackson, Jessie / Kenny, Lorne / Kreisky, Bruno / Lesch, Ann / Lewan, Kenneth / Mac Bride, Sean / Mallisson, Sally / Mallisson, Thomas / Milhem, Mohammad / Nazzal, Nafez / Niblock, Timothy / Ombaka, Oki-Ooko / Ott, David / Oweiss, Ibrahim / Redgrave, Vanessa / Ruedy, John / Riyadh, Mahmoud / Sabbagh,Hassib / Sayegh, Anis / Shimizu, Manabu / Tessler, Mark / Teuber, Charlotte / Thorpe, Merle Jr. / Tschirgi, Dan / Wasiuddin, Khwaja / Will, Donald / Witten, Edward / Ziadeh, Farahat. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 26516AB

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Henry Guppy

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 Excerpt: .of the high and the common people, and which would be a source of meditation to men of understanding and thought. I entitled it: Proof of Islam, in the transcription of a text corresponding to that of the Imam.1 . . It occurs in the Hadith that Gabriel--peace be with him--said: Recite the Kuran in seven letters, each one being sufficient and efficient . Ibn Mas ud said that this Kuran came down in seven letters, each one having an apparent sense and one requiring development (Dhahrun wa Batnun). If you say: What does he mean by seven letters? I shall answer that many opinions have been expressed about that. And Abu Ubaidah said: The seven letters mean the seven dialects of the language of the Arabs . It does not imply that there are seven ways in which a letter may be found; this has not been heard of at all, but it does mean that these seven dialects are disseminated here and there in the Kuran. Some of them are in the dialect of Kuraish, some of them in the dialect of Hawazen, some of them in the dialect of Hudhail, some of them in the dialect of Yaman, some of them in the dialect of Dus, and some of them in the dialect of Tamim. Some say that these seven letters are the seven readings that the seven Imams have adopted; one of these is Asim b. Abin-Nujud, and the name of his mother is Bahdalat, and he is called Asim son of Bahdalat; the second is Hamzah, son of Habib az-Zayyat; the third is Ali b. Hamzah al Kisa i; all these three were from Kiifah. The fourth is Abdallah b. Kathir, the 1 The Imam is the Caliph Othman under whose authority the Kuran was finally compiled. imam of Maccah; the fifth is Nafi b. Abdur-Rahman b. Mas ud, the imam of Madinah; the sixth is Amr. b. al- Ala , the imam of Basrah, and his nickname is al- Arian (. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781235977077

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Henry Guppy

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Item Description: RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 192 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.4in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 Excerpt: . . . of the high and the common people, and which would be a source of meditation to men of understanding and thought. I entitled it: Proof of Islam, in the transcription of a text corresponding to that of the Imam. 1 . . . It occurs in the Hadith that Gabriel--peace be with him--said: Recite the Kuran in seven letters, each one being sufficient and efficient. Ibn Masud said that this Kuran came down in seven letters, each one having an apparent sense and one requiring development (Dhahrun wa Batnun). If you say: What does he mean by seven letters I shall answer that many opinions have been expressed about that. . . . And Abu Ubaidah said: The seven letters mean the seven dialects of the language of the Arabs. It does not imply that there are seven ways in which a letter may be found; this has not been heard of at all, but it does mean that these seven dialects are disseminated here and there in the Kuran. Some of them are in the dialect of Kuraish, some of them in the dialect of Hawazen, some of them in the dialect of Hudhail, some of them in the dialect of Yaman, some of them in the dialect of Dus, and some of them in the dialect of Tamim. Some say that these seven letters are the seven readings that the seven Imams have adopted; one of these is Asim b. Abin-Nujud, and the name of his mother is Bahdalat, and he is called Asim son of Bahdalat; the second is Hamzah, son of Habib az-Zayyat; the third is Ali b. Hamzah al Kisai; all these three were from Kiifah. The fourth is Abdallah b. Kathir, the 1 The Imam is the Caliph Othman under whose authority the Kuran was finally compiled. imam of Maccah; the fifth is Nafi b. Abdur-Rahman b. Masud, the imam of Madinah; the sixth is Amr. b. al-Ala, the imam of Basrah, and his nickname is al-Arian (. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781235977077

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Henry Guppy

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 Excerpt: .of the high and the common people, and which would be a source of meditation to men of understanding and thought. I entitled it: Proof of Islam, in the transcription of a text corresponding to that of the Imam.1 . . It occurs in the Hadith that Gabriel--peace be with him--said: Recite the Kuran in seven letters, each one being sufficient and efficient . Ibn Mas ud said that this Kuran came down in seven letters, each one having an apparent sense and one requiring development (Dhahrun wa Batnun). If you say: What does he mean by seven letters? I shall answer that many opinions have been expressed about that. And Abu Ubaidah said: The seven letters mean the seven dialects of the language of the Arabs . It does not imply that there are seven ways in which a letter may be found; this has not been heard of at all, but it does mean that these seven dialects are disseminated here and there in the Kuran. Some of them are in the dialect of Kuraish, some of them in the dialect of Hawazen, some of them in the dialect of Hudhail, some of them in the dialect of Yaman, some of them in the dialect of Dus, and some of them in the dialect of Tamim. Some say that these seven letters are the seven readings that the seven Imams have adopted; one of these is Asim b. Abin-Nujud, and the name of his mother is Bahdalat, and he is called Asim son of Bahdalat; the second is Hamzah, son of Habib az-Zayyat; the third is Ali b. Hamzah al Kisa i; all these three were from Kiifah. The fourth is Abdallah b. Kathir, the 1 The Imam is the Caliph Othman under whose authority the Kuran was finally compiled. imam of Maccah; the fifth is Nafi b. Abdur-Rahman b. Mas ud, the imam of Madinah; the sixth is Amr. b. al- Ala , the imam of Basrah, and his nickname is al- Arian (. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781235977077

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Item Description: Books Llc Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 249x189x22 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 274. Kapitel: Beirut, Ethnische Minderheit im Libanon, Geographie (Libanon), Geschichte des Libanon, Kultur (Libanon), Libanese, Militär (Libanon), Nationales Symbol (Libanon), Politik (Libanon), Recht (Libanon), Religion (Libanon), Sport (Libanon), Unternehmen (Libanon), Verkehr (Libanon), Drusen, Armenier, Palästinakrieg, Zedernrevolution, United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, Parlamentswahlen im Libanon 2005, Fußball-Asienmeisterschaft 2000, Khaled al-Masri, Union für das Mittelmeer, Luftangriff auf Kana, Völkerbundmandat für Syrien und Libanon, Raschid Rida, Chehabismus, Gabriel Yared, Samir Kuntar, Streitkräfte des Libanon, Assyrer, Artillerieangriff auf Kana, Nationalversammlung, Kamal Dschumblat, Massaker von Sabra und Schatila, Gregor Ata, Anschlag auf den US-Stützpunkt in Beirut 1983, Sondertribunal für den Libanon, Libanesischer Bürgerkrieg, Operation Frühling der Jugend, Libanesische Regierung vom Juli 2005, Israelisch besetzte Gebiete, Politisches System des Libanon, Libanesische Fußballnationalmannschaft, Resolution 1701 des UN-Sicherheitsrates, Fouad Chehab, Luftstreitkräfte des Libanon, Samir Geagea, Elie Hobeika, Edmond Safra, Ethiopian-Airlines-Flug 409, Bahnstrecke Haifa Beirut Tripoli, Libanesische Bombenanschläge 2005, Mhallami, Eisenbahn Damas Hama et Prolongements, Grafschaft Tripolis, Joseph-Marie Raya, Abkommen von Taif, Qurnat-Schahwan-Sammlung, Ibrahim Maalouf, Rashid Karami, Königreich Syrien, Château Ksara, René Moawad, Michel Aoun, Georges Schehadé, Fatah al-Islam, Libanonkrise 1958, Khalil Gibran, Flagge des Libanon, Hassan Nasrallah, Aramäer, Zuhair Muhsin, Japanische Rote Armee, Adel Theodor Khoury, Gilbert Achcar, Syrisches Waisenhaus, Euro-mediterrane Partnerschaft, Camille Chamoun, Musa as-Sadr, Joumana Haddad, Libanonbahn, Chalil Mutran, Pierre Gemayel junior, Jad Hatem, Blaue Linie, Europäische Nachbarschaftspolitik, Grégoire Haddad, Beiruter Autobombenanschlag vom 8. März 1985, Anton Peter Khoraiche, Libanesisch-Arabisch, Südlibanesische Armee, Imad Mughniyya, Liste der Regierungschefs des Libanon, Libanesische Nationalbewegung, Ricky Shayne, Kamal Salibi, Syrisch-Libanesischer Feldzug, Suleiman Frangieh, Schienenverkehr im Libanon, Société des Chemins de fer Ottomans économiques de Beyrouth-Damas-Hauran, Taurus-Express, Fatah al-Intifada, Amerikanische Universität Beirut, Elie Bechara Haddad, Edmond Farhat, Charles Malik, Habib Bacha, Roland Aboujaoudé, Resolution 1680 des UN-Sicherheitsrates, Uli Derickson, Weinbau im Libanon, Bassel Fleihan, Near East School of Theology, Joe Hachem, Béchara Pierre Raï, Salim Ghazal, Scharbel Machluf, Resolution 1559 des UN-Sicherheitsrates, Élias Hrawi, Henri Boulad, Georges Haddad, Zakaria Chihab, Beirut-Marathon, Béchara el-Khoury, Ziad Jarrah, Georges Bacaouni, Massari, Salah Saouli, Syrische Anwesenheit im Libanon, Wajdi Mouawad, Philip Khuri Hitti, Carlos Ghosn, Nadschib Miqati, Nimatullah al-Hardini, Andrée Chedid, Émile Lahoud, Kata ib, Caramel, Mohammed Ali Hamadi, Omar Karami, Selim al-Hoss, Joseph Kallas, Tony Frangieh, Henri Chaoul, Yusuf al-Khal, Jordangraben, Ignace Raad, Elias Khoury, Kulluna lil-Watan lil-Ula lil-Alam, Ali Ahmad Said, Dany Chamoun, Pierre-Paul Méouchi, FitzGerald-Bericht, Mario Kassar, Elie Saab, Nayla Moawad, Fares Maakaroun, John Adel Elya, Assaad Elias Kattan, Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir, George Riashi, Georges Nicolas Haddad, Université Saint-Joseph, Georges El-Murr, Dory Chamoun, Antoine Joubeir, Miche. 276 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159139469

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Item Description: Books Llc Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 249x189x22 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 274. Kapitel: Beirut, Ethnische Minderheit im Libanon, Geographie (Libanon), Geschichte des Libanon, Kultur (Libanon), Libanese, Militär (Libanon), Nationales Symbol (Libanon), Politik (Libanon), Recht (Libanon), Religion (Libanon), Sport (Libanon), Unternehmen (Libanon), Verkehr (Libanon), Drusen, Armenier, Palästinakrieg, Zedernrevolution, United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, Parlamentswahlen im Libanon 2005, Fußball-Asienmeisterschaft 2000, Khaled al-Masri, Union für das Mittelmeer, Luftangriff auf Kana, Völkerbundmandat für Syrien und Libanon, Raschid Rida, Chehabismus, Gabriel Yared, Samir Kuntar, Streitkräfte des Libanon, Assyrer, Artillerieangriff auf Kana, Nationalversammlung, Kamal Dschumblat, Massaker von Sabra und Schatila, Gregor Ata, Anschlag auf den US-Stützpunkt in Beirut 1983, Sondertribunal für den Libanon, Libanesischer Bürgerkrieg, Operation Frühling der Jugend, Libanesische Regierung vom Juli 2005, Israelisch besetzte Gebiete, Politisches System des Libanon, Libanesische Fußballnationalmannschaft, Resolution 1701 des UN-Sicherheitsrates, Fouad Chehab, Luftstreitkräfte des Libanon, Samir Geagea, Elie Hobeika, Edmond Safra, Ethiopian-Airlines-Flug 409, Bahnstrecke Haifa Beirut Tripoli, Libanesische Bombenanschläge 2005, Mhallami, Eisenbahn Damas Hama et Prolongements, Grafschaft Tripolis, Joseph-Marie Raya, Abkommen von Taif, Qurnat-Schahwan-Sammlung, Ibrahim Maalouf, Rashid Karami, Königreich Syrien, Château Ksara, René Moawad, Michel Aoun, Georges Schehadé, Fatah al-Islam, Libanonkrise 1958, Khalil Gibran, Flagge des Libanon, Hassan Nasrallah, Aramäer, Zuhair Muhsin, Japanische Rote Armee, Adel Theodor Khoury, Gilbert Achcar, Syrisches Waisenhaus, Euro-mediterrane Partnerschaft, Camille Chamoun, Musa as-Sadr, Joumana Haddad, Libanonbahn, Chalil Mutran, Pierre Gemayel junior, Jad Hatem, Blaue Linie, Europäische Nachbarschaftspolitik, Grégoire Haddad, Beiruter Autobombenanschlag vom 8. März 1985, Anton Peter Khoraiche, Libanesisch-Arabisch, Südlibanesische Armee, Imad Mughniyya, Liste der Regierungschefs des Libanon, Libanesische Nationalbewegung, Ricky Shayne, Kamal Salibi, Syrisch-Libanesischer Feldzug, Suleiman Frangieh, Schienenverkehr im Libanon, Société des Chemins de fer Ottomans économiques de Beyrouth-Damas-Hauran, Taurus-Express, Fatah al-Intifada, Amerikanische Universität Beirut, Elie Bechara Haddad, Edmond Farhat, Charles Malik, Habib Bacha, Roland Aboujaoudé, Resolution 1680 des UN-Sicherheitsrates, Uli Derickson, Weinbau im Libanon, Bassel Fleihan, Near East School of Theology, Joe Hachem, Béchara Pierre Raï, Salim Ghazal, Scharbel Machluf, Resolution 1559 des UN-Sicherheitsrates, Élias Hrawi, Henri Boulad, Georges Haddad, Zakaria Chihab, Beirut-Marathon, Béchara el-Khoury, Ziad Jarrah, Georges Bacaouni, Massari, Salah Saouli, Syrische Anwesenheit im Libanon, Wajdi Mouawad, Philip Khuri Hitti, Carlos Ghosn, Nadschib Miqati, Nimatullah al-Hardini, Andrée Chedid, Émile Lahoud, Kata ib, Caramel, Mohammed Ali Hamadi, Omar Karami, Selim al-Hoss, Joseph Kallas, Tony Frangieh, Henri Chaoul, Yusuf al-Khal, Jordangraben, Ignace Raad, Elias Khoury, Kulluna lil-Watan lil-Ula lil-Alam, Ali Ahmad Said, Dany Chamoun, Pierre-Paul Méouchi, FitzGerald-Bericht, Mario Kassar, Elie Saab, Nayla Moawad, Fares Maakaroun, John Adel Elya, Assaad Elias Kattan, Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir, George Riashi, Georges Nicolas Haddad, Université Saint-Joseph, Georges El-Murr, Dory Chamoun, Antoine Joubeir, Miche. 276 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159139469

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Item Description: Books LLC Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 249x189x22 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 274. Kapitel: Beirut, Ethnische Minderheit im Libanon, Geographie (Libanon), Geschichte des Libanon, Kultur (Libanon), Libanese, Militär (Libanon), Nationales Symbol (Libanon), Politik (Libanon), Recht (Libanon), Religion (Libanon), Sport (Libanon), Unternehmen (Libanon), Verkehr (Libanon), Drusen, Armenier, Palästinakrieg, Zedernrevolution, United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, Parlamentswahlen im Libanon 2005, Fußball-Asienmeisterschaft 2000, Khaled al-Masri, Union für das Mittelmeer, Luftangriff auf Kana, Völkerbundmandat für Syrien und Libanon, Raschid Rida, Chehabismus, Gabriel Yared, Samir Kuntar, Streitkräfte des Libanon, Assyrer, Artillerieangriff auf Kana, Nationalversammlung, Kamal Dschumblat, Massaker von Sabra und Schatila, Gregor Ata, Anschlag auf den US-Stützpunkt in Beirut 1983, Sondertribunal für den Libanon, Libanesischer Bürgerkrieg, Operation Frühling der Jugend, Libanesische Regierung vom Juli 2005, Israelisch besetzte Gebiete, Politisches System des Libanon, Libanesische Fußballnationalmannschaft, Resolution 1701 des UN-Sicherheitsrates, Fouad Chehab, Luftstreitkräfte des Libanon, Samir Geagea, Elie Hobeika, Edmond Safra, Ethiopian-Airlines-Flug 409, Bahnstrecke Haifa Beirut Tripoli, Libanesische Bombenanschläge 2005, Mhallami, Eisenbahn Damas Hama et Prolongements, Grafschaft Tripolis, Joseph-Marie Raya, Abkommen von Taif, Qurnat-Schahwan-Sammlung, Ibrahim Maalouf, Rashid Karami, Königreich Syrien, Château Ksara, René Moawad, Michel Aoun, Georges Schehadé, Fatah al-Islam, Libanonkrise 1958, Khalil Gibran, Flagge des Libanon, Hassan Nasrallah, Aramäer, Zuhair Muhsin, Japanische Rote Armee, Adel Theodor Khoury, Gilbert Achcar, Syrisches Waisenhaus, Euro-mediterrane Partnerschaft, Camille Chamoun, Musa as-Sadr, Joumana Haddad, Libanonbahn, Chalil Mutran, Pierre Gemayel junior, Jad Hatem, Blaue Linie, Europäische Nachbarschaftspolitik, Grégoire Haddad, Beiruter Autobombenanschlag vom 8. März 1985, Anton Peter Khoraiche, Libanesisch-Arabisch, Südlibanesische Armee, Imad Mughniyya, Liste der Regierungschefs des Libanon, Libanesische Nationalbewegung, Ricky Shayne, Kamal Salibi, Syrisch-Libanesischer Feldzug, Suleiman Frangieh, Schienenverkehr im Libanon, Société des Chemins de fer Ottomans économiques de Beyrouth-Damas-Hauran, Taurus-Express, Fatah al-Intifada, Amerikanische Universität Beirut, Elie Bechara Haddad, Edmond Farhat, Charles Malik, Habib Bacha, Roland Aboujaoudé, Resolution 1680 des UN-Sicherheitsrates, Uli Derickson, Weinbau im Libanon, Bassel Fleihan, Near East School of Theology, Joe Hachem, Béchara Pierre Raï, Salim Ghazal, Scharbel Machluf, Resolution 1559 des UN-Sicherheitsrates, Élias Hrawi, Henri Boulad, Georges Haddad, Zakaria Chihab, Beirut-Marathon, Béchara el-Khoury, Ziad Jarrah, Georges Bacaouni, Massari, Salah Saouli, Syrische Anwesenheit im Libanon, Wajdi Mouawad, Philip Khuri Hitti, Carlos Ghosn, Nadschib Miqati, Nimatullah al-Hardini, Andrée Chedid, Émile Lahoud, Kata ib, Caramel, Mohammed Ali Hamadi, Omar Karami, Selim al-Hoss, Joseph Kallas, Tony Frangieh, Henri Chaoul, Yusuf al-Khal, Jordangraben, Ignace Raad, Elias Khoury, Kulluna lil-Watan lil-Ula lil-Alam, Ali Ahmad Said, Dany Chamoun, Pierre-Paul Méouchi, FitzGerald-Bericht, Mario Kassar, Elie Saab, Nayla Moawad, Fares Maakaroun, John Adel Elya, Assaad Elias Kattan, Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir, George Riashi, Georges Nicolas Haddad, Université Saint-Joseph, Georges El-Murr, Dory Chamoun, Antoine Joubeir, Miche. 276 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159139469

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Item Description: Books LLC Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 249x189x22 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 274. Kapitel: Beirut, Ethnische Minderheit im Libanon, Geographie (Libanon), Geschichte des Libanon, Kultur (Libanon), Libanese, Militär (Libanon), Nationales Symbol (Libanon), Politik (Libanon), Recht (Libanon), Religion (Libanon), Sport (Libanon), Unternehmen (Libanon), Verkehr (Libanon), Drusen, Armenier, Palästinakrieg, Zedernrevolution, United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, Parlamentswahlen im Libanon 2005, Fußball-Asienmeisterschaft 2000, Khaled al-Masri, Union für das Mittelmeer, Luftangriff auf Kana, Völkerbundmandat für Syrien und Libanon, Raschid Rida, Chehabismus, Gabriel Yared, Samir Kuntar, Streitkräfte des Libanon, Assyrer, Artillerieangriff auf Kana, Nationalversammlung, Kamal Dschumblat, Massaker von Sabra und Schatila, Gregor Ata, Anschlag auf den US-Stützpunkt in Beirut 1983, Sondertribunal für den Libanon, Libanesischer Bürgerkrieg, Operation Frühling der Jugend, Libanesische Regierung vom Juli 2005, Israelisch besetzte Gebiete, Politisches System des Libanon, Libanesische Fußballnationalmannschaft, Resolution 1701 des UN-Sicherheitsrates, Fouad Chehab, Luftstreitkräfte des Libanon, Samir Geagea, Elie Hobeika, Edmond Safra, Ethiopian-Airlines-Flug 409, Bahnstrecke Haifa Beirut Tripoli, Libanesische Bombenanschläge 2005, Mhallami, Eisenbahn Damas Hama et Prolongements, Grafschaft Tripolis, Joseph-Marie Raya, Abkommen von Taif, Qurnat-Schahwan-Sammlung, Ibrahim Maalouf, Rashid Karami, Königreich Syrien, Château Ksara, René Moawad, Michel Aoun, Georges Schehadé, Fatah al-Islam, Libanonkrise 1958, Khalil Gibran, Flagge des Libanon, Hassan Nasrallah, Aramäer, Zuhair Muhsin, Japanische Rote Armee, Adel Theodor Khoury, Gilbert Achcar, Syrisches Waisenhaus, Euro-mediterrane Partnerschaft, Camille Chamoun, Musa as-Sadr, Joumana Haddad, Libanonbahn, Chalil Mutran, Pierre Gemayel junior, Jad Hatem, Blaue Linie, Europäische Nachbarschaftspolitik, Grégoire Haddad, Beiruter Autobombenanschlag vom 8. März 1985, Anton Peter Khoraiche, Libanesisch-Arabisch, Südlibanesische Armee, Imad Mughniyya, Liste der Regierungschefs des Libanon, Libanesische Nationalbewegung, Ricky Shayne, Kamal Salibi, Syrisch-Libanesischer Feldzug, Suleiman Frangieh, Schienenverkehr im Libanon, Société des Chemins de fer Ottomans économiques de Beyrouth-Damas-Hauran, Taurus-Express, Fatah al-Intifada, Amerikanische Universität Beirut, Elie Bechara Haddad, Edmond Farhat, Charles Malik, Habib Bacha, Roland Aboujaoudé, Resolution 1680 des UN-Sicherheitsrates, Uli Derickson, Weinbau im Libanon, Bassel Fleihan, Near East School of Theology, Joe Hachem, Béchara Pierre Raï, Salim Ghazal, Scharbel Machluf, Resolution 1559 des UN-Sicherheitsrates, Élias Hrawi, Henri Boulad, Georges Haddad, Zakaria Chihab, Beirut-Marathon, Béchara el-Khoury, Ziad Jarrah, Georges Bacaouni, Massari, Salah Saouli, Syrische Anwesenheit im Libanon, Wajdi Mouawad, Philip Khuri Hitti, Carlos Ghosn, Nadschib Miqati, Nimatullah al-Hardini, Andrée Chedid, Émile Lahoud, Kata ib, Caramel, Mohammed Ali Hamadi, Omar Karami, Selim al-Hoss, Joseph Kallas, Tony Frangieh, Henri Chaoul, Yusuf al-Khal, Jordangraben, Ignace Raad, Elias Khoury, Kulluna lil-Watan lil-Ula lil-Alam, Ali Ahmad Said, Dany Chamoun, Pierre-Paul Méouchi, FitzGerald-Bericht, Mario Kassar, Elie Saab, Nayla Moawad, Fares Maakaroun, John Adel Elya, Assaad Elias Kattan, Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir, George Riashi, Georges Nicolas Haddad, Université Saint-Joseph, Georges El-Murr, Dory Chamoun, Antoine Joubeir, Miche. 276 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159139469

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