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  • He is saying nothing new, and he sounds desperate to get his point across — ad nauseam. hamada hamada

    Is Obama overexposed?

  • Much of the coast is formed of cliffs 20 to 50 m high, and a sandy or gravelly hamada plateau stretches inland.

    Atlantic coastal desert

  • His name Abu al-Qasim Muḥammad ibn Abd Allah ibn Abd al-Muttalib ibn Hashim ibn Abd Manaf ibn Qusai ibn Kilab derives from the Arabic verb hamada, meaning "to praise, to glorify".

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  • I.love. this.video. so.much. jeff hamada 8 days ago superb!

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  • OMG WHY DO U HAVE TO BE A "BETA TESTER" TO ACCESS MSN 8.0!!! hamada says: this is a very nice lee says: can you tell me how to get it that will be good for people that want it!!!!!

    plaxoed!

  • ( "praised") - because the Arabic root hamada, whence comes the name Muhammad, means

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  • Also hammada.

    November 21, 2008

  • ... a type of desert landscape made up of largely barren, hard, rocky plateaus, with very little sand. A hamada may sometimes also be called a reg, though this more properly refers to a stony plain rather than a highland.
    Hamadas exist in contrast to ergs, which are large areas of shifting sand dunes.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamada.

    September 19, 2007