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  • PS your layla is the most gorgeous dog i've ever seen

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  • Cool Hendrix section though, and got to see Claptons 'layla' guitar and more importantly the Donatello suit from the turtles film TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Erotic, tragic, hilarious, romantic, the stories from the cities, souks and courtyards contained in "Alf layla wa-layla" - the Thousand-And-One Nights - played to enthusiastic audiences as the three-week festival drew to a close at the weekend.

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  • Melon, my father committed suicide because of his mental state but I know he lives today because of his faith in Christ! layla

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  • Whatever its etymology, her name is a wordplay on Hebrew layla, “night,” for as the night overcomes the mighty sun (the name Samson, Shimshon, is related to “sun,” shemesh), so Delilah overcomes the apparently invincible strong man, Samson.

    Delilah: Bible.

  • June 15, 2008 at 02:39 PM this my kitty and puppy the cats name is layla and the dog is peanut butter

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  • The problem, for me is the following: if Torah Judaism “really” taught an emancipatory politics, one would see this reflected in those who really live and breathe the stuff yomam va’layla i.e the people referred to as haredim and, to a lesser extent, the “modern Orthodox” people.

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  • One hundred and fifty dirhams for one night. wa kam thaman ghurfa li-shakhsayn li muddat layla waaHida? wah kam tah-man goor-fah lee-shak-sayn lee moodat lay-lah wah-hee-dah?

    Arabic for Dummies

  • How much is a single room for one night? mi'a wa khamsiin daraahim li layla waaHida. mee-ah wah kam-seen dah-rah-heem lee lay-lah wahhee-dah.

    Arabic for Dummies

  • In Layali alf layla (1982), translated as Arabian Nights and Days, Mahfouz, adopting the story telling fashion of The Arabian Nights, writes riddles which can be read against the background of contemporary politics and society, in particular perhaps the open-door policy introduced by President Sadat.

    Naguib Mahfouz – The Son of Two Civilizations


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  • Layla by Derrick and the Dominoes

    February 8, 2008