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  • Even though Sawsan loved the summer trips to Jordan where she finally had a teta, a grandmother, she never left America without throwing a tantrum for being taken away from her life.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • She knew that Iraqis looked like her teta, aunts, uncles, and cousins in Jordan, and that they all just wanted to get by.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • Even though Sawsan loved the summer trips to Jordan where she finally had a teta, a grandmother, she never left America without throwing a tantrum for being taken away from her life.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • She knew that Iraqis looked like her teta, aunts, uncles, and cousins in Jordan, and that they all just wanted to get by.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • Even though Sawsan loved the summer trips to Jordan where she finally had a teta, a grandmother, she never left America without throwing a tantrum for being taken away from her life.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • She knew that Iraqis looked like her teta, aunts, uncles, and cousins in Jordan, and that they all just wanted to get by.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • I told Nader the other day to stop worrying about me… he reminded me of teta, grandmother, when I was around thirteen, when she did not let me go to the cinema with my friends because "the Israelis might bomb katyushas in the movie theatre"… yes, even in times of "peace" there was never peace! the Israelis controlled our agenda…I mean, for batteekh's sake, katyushas in the movie theatre?

    Natalie Abou Shakra: An Animal Laboratory

  • My teta makes it from scratch and I have to say, NOBODY makes it better than my teta.

    Za'atar Flatbreads and Spiced Lamb Flatbreads

  • You actually do not have to make the dough from scratch, although, it is the tastiest when my teta makes it from scratch.

    Za'atar Flatbreads and Spiced Lamb Flatbreads

  • G&L Bonfante translate teta as "grandmother", however in this context Teta must surely be a family name note the Latin nomen Tettius as well as Vel Teta Celias from CIE 1553.

    The Etruscan word 'tezan'

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