Synonyms for samama or Related words with samama

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Examples of "samama"
Dar Caïd Nessim Samama is one of the palaces of the medina of Tunis.
The qaid of Jews and treasurer of the bey of Tunis, Nessim Samama, built this palace in 1860.
Haydée Samama Chikly Tamzali (August 23, 1906 — August 20, 1998) was a Tunisian actress, writer, and filmmaker, considered the first woman screenwriter in Africa.
Haydée Chikly was born in 1906, the daughter of Tunisian Jewish filmmaker Albert Samama Chikly. Her mother was Italian-born Bianca Ferrero.
The female helm Carolijn Brouwer and her crew Wouter Samama made history after finishing on June 10, 2012 in 3 hours, 10 mins and 35 seconds placing first overall and becoming the first female helmsman to win.
The aim of some languages is to express deep meaning with very few parts. For instance, Toki Pona is based on just 123 words and 14 'sounds'. The creator, Sonja Lang, says that the principles are built on Taoism. Another language composed along the same lines is Papisa-samama which utilises just six consonants and two vowels, has just 12 syllables, making just a 120 word lexicon. It can be read in its own Chinese-like written form or in a pinyin-like, romanised form. Unlike Toki Pona, it has a complex number system based on Roman numerals. Both Toki Pona and Papisa-samama have a small root-word vocabulary and rely heavily on compound nouns, for instance, in Papisa-samama, "enlightenment" might be translated as "patima-tasama-simi", that is, "deep-thought-light."
Uns ben Hars Asadi, Habib ibn Muzahir (commander of the left flank) Moslem ben Ausaja Asadi, Qais ben Masher Asadi, Abu Samama Umru ben Abdellah, oreer Hamdani, Hanala ibn Asad, Abis Shakri, Abdul Rahman Rahbi, Saif ibn Hars, Amer ben Abdellah Hamdani.
In 2011 Clark published "The Raw Man". "The Guardian" said the novel, set during the Zimbawean war for independence, "captures liminal characters at a liminal moment in Zimbabwe's history." The novel was translated into French by Cécile Chartres and Elisabeth Samama as "Les Douze Portes dans la maison du sergent Gordon".
The Derawan Islands () are in the province of East Kalimantan in Indonesia. They include Derawan, Sangalaki, Kakaban, Maratua, Panjang, and Samama Island and submerged reefs and islets. They are located in the Sulawesi Sea, on the coastal shelf of East Kalimantan (2°17′N - 118°13′E). The islands are part of the Berau Regency.
On September 25, Minister Ben Jeddou says fourteen Islamist Ansar al-Sharia and AQIM, which Kamel Gadhgadhi, are still active in Jebel Chambi and fourteen others in Samama. He argues that these insurgents are known by police and twelve of them are Algerians. He also believes that Seifallah Ben Hassine has probably fled to Libya.
Zohra is a 1922 silent 35 mm short film from Tunisia by Albert Samama ('Chikly'). It was the first indigenous North African film production. The movie script was written by Chikly's daughter, Haydée Chikly, who also edited and starred as the key female protagonist in the film.
This panel discussed promoting new green products in relation to finance, while also incorporating climate considerations throughout economic systems. The panel members include Eric Usher, Canada; Jochen Flasbarth, Germany; Christian Grossman, Germany; Frederic Samama, France; Mustapha Bakkoury, Morocco; Monica Scatasta, Luxembourg.
On 9 September, the Army recaptured Khitab, Zor Bel Hsein, Zor al Masaleq, Zor al Jdid and Kherbet al Hjame, and the Rahbat Khitab military base, while according to Al-Masdar News, Army and NDF units also seized the villages of Al-Samama and Qamaha and two neighborhoods in Halfaya. An al-Nusra Front commander was killed near Halfaya during the day's fighting. With government troops regaining control of these villages and the rebels pushed back, Hama military airport was no longer threatened.
In 2009 Honing forms an acoustic band with a chordal instrument for the first time! In his Acoustic Quartet Wolfert Brederode is the pianist, Ruben Samama on double bass, and Joost Lijbaart once again the drummer. That same year Honing also invites dance producer Floris Klinkert for a collaboration, resulting in the CD "Phase Five". On this album Floris makes use of samples from the saxophonist's entire discography to produce new compositions. The resulting songs are sung by pop singers like Leine, Sarah Bettens (known of the band K's Choice) and Lilian Vieira (of the band Zuco 103); in addition Honing himself is featured as a soloist.
In 1999 David Moore wrote that Escher is one of the most prominent Dutch composers of the previous generation. Leo Samama was also laudatory when we mentioned Escher's work: "Together with the 'Sinfonia per dieci strumenti' (1973/75), the 'Flute sonata' (1976/79) and the 'Trio for clarinet, viola and piano' (1978/79), the 'Wind Quintet' belongs to the works of a master – one of the few our country has known - of an artist that has developed such a personal language, a personal grammar, a personal sound, that every statement about French or German influences, about old or new music, about place and time are futile and meaningless."
He first tried to make it as a film writer by participating in the writing of two films: "The Son of Amr's death" ("Le Fils d'Amr est mort") of Jean-Jacques Andrien and "Kfar Kassem" of Borhane Alaoui. Soon after, Mahmoud made his first feature film "Crossings" ("Traversées") in 1982. His second feature film, released in 1992, "Chichkhan, Diamond Dust" ("Chichkhan, poussière de diamant") was selected for Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival. Mahmoud has also released a number of documentary films between 1992 and 2006, such as: "Italiani dell'altra riva" (1992), "Anastasia de Bizerte" (1996), "Albert Samama-Chikli" (1996), "Ennejma Ezzahra" (1998), "The Thousand and One Voices" (2001), "Fadhel Jaibi, a Theatre in Freedom" (2003) and "The Beys of Tunis, a colonial monarchy in turmoil" ("Les Beys de Tunis, une monarchie dans la tourmente")(2006). Meanwhile, he has still continued to make films that have marked his film career success, such as "Naps grenadines" which was released in 2003.
In 1919, the first feature-length movie produced on the North African continent: "Les Cinq gentlemen maudits" ("The Five Accursed Gentlemen") was filmed in Tunisia. In 1924, Samama-Chikli directed a medium-length film called "Ain Al-Ghazal" ("The Girl from Carthage") thus making him, one of the very first native filmmakers on the North African continent. In 1966, the first feature Tunisian film (95 minutes) "Al-Fajr" ("The Dawn") was directed and produced by Omar Khlifi; it was shot on a 35 mm film. Tunisia also hosts the Carthage Film Festival which has been taking place since 1966. The festival gives priority to films from Arab and African countries. It is the oldest film festival on the African continent and the Arab World.
In 2011, Ríos moved to New York City to write songs for a new record that he hoped would feature little more than guitar and vocals. A growing attraction to performing solo led to a three-year informal residency at Rockwood Music Hall where he met musician/producer Ruben Samama, who would go on to play contrabass and produce the record. Samama's wife, cellist Amber Docters van Leeuwen, completed the trio and it was this formation that would serve as the basis for the sound of the record. It became apparent that the album would have to be recorded live with limited overdubbing and searching for an adequate room. They ended up in Dreamland Studios, a converted wooden chapel in Woodstock, New York. Rios went on to release a song a month for a year, further compiling them under the title "This Marauder's Midnight" (2014). An international physical release is slated for early 2015, although the album is already available on iTunes, Spotify and Deezer in most countries.
He subsequently exhibited: "The smoker (il fumatore)"; "Washerwomen at Etna"; and an outdoor portrait of his sister. He also painted "Sull'aia' "; "La nonna"; "Il Gabbro"; and a half-figure of Ciociaro. In 1886 at Livorno, he exhibited another "Studio dal vero"; and the next year, at Florence: "Studio di vecchia"; and "il Ritorno dalla Fonte". To Venice he sent: "Il riposo delle Gabbrigiane". After this he completed: "Mattina d'estate", "Bella Marina", which won a bronze medal at the 1889 Paris Exhibition, and was later exhibited in Chicago. At the 1889 Promotrice of Florence, Tommasi exhibited: "Il pescatore di rezzaglio"; "Dopo il libeccio"; "Marina" and, "Ultime vangate". This last painting was awarded first prize, the Prize of Florence (2000 lire). Tommasi also painted portraits, for example: of signor Samama of Livorno, of signor Malenchini, of signor De Witt, of the naval engineer Orlando, and Comm. Costella, Sindaco of Livorno. In 1885, he exhibited a "A figure of a Lady". Tommasi also sent to the Exposition a large canvas titled: "Studio dal vero". In relation to the painting "Contadini che vangano (Ultime vangate)", Gubernatis states that: the artist lives the life of its models, because it invokes a feeling of fatigue and of piety, noting that poor people sentenced to work so rude; ... the large canvas by Angiolo Tommasi does not, however the feeling that animates the paintings of Niccolò Cannicci but imposes the tough reality, just posits what the eye sees ... Three and two peasant farmers who excavate the earth, turning their backs to the viewer, which is before a vague expanse of fields, already immersed in the calm evening light, the sun has set, and the smoking chimneys of the nearby village proclaim dinner time . The five figures have life, movement, energy, the country opens up before you, realistic, ample, spacious, and the eye goes for a long stretch and lose to the last line of the distant horizon.