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    Vocal Cord Dysfunction Evaluation and Outcome of Conservative Treatment Abstract Objective: This article reports evaluation of 30 patients with Vocal Cord Dysfunction (VCD) and the outcome of conservative management program including voice therapy and breathing exercises. Study design: A prospective observational follow up study. Methods: Thirty consecutive referrals of refractory asthma patients and patients presented by laryngeal symptoms diagnosed as having VCD were assessed, treated and…

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    Mecca Research Paper

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    Muhammad was a prophet, a messenger of God. He was the founder of Muslim faith.According to the Islamic faith, Muslims must pray at least five time a day, bowing down in the direction of Mecca. Mecca is physically located 45 miles east of Red Sea port of Jeddah, a city surrounded by the Sirat Mountains. Mecca is an Arabian commercial center. It is dominated by Quraysh. It is also the center of Islam. Islam is a monotheistic religion. The holy book of Islam is the Qu’ran The only people allowed…

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    Arab Gulf Family Structure

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    Presentation The Gulf social orders have been experiencing radical changes since the finish of the 1970s. The Arab Gulf family is going through a quick progress that influences its capacities, parts, specialist, and structure. One must begin with an essential speculation that surveys the Arab Gulf family as a fundamental unit that broadens its social segments from Arab Islamic sources; and as a monetary unit that plays out various financial parts to the advantage of its own individuals and of…

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    Saudi Arabia is my country and i was going for America to complete my education. It was my first air travel. I was to venture out from Jeddah to California. My heart was beating as I strolled through the entryways of the Jeddah air terminal. I was gripping to my bag as I walked up to the counter to get my ticket. I needed to hold up in line to get my ticket and after that get my pack checked. At that point I heard it "flight 0091 to California is presently loading up." After I gave this nominal…

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    Saudi Arabia: A Petroleum Super Power and Strategically Placed Ally The gulf state of Saudi Arabia has built a booming petroleum-based economy with a strategic location of high importance to the United States and her interest. Saudi Arabia has the strongest economy on the Arabian Peninsula. Its investments in the PATRIOT missile system have catapulted them to the top slot of valuable allies that the United States has in the region. The strong cultural history of Saudi Arabia has helped…

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    built upon the idea of the ineffectiveness of social roles in identity reshaping. Arnett (2002) overlooks citizens in some countries who cannot follow global values because they will be looked down on and disdained by their society,. For instance, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, there is a huge influence of western rappers and hip-hop singers, but young Saudis find it hard to even wear similar clothes to those rappers or hip-hop singers because they would be considered outcasts by their society and…

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    Friday

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    Friday, the 18th of March, 2005, shall be remembered as a watershed in the Islamic discourse on the role of woman in religious life, as the first-ever Friday congregation was led by a Muslim woman scholar that day. The woman prayer leader, Amina Wadud, professor of Islamic Studies at the Virginia Commonwealth University, was considered a heretic by many, as she challenged the halo of sanctity around the male-centric, and in some cases, misogynic constructions of Muslim religious teachings.…

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    Analysis Of Fun Heaven

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    heaven especially because there are no other competitors who serve the same market or with our services and strategy. Customers become more loyal which lowers their bargaining power. Also for suppliers, fun heaven will become the next big thing in Jeddah because it satisfies a huge need without charging high prices, thus it will be linked with a certain level of prestige which will decrease their power. In order to assure the quality and low prices of fun heaven, we will provide "a bid" on the…

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    Abortion in Islam Introduction Abortion is end of pregnancy , either intentionally or unintentionally and sometimes it is called ( termination of pregnancy). There is two main classification of abortion is therapeutic and elective abortion . In this article we will see the view of Muslims scholar regarding abortion in Islam . Almost of Muslims scholar and authorities regard ethical dilemma of abortion as jurisprudential topics. Some schools of Islamic jurisprudence regard abortion as…

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    faced with. However, by seeking advice, Grover realized that there were more options to consider. His decision to offer Al Humaidi a trip to France, proved to be the right choice, since he received the order to provide healthcare equipment to the Jeddah branch of the Prince Khalid Specialist Hospital. I think Grover handled himself with dignity, while maintaining Medical Equipment's conduct…

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