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Still, amid the uncertainty the residents of Bab al-Salameh do their best to carve a semblance of order into their lives.
Compounding this is the fact that Bab al-Salameh, while significantly safer than most other areas, is still in a war zone.
Nowhere are these disparate conditions more evident than in Bab al-Salameh.
Now, he is partly responsible for overseeing a staff of 29 teachers in Bab al-Salameh.
A few days before his abduction, fighters with the newly-formed Islamic Front seized FSA weapons storehouses at Bab al-Hawa.Al Qaeda-Linked Jihadists Are Hunting and Killing Moderate Syrian Rebels|Jamie Dettmer|December 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
One day old Bab was hoeing in a field and got in a squabble about something with a young gal name Polly, same name as his wife.Slave Narratives, Oklahoma|Various
Subconsciously, if not directly though, Bab began to divine a hint of antagonism in the man.
Slowly he opened his eyes and looked at Bab in a sort of shamefaced way.The Automobile Girls Along the Hudson|Laura Dent Crane
Bab saw the Frenchman, Monsieur Duval, walk over to this table.The Automobile Girls at Palm Beach|Laura Dent Crane
"Nothing—it was just someone in the hall," Bab evasively answered; and her face thoughtful now, she finished arranging the table.