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“New York’s total of 9,250 deaths far exceeded that of the next-highest state, New Jersey, which had 6,150 at the time,” Goodman and Hakim report.Timeline: Andrew Cuomo’s effort to downplay New York’s nursing home death toll|Philip Bump|March 5, 2021|Washington Post
However, Hakim remains unfazed: “I really hope that the third intifada"—or uprising—"starts soon.”
“Our violence is nothing compared to the Israeli violence,” Hakim continued.
In her new book, ‘Erotic Capital,’ Catherine Hakim argues that women should use sex appeal to level the playing field at work.
Not so many years ago, Abdul Hakim Hasadi, a Libyan, trained at military camps in Afghanistan and narrowly escaped American bombs.
Abdul Hakim, for his part, insists there is no goal beyond ousting Gaddafi.
The hakim, still squatting, slid over his hookah with a friendly foot, and Kim pulled at the good weed.
Let the hakim and the young priest settle between them whether charms or medicine most avail.
The hakim spoke truly to me this morn when he said a breath from the snows blows away twenty years from the life of a man.
And the physical Hakim could by no test or shibboleth be prevented from silently introducing the spiritual Hakim.The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 1 (2 vols)|Thomas De Quincey
Wife—kinswoman—hermit—Hakim-each appears in the lists as soon as the other is defeated!The Talisman|Sir Walter Scott