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Seventh day.. “Education”: Results of high school chemistry revision promising.

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Saturday, July 08, 2023 06:13 PM

The Seventh Day print edition, published tomorrow morning, carries several important news files and coverage, the most important of which is: “Education”: The results of chemistry correction for public secondary level are promising.. 6 Safe Beaches in Alexandria after high tide warning.. Governorate to welcome holidaymakers this year 64 beaches have been prepared.. and the price is same as last year and electronic booking service is being implemented again

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“Education”: The results of chemistry revision for high school exams are promising.

108,000 complaints to “government organization” last June

Legislation establishing the National Coalition for Civil Action will be before “Representatives” tomorrow.

Professors.. A triumphant breakthrough in the love of musical tradition at the opera house.. Medhat Saleh was the first to be creative.

The Minister of Culture thanked United for documenting the concerts.. and the ceremony

6 Safer Beaches in Alexandria After High Tide Warning…The governorate has prepared 64 beaches this year to receive holidaymakers.



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