anas Mohamed had just hung up the phone when he heard a rapping at the door.
anas al-Dabas, a citizen of Daraya, witnessed a massacre in 2012 perpetrated by Syrian military forces.
During his ordeal, anas said, he began to experience vivid hallucinations as a result of the injections.
anas Sheghri, a protest leader in Banias, was jailed in April.
The common pintail duck, (anas acuta,) is found here in vast flocks.
Nearly all of them called her by her Christian name, "anas."
Seeing them in this state, anas ibn Nazir shamed them: 'What aileth you that ye are so downcast?'
Feathers on scapulars and sides of body are as those of anas poecilorhyncha.
Flocks of ducks, probably anas rufitorques, were swimming on the water.
These latter occupy the kingdom of the anas, and are governed by a queen.
ana an·a (ān'ə)
Both in the same quantity; of each. Used to refer to ingredients in prescriptions.