Mercedes Goes After Younger Buyers

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Friday, August 07, 2015-2:49:03 PM | اسم الطالب : شادى محمد احمد ابراهيم | رقم الجلوس: 206185 | التخصص : الثانوية العامة المصرية نظام حديث-علمي علوم | المجموع الكلي: 396.00 | المحافظة : القاهرة | الإدارة التعليمية : الوايلى | هاتف : 01111890396 | النوع : ذكر | الديانة: مسلم | تاريخ الميلاد : 12/8/1996 |

قائمة الرغبات المسجلة في مكتب التنسيق | 1. | اقتصاد وعلوم سياسية القاهرة, | 25. | اداب الفيوم, | 2. | طب بيطرى القاهره, | 26. | اداب شبين الكوم ج المنوفية, | 3. | طب بيطرى الزقازيق, | 27. | دار العلوم ج القاهره, | 4. | طب بيطرى بنها, | 28. | تربية حلوان, | 5. | طب بيطرى الاسكندريه, | 29. | تربية ابتدائي عين شمس, | 6. | تجاره وإدارة أعمال ج حلوان, | 30. | معهد فني تمريض عين شمس, | 7. | تجاره عين شمس, | 31. | معهد فني تمريض مستشفى تخصصي عين شمس, | 8. | تجاره القاهره, | 32. | نوعية عباسيه, | 9. | اعلام القاهره, | 33. | حقوق عين شمس, | 10. | السن عين شمس, | 34. | حقوق حلوان, | 11. | علوم عين شمس, | 35. | حقوق القاهره, | 12. | علوم القاهره, | 36. | معهد فنى تمريض حلوان, | 13. | علوم حلوان, | 37. | اثار الفيوم, | 14. | علوم الفيوم, | 38. | تجاره شبين الكوم ج المنوفية, | 15. | علوم الزقازيق, | 39. | حقوق شبين الكوم ج منوفية, | 16. | علوم طنطا, | 40. | علوم بنها, | 17. | اثار القاهره, | 41. | اداب بنها, | 18. | زراعه القاهره, | 42. | تجاره طنطا, | 19. | زراعه عين شمس, | 43. | اداب طنطا, | 20. | زراعه الزقازيق, | 44. | حقوق طنطا, | 21. | اداب القاهره, | 45. | اداب جامعة دمياط, | 22. | اداب عين شمس, | 46. | اداب كفر الشيخ, | 23. | اداب حلوان, | 47. | تكنولوجيا المصايد والاسماك ج اسوان, | 24. | اداب الزقازيق, | 48. | كلية…...

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