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  • 161 Mazhar — This article is about the Arabic tambourine. For other uses, see Mazhar (disambiguation). The mazhar (Arabic: مظهر‎; plural mazāhar, مظاهر) is a large, heavy tambourine used in Arabic music. The mazhar s frame is generally made out of wood. The… …

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  • 162 Figure 8 — might refer to: *Figure 8, an expression describing a Lissajous curve that resembles the number 8 *Figure 8, a circle that turns around upon itself, on its side is a symbol for infinity *Figure eight knot, (also called a Flemish Knot), is a type… …

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  • 163 Naqara — A naqara (Arabic: نقارة‎) was an especially large drum that was used by the Mongol in battle.[citation needed] The drum itself was so large it was necessary to have it carried in to battle by a beast of burden, traditionally a camel. Its main use …

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  • 164 Tilly Bagshawe — is a British freelance journalist and author. Her first novel Adored (ISBN 0 446 57688 3) was published in July 2005 and centres around the beautiful and privileged Siena McMahon, who is packed off to boarding school in England but is determined… …

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  • 165 Albena Denkova — Maxim Staviski at the 2004 Worlds. Personal information Country represented …

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  • 166 Taheyya Kariokka — Tahiya Karioka ( ar. تحية كاريوكا) also Tahiya Mohamed (born as: Badaweya Mohamed Kareem Al Nirani), (1920 ndash;September 20, 1999) was an Egyptian belly dancer and film actress. Born in the Egyptian town of Ismaileya in 1920 to Mohamed Kareem,… …

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  • 167 Stéphane Bertrand — (born 1967) is a bassist and composer. He is French born in Cannes in 1967.Bertrand collaborated with Amina Fakhet, Soriba Kouyaté, Jean Marc Jafet, Gilles Choir, Frédéric l Epée, the Curl group and many other artists.His play is characterized by …

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  • 168 Naima Akef — (Arabic: نعيمة عاكف‎, 7 October 1929 23 April 1966) was a famous Egyptian belly dancer during the Egyptian cinema s golden age and starred in many films of the time. Naima Akef was born in Tanta on the Nile Delta. Her parents were acrobats in the …

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  • 169 Maxim Staviski — at the 2011 Worlds. Personal information Country represented …

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  • 170 Hotel Babylon — This article is about a television drama. For the novel of the same name, see Hotel Babylon (novel). For the similarly titled novel by Arnold Bennett, see The Grand Babylon Hotel. Hotel Babylon Hotel Babylon s intertitle …

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  • 171 List of Stonyhurst alumni/ae — This article lists notable alumni/ae of Stonyhurst College in Lancashire, England, and its linear antecedents at St Omers, Bruges and Liege.cite web url=http://www.stonyhurst.ac.uk author=Stonyhurst College title=Alumni of the school date=2006… …

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  • 172 Tim Plester — (b. 10 September 1970 in Oxfordshire, England) is a British playwright and actor who lives and works in London.Plester graduated in 1994 with a BA (Hons) in theatre at Dartington College of Arts in Devon. He went on to obtain an MA (Hons) in… …

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  • 173 Awassi (sheep) — The Awassi ( ar. عواسي) is a local sheep breed in South West Asia originated in the Syro Arabian desert. Other local names can also be Ivesi, Baladi, Deiri, Syrian, Ausi, Nuami or Gezirieh [ [http://www.ansi.okstate.edu/breeds/sheep/awassi/index.h… …

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  • 174 Arabic influence on the Spanish language — has been significant, due to the Islamic presence in the Iberian peninsula between 711 and 1492 A.D. (see Al Andalus). Modern day Spanish language (also called castellano in Spanish) first appeared in the small Christian Kingdom of Castile in… …

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  • 175 The Best of Dalida, Vol. 2 — Infobox Album Name = The Best of Dalida Type = Compilation album Artist = Dalida Released = 1987 Recorded = 1970 1983 Genre = World music, Pop music, Disco, New Wave music, Adult contemporary music Length = Label = International Shows, Carrere… …

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  • 176 John Cook Wilson — (born Nottingham 6 June 1849, died 1915) was an English philosopher. The only son of a Methodist minister, after Derby School he went up to Balliol College, Oxford in 1868, where he read both Classics and Mathematics, gaining a double First in… …

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  • 177 Comix 2000 — is an international one shot independent comic book published by L Association (France) in November 1999 and distributed in the United States by Fantagraphics Books. All the cartoons featured in Comix 2000 are wordless in order to accommodate… …

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  • 178 Episode One (The Office, Series Two) — UK Office episode name = Episode One ep num = 7 date = September 30, 2002 series = 2 Episode One is the first episode of the second series of The Office . It was originally broadcast on 30 September, 2002.ynopsisThe episode takes place two weeks… …

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  • 179 Episode Two (The Office, Series Two) — UK Office episode name = Episode Two ep num = 8 date = October 7, 2002 series = 2 Episode Two is the second episode of the second series of The Office . It was originally broadcast on 7 October, 2002.ynopsisIt is the day of the staff appraisals,… …

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  • 180 Episode Three (The Office, Series Two) — UK Office episode name = Episode Three ep num = 9 date = October 14, 2002 series = 2 Episode Three is the third episode of the second series of The Office . It was originally broadcast on 14 October, 2002.ynopsisIt is Trudy s birthday. Naturally …

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