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brik

(brɪk)
n
(Cookery) a Tunisian deep-fried spicy pastry filled with fish or meat and sometimes an egg
[Arabic]
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Supply of 3 Ply Corru gated Boxes to Pack 1000 ml Brik Packs without Partitions.
They are Nihel Kbaier, Rim Missaoui, Jihene Mohamed, Nouha Bouraoui, Ahlem Trayi, Amina Mansour, Fatma Ktari, Abir Othmane, Khouloud Jenhani, Maissa Langliz, Rahma Agrebi, Maroua Boughanmi, Mariem Brik and Mouna Hammouda.
on Tuesday evening, 18/9 /1438 AH, First Soldier Walid bin Brik bin Mabrouk Al-Hujaili was shot by firing from an unknown source after leaving his security patrol to carry out his field missions in Ohod street in Qatif governorate, which resulted in his injury and transferring him to hospital, noting that his health condition is stable.
The legend of the Golem is brought to modern-day Yonkers, New York, in the graphic novel Brik, by Adam Glass, Michael Benson, and Harwinder Singh.
La situation de tous les beneficiaires du mecanisme 16 sera regularisee avant la fin de l'annee 2017, a affirme, vendredi, Abid Brik, ministre de la Fonction publique et de la Gouvernance.
Project Runway" Season 15, episode 4 will send another designer packing, and there are rumors that it could either be Brik Allen or Mah-Jing Wong.
Head of Cooperation,European Union Delegation to Pakistan,Bernard Francois,representative of the ministry of interior of Hungary OttS F brik,Assistant Director General/ Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific,International Labour Organization Ms Tomoko Nishimoto ,Country Director ILO Ms Ingrid Christensen and Ms Sedef Dearing, Senior Regional Adviser, Silk Routes,ICMPD were also present.
Last year, he and his partner Ayoub Aloufi made it happen, opening the first Tunisian restaurant in Oman where his four Tunisian chefs turn out authentic specialties like mlawi sandwiches, oily wraps filled with eggs and either tuna or meat, hot harissa, and briny olives; fricasse, small rolls filled with boiled eggs, tuna, olives, and hot harissa paste; chapatti (totally unlike the Indian or Omani chapatti, this thick, griddled flatbread is stuffed with tuna or shredded meat); and brik, a deliciously crispy fried pastry stuffed with potato, egg, tangy capers and olives, and sometimes enlivened with spicy harissa and tuna.
gives us greater flexibility to respond to market demand fluctuations and will help as we continue to meet patient and healthcare provider need for this critical product," said Brik Eyre, president of Baxter's Hospital Products business.
Tetra Pak has extended its award-winning Tetra Brik Aseptic Edge family with the launch of Tetra Brik[R] Aseptic 500 Edge, designed to meet the needs of smaller households.
In Paris' bustling Belleville market, you see the intermingling of North African Jews and Arabs where harissa and hummus are soldas well as imported products like p'kila, the spinach base of a delicious Libyan and Tunisian stew; bottarga, the so-called Mediterranean caviar made from mullet roe; and, of course, grainy brik leaves of thin, high-gluten dough.
Hemon further explores the rupture lying at the heart of the migratory experience through the creation of a dual time frame, divided between the early twentieth century (the historical story of Lazarus Averbuch as imagined and narrated by Vladimir Brik) and the post-9/11 moment (the fictional story of Vladimir Brik, and his research of Lazarus Averbuch's history).