zeze


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zeze

(ˈzeɪzeɪ)
n
(Instruments) music an East African stringed musical instrument
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I think the community has seen a lot of negativity around the refugee programs," Zeze Rwasama, who directs the CSI refugee centre in the area, told new website Magic Valley .
At age 60 many employees are still strong and could still work for a number of years," said a commentator going by the name Zeze el.
The Tel Aviv-based social venture Zeze was established in 2010 as a continuation of activities of two brothers who recognized a need for providing interesting activities for the elderly.
Stanislas Zeze, CEO of Cote d'Ivoire-based Bloomfield Investments is due in Nouakchott on Thursday for a two-day visit, sources close to the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Mauritania told PANA Wednesday.
The film was directed by Zeze Gamboa in 2012 and is about a crook who is irresistible, who on the eve of Angola's independence in 1975, pulls off a massive swindle at the expense of the Portuguese colonial administration.
My Sweet Orange Tree," based on the author's childhood, follows the poignant and inspiring story of Zeze, a highly intelligent child who lives in poverty and faces abuse from his disgruntled family.
Following his near five-hour opus, "Heaven's Story," which attracted attention at Berlin, Zeze opts for a shorter running time here but packs in enough concentrated passion to leave auds breathless.
Zeze was not able to attend Friday's ceremony due to a filming engagement in Japan but released a statement saying he is deeply moved by the fact that the film was appreciated by an international audience.
Sabeeth, Sushil Kumar Singh, Jagtar Singh, Subhash Singh and Zeze Lalpeklua.
El amigo, a quien Zeze le decia mariconcito, se concibe desde el inicio antipatico debido a su nacimiento en una familia estructurada y con perspectivas de pequenoburgues.
Nwoha, Antonov, Danilau, Edmar, Davydov, Mahdoufi, Barilko, Zeze.
Ten minutes later Kharkiv levelled thanks to Brazilianr Venans Zeze.