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Bader

(ˈbɑːdə)
n
(Biography) Sir Douglas. 1910–82, British fighter pilot. Despite losing both legs after a flying accident (1931), he became a national hero as a pilot in World War II
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Photography is not just a skill, it's a passion" said Bader Al Lawati, the first Omani and only food photographer to become Nikon's instructor in the Middle East and North Africa.
Our position was that she didnt do anything wrong, said Patrick Bader of Bader & Murov.
Bader Development wants to add about an acre to its Calhoun Towers site, which would allow four new apartment buildings to rise around a 1960s-era tower on the shores of Lake Calhoun in Minneapolis.
The buyer of the most expensive painting in the world, the "Salvator Mundi" by Leonardo da Vinci, was found to be Saudi Arabian prince, Bader bin Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Farhan al-Saud.
Dr Bader is anything but a naemkooper: his love of art is profound and extensive.
Qatar's Ahmed Bader will start his participation today at the 2017 IAAF World Athletics Championships in London, which concludes on Sunday.
Douglas Bader Members of the public are vaccinated in 1978 after an outbreak 1721 Prisoners in Newgate Gaol were offered a pardon if they agreed to be inoculated against small pox - to test Dr Charles Maitland's theories on the subject.
DOUGLAS Bader lost both legs in 1931 after crashing while attempting aerobatic stunts.
LAHORE -- Chairman Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari offered fateha and condolence with the family members of the senior party leader Jahangir Bader (late) at his residence here on Tuesday.
He lauded the services of Jahangir Bader for national politics and democracy and said that his services would be remembered forever.
Writer-director Marina Rice Bader has set out on a cultural adventure to bring the world films that show strength and beauty through her female characters and themes.
With the female-focused al-Kaafira, Bader says, he leaves behind his masculinist first eleven novels.