bousy

bousy

(ˈbuːzɪ)
adj, bousier or bousiest
obsolete drunken; boozy
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Schlueter also finds six alba amicorum kept by English and Scotsmen: Henry Francklin (1582-1610), Charles de Bousy (1608-28), Michael Balfour (1596-1610), George Strachan (1599-1609), Thomas Cumming (1611-19), George Craig (1602-5), 26.
Arab celebrities set to grace the red-carpet include: Nour El-Sherif, Bousy, Mervat Amin, Khaled Abol Naga, Nadine Labaki, Cherien Dabis, Naglaa Badr, Mohamad Soliman, Leblebah, Lotfy Labib, Mohamed Ramadan, Abed Fahad, Zeina Yazji, Mohammed Rouda, Malik Bin Ismail.
The only person from the press that accompanied Hannan to the event was journalist Bousy Shalabi, who was there as a friend, not a professional.
Her own mother, Bousy, gave her advice on her career that she is happy to share: "My mother is always careful to give me the right kind of advice, asking me to take my acting seriously even if it's a small part.
Actors Bousy, Abbas al Nouri, Samih as Sariti, Ahmad Salamah Huda Hani, Muna Hilal and Haitham Mohammad will also take part in the series.
Al Sharif, his ex-wife Bousy and their youngest daughter May all left to France to seek medical help for Sarah.