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Cheb

(Czech xɛp)
n
(Placename) a town in the W Czech Republic, in W Bohemia on the Ohře River: 12th-century castle where Wallenstein was murdered (1634); a centre of the Sudeten-German movement after World War I. Pop: 34 036 (2007 est). German name: Eger
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Cheb Khaled said in a phone call on "Al Nahhar" Algerian TV station that even before they performed together, him and Taha were friends and that they are both from the same city, thus he considered him as a brother to him.
A la scene d'El Jadida Cheb El Hindi a chante ses beaux titres devant plus 120.000 fans et amoureux de sa musique pendant une heure et demie.
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People are asking why Coca-Cola chose Cheb Khaled and Nancy Ajram to sing in their official FIFA World Cup 2014.
Cheb Mami, de son vrai nom Mohamed Khelifati, a gratifie son public de tubes tires de son repertoire eclectique a l'instar de "Douha Alia", "Fatma", "Malimali" ainsi que d'autres titres emblematiques de la carriere du celebre prince du Rai.
In September 2008, a Czech bank (Hypotecni banka) brought an action before the Cheb court against Udo Mike Lindner, a German national, seeking payment of arrears on a mortgage loan contracted in 2005.
Police in the Czech town of Cheb said the woman, 39, lured the 24-year-old to her home before ripping half of his tongue out while kissing him.
Camera (color), Noel Very, Jean-Claude Vicquery; editor, Voucet Tobni; music, Khaled, Cheb Mami, Tak Farinas, Sage, Mohamed Maghni, Cheb Tahar, Cheb Fethi, Cheb Tarik, Nordine Marssoul; sound (Dolby SR), Henri Morel, Ricardo Castro; costumes, Mahadevi Apavou.