Gazel


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Ga`zel´


n.1.The black currant; also, the wild plum.
1.(Zool.) See Gazelle.
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In the broader sense, Neil Gazel concludes that leveraged buyouts are detrimental to the American economy.
The enterprise will assemble GAZel NEXT and GAZel BUSINESS light commercial vehicles, as well as GAZon NEXT medium trucks.
Interestingly, Kirsty Tuffin, who is the Member of the United Kingdom Youth Parliament for Solihull (2015/16), recently attended policy discussions for the United Kingdom Youth Parliament at Leeds University, whilst Gazel Raii and Kirsty attended the Global Young Leaders Conference in New York and Washington.
"All our supporters in Upper Nile, Equatorial, Bar El Gazel region, Abyei and Diaspora can now apply through their nearest branch office or cells or apply on line," he said "All registration serial numbers shall be determined by the Office of Chairman for National Committee for Political Mobilisation," he added.
Adding further spice to the event are Poulain Kossack, the Dutch champion in 2009 and 2012, Shaikha Fatima Cup winner Phraseur Kossack and Gazel T, who was third in Stockholm a fortnight ago.
Rafael Gazel, 31, of 238 Webster St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, found responsible, fined $500.
Pesquisa realizada com dados da coorte Gazel, na Franca, buscou conhecer em que medida os fatores de risco mediavam as diferencas verificadas na incidoncia de doenca coronariana entre grupos socioeconomicos diferentes, sendo maior nos grupos de menor condicao socioeconomica.
His various poems, written in the historical styles of "naat," "gazel," "muamma," "tahmis" and "nazire," have all made their way to modern times.
Socioeconomic position and low-back pain - The role of biomechanical strains and psychosocial work factors in the GAZEL cohort.
"It is established that unidentified persons fired at and exploded a convoy of a Gazel and UAZ cars...