Gazet


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Ga`zet


n.1.A Venetian coin, worth about three English farthings, or one and a half cents.
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Munir al-Muthib, a senior commander of Liwa Gazet Howra (affiliated to Nusra Front) was killed in a battle with Syrian government forces near Sheikh Meskeen," the sources said.
Interview with Filip Dewinter, Gazet van Antwerpen, (March 02, 2009).
Jetairfly to operate ex-AeroMxico Boeing 737-700 for ECAir Jetairfly, based at Brussels National, has won a wet-lease contract from ECAIR - Equatorial Congo Airlines to operate at least one aircraft on ECAir's behalf according to Het Nieuwsblad en Gazet van Antwerpen.
It publishes newspapersA De Standaard, Het Nieuwsblad, Gazet van Antwerpen and Belang van Limburg.
The Gazet van Antwerpen newspaper said they had been called to the Total refinery to fix a steam turbine leak, according to AP.
This tension gets its first expression in the words of the clownish Gazet who rejects ecclesiastical extremes, proclaiming that he does not want "To feed vpon poore Iohn, when I see Pheasants/And Partidges on the Table"; nor does he favor "The other that allowes vs to eate flesh/In the Lent .
I (1942)) and continued by Baron Renaud de Terwangne (1911-2004) of the Societe Belge d'Astronomie (see Astronomische Gazet, 14(6) 1-6 (2004); Ciel et Terre, 105, 95-100 (1989)).
ADPnews) - Jun 7, 2011 - Belgian media group Concentra NV, the publisher of Dutch-language newspapers Het Belang Van Limburg and Gazet van Antwerpen, reported today a net profit of EUR 3.
Marouane is really in a desperate state," said Abdellatif Fellaini in the Gazet van Antwerpen.
News reports that appeared on Het Belang van Limburg and Gazet van Antwerpen newspapers stated that Belgian security units are seriously focusing on the probability that Erdal could have been killed.
Even the comic plot illustrates the blockage, as Vitelli's servant Gazet wants to purchase a place at court as a eunuch; building on Jonathan Gil Harris's work, Forman reads castration as representing "the fear of the very impossibility of trade; trade could be, in a sense, cut off" (171).