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izar

(ɪˈzɑː)
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(Clothing & Fashion) Islam a long garment, usually white, that is traditionally worn by Muslim women and which covers the whole body
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Noun1.izar - a voluminous cotton outer garment (usually white) traditionally worn by Muslim women of northern Africa and the Middle East; covers the entire body
outer garment, overgarment - a garment worn over other garments
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Iza, who got married to British businessman Ben Wintle in December 2018, recalled: 'Maiyak-iyak talaga ako!
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In fact, I'm quite honored that Iza considers me as one.
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"What's the point of me trying to understand him and his ways and care for him, to be cheated on?" Ron insists he only let Iza share his bed as she was "trapped" in his hotel - and they put a pillow between them.
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"Iza, Tama and Niko have been rehomed and we're hoping someone will adopt Lani soon, too."
San Antonio, TX, May 15, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Iza Ramirez, a Realtor of Pleasant Realty in San Antonio, earned the prestigious Harris Real Estate University Certified Distressed Property Designation (CDPD) on May 16, 2010.
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The new galleries currently house a landmark exhibition of German sculptor Iza Genzken.
As in some of her earlier works, the two novels under review, Sestra, kao iza stakla (Sister, as behind the glass) and Dnevnik zaboravljene mladosti 1957--966 (A diary of forgotten youth I957-2966), both draw on reminiscences to weave from selected emotional textures and visual sketches a vivid picture of times (and lives) past.