Louk


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(louk)
n.1.An accomplice; a "pal."
There is no thief without a louk.
- Chaucer.
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The whole text is set in and around a building in Cairo's downtown Bab El Louk neighbourhood, where you can find the country's interior ministry as well as its iconic Talaat Harb and Tahrir squares.
Haim Louk est parmi les chanteurs patriotes qui aiment leur pays, et j'aime chanter en sa compagnie.
When you see a concert such as Haim Louk, it is very moving," he said.
John Louk contributed insight gained working from elevated platforms as a lineman for the local power company.
The future looks strong for John Louk and his "01' Man" Bob Louk as they blast into the new millennium.
Meanwhile, Niland's Davis Cup team-mate Louk Sorensen faces only a slightly less difficult task after he was paired with No6 seed, Swede Robin Soderling.
Ireland have two players in the men's singles after Conor Niland and Louk Sorensen came through qualifying in fine style.
TENNIS: Glasgow's Jamie Baker faces Irishman Louk Sorensen in the last 16 of the Salvador Challenger in Brazil today.
The whole world, especially the Arab world, should take the example from Morocco and this festival to see that co-existence can work," said Louk.
Earlier yesterday, Louk Sorensen romped to an emphatic 6-4 6-1 win over Portugal's Gastao Elias in his second round match.
One example of the art form will be a concert in which the rabbi Haim Louk will sing accompanied by the Zyriab orchestra from Oudja in east Morocco.
This month, Words Without Borders launched its International Graphic Novels: Volume VIIII ,which features an excerpt from Donia Maher, Ganzeer, and Ahmed Nady's "The Apartment in Bab El Louk," trans.