Ouze

Related to Ouze: Quave, unmeaningful, NAGGY
n. & v.1.See Ooze.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Let me also remind them what Netanyahu's mentor and predecessor Ariel Sharon had once said in a recorded interview, many years back, with General Ouze Merham: "I don't know something called International Principles.
The population of the village - inhibited mainly by the families of Younes Salim Mohammad, Fouhani, Zeayter, Harfouche, Berro, Zeineddine, Dayfeh, Mchik, Masri, Hamadeh, Mhanna, Omar, Ouze, Husseini and Ghandoura - is estimated at approximately 2,500 people, including 1,300 voters.
June 16 Inches in it, as a head separates Spencer from Sanders as Birkside beats Wicked Ouze at Lingfield.
Entre le Mansaf, la Kabsa, le OuzE, le Musakhkhan, la MaqlE[c]ba, et le Shawarma, le touriste gourmand peut forcE[umlaut]ment trouver son bonheur grEoce Ea toutes les variantes proposE[umlaut]es.