a.1.Soft, like wool that has been teased.
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[beaucoup moins que]Ce fut un passage exceptionnel ou on avait la chance d'etre les disciples de professeurs de renommee internationale, tels Mohamed Tozy, Hassan Rachik ou encore Mohamed Cherkaoui[beaucoup plus grand que], se rappelle-t-il, avant de confier qu'il [beaucoup moins que] apprecie en ce dernier ce que l'on appelle la nuance, car comme dit l'adage : un homme de science est un homme de nuance[beaucoup plus grand que], souligne Ali Jafry.
by Dionigi Albera, Maryline Crivello, and Mohamed Tozy (Arles: Actes Sud, 2016).
See also Irene Bono, Beatrice Hibou, Hamza Meddeb, and Mohamed Tozy, L'Etat d'injustice au Maghreb: Maroc et Tunisie (Paris: Karthala, 2015).
Tozy (eds), La Mediterranee des Anthropologues: Fractures, filiations, contiguites, Paris : Maisonneauve and Larose.
Indonesian buyer Michael Lakat, Group Merchandising Manager of PT Tozy Sentosa, said he was looking for women's watches at the fair, in response to the Indonesian market's interest in fashion timepieces.
(24.) Muhammad Tozy, "Islam and the State" in Bruce Maddy Weitzman and Daniel Zisenwine (eds), The Maghrib in the New Century: Identity, Religion and Politics (Florida: University of Florida Press, 2007), p.
Mohammed Tozy, a professor of politics and prominent expert on Islamic movements, said the party had always had support in society, but in this election it managed to broaden its appeal.
The company paid USD12.8m (EUR8.9m) to acquire Indonesian company PT Tozy Sentosa in June, which operates the Centro department stores in the country.
"Some reforms were already underway in Morocco and there was a much bigger openness [to dissent] than in other countries," said Mohammad Tozy, a political science professor at Casablanca's Hassan II University, noting that protests were largely allowed to go ahead without interference.
"A constitution does not change a system, a constitution creates the framework in which a system can change," said Mohamed Tozy, a political science professor at Casablanca's Hassan II University.