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jazy

(ˈdʒeɪzɪ)
n, pl -zies
a variant spelling of jasey
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The program was showcased by Yumi Morales, Kyzzhia Pauline Navarro, Claraine Mariel Lara, Jhorie Mae Janea, Jazy Calvelo, Wyeth Delos Reyes, Jazy Calvelo, Patrick Jardinel, Ian Pioquinto and Christopher Nino Royeca.
Aref Daraghma, an expert in Israeli colonies and violations, said the soldiers interrogated many drivers while inspecting their ID cards, and confiscated vehicles belonging to Burhan Daraghma, Jazy Daraghma and Nadim Sawafta.
Jazy Garcia, son of Filipino cycling champion Jesus Garcia Jr., ruled the inaugural year of the race, which draw 158 cyclists this year.
In addition to the Hybrid system this Lagoon 420 is very well optioned with water-maker, substantial fridge and freezer in the galley, large solar array (720 watts), near new Raymarine instrumentation including radar and AIS, top-end TV and music and entertainment system, washing machine, near new Ullman jazy Jack bag with bowspirit and spinnaker.
Al Jazy al Habachi was injured early into the competition.
Jusubaliev was found in Myrzaki village on the bank of Jazy river with knife wounds at about 8:30 p.m.
1965 Frenchman Michel Jazy ran the mile in three minutes 53.6 seconds, breaking New Zealander Peter Snell's 1964 record
Musa Saket, chairman; Yusef Barjakly, deputy chairman; Muhammad Jazy, board secretary; Abada Kayali, bursar; Samer Tadros, Rashid Dajani and Nidal Samaeen, as members.
3:53.6 - Michel Jazy (France), Rennes, France, June 9 1965