Kamsin


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Kam`sin´


n.1.A hot southwesterly wind in Egypt, coming from the Sahara.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Sarah Kamsin, another community member, said that the facility would also help boost local trade.
Owners Simon Munir and Isaac Souede won the race with Bristol De Mai in 2014 and their racing manager Anthony Bromley suggested the son of Kamsin was among their leading juveniles following his fluent success at Market Rasen this month.
"The sadhu happens to be a 28-year-old man residing in Kamsin village.
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Kamsin (youthful one) is used to address woman only, with no such pressure on men to be youthful.
Stillwell, Christopher, Brad Curabba, Kamsin Alexander, Andrew Kidd, Euna Kim, Paul Stone, and Christopher Wyle.
7/4 Zarkava, 7/2 Duke Of Marmalade, 9/2 Soldier Of Fortune, 7/1 Vision DEeA[sup.3]Etat, 12/1 Getaway, Youmzain, 16/1 Meisho Samson, 20/1 Papal Bull, 25/1 Kamsin, Schiaparelli, 33/1 Ask, Zambezi Sun, 100/1 Cima De Triomphe, ItEeA[sup.3]s Gino, 200/1 Blue Bresil, Red Rock Canyon.
There were no surprises at the supplementary stage with German Derby winner Kamsin confirmed as the only addition to the field.