kaval


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kaval

(kəˈvɑːl)
n
an end-blown flute played in SE Europe
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Kaval region against PKK terrorists who were plotting an attack, which resulted in killing nine PKK elements.
Matthew Kaval, 30, of the 5600 block of Abbey Drive, has been charged with felony aggravated driving under the influence in a third or subsequent offense, Lisle police said in a news release.
The boat belonging to EuzgE-r, Eunder and ysmal Kaval brothers capsized in the river of Menderes in Denizli's SaraykE[micro]y district capsized ue to unknown reasons.
The land allocated for the projects is the last remaining contiguous area of semi- arid grasslands ecosystem traditionally known as ' Amrit Mahal Kaval'.
The result of his efforts, "Voices & Images from Bulgaria," mixes handsome photographs of village life with the sounds of the gudalka (fiddle), kaval (wooden flute), gaida (bagpipe) and other traditional instruments, not to mention the powerful vocals of (mostly) female singers.
Sufina Kaval, a medical health inspector from Bengaluru, said she got married to her husband who worked as a sales executive in Dubai at a grand ceremony in her hometown on April 13, 2010.
Sufina Kaval, a medical health inspector from the southern Indian city of Bengaluru, said she got married to her husband who worked as a sales executive in Dubai at a grand ceremony in her hometown on April 13, 2010.
Adam Edgeller, Johnny Kaval and James Meadows, from Leamington and Kenilworth, spent a fortnight cycling the 1,683km between two of the world's most famous landmarks - the Eiffel Tower and the Coliseum.
Although most occurrences of this melody lie well within a thick musical texture, one can occasionally hear variations of it played by the kaval (a ney flute with origins in ancient Egypt) and in other voices or instruments in some of the less complex moments.
Adam Edgeller, James Meadows and Johnny Kaval from Leamington and Kenilworth are embarking on the two-week journey on Saturday June 5.