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malax

(ˈmælæks)
vb (tr)
to soften
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Incluimos ademas por su importancia: Felix MALAX, Santa Teresa de Los Andes.
Fire-eating N'dux Malax were discovered performing their act in a market place in Accra, Ghana, and join Billy Smart's for their British debut after impressing at France's prestigious Festival of African Artistes with their blend of acrobatics, contortion and self-deprecating humour.
Separately, the Finnish minister of transport of communications Kimmo Sasi has said that he hopes for an end to the conflict between YLE and the municipality of Malax, which has been broadcasting digital television over the analog network.