samel

samel

(ˈsæməl)
adj
(Building) (of brick) not sufficiently fired
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Matus Samel, lead author of the Blue Peace Index at The Economist Intelligence Unit, said: "Water management and transboundary water co-operation can affect people's fundamental rights and livelihoods.
POLICE have issued a direct appeal to the Polish community in a bid to find the sadistic killers of Tomasz Samel - a crime described as the "most horrific" officers have ever seen.
Detectives say Polish national Tomasz Samel, 45, was taken from his home in Birmingham on the morning of March 27, and driven to Lancashire by men in a white Peugeot Boxer van.
Police are now searching for two men believed to be responsible for the brutal ordeal Tomasz Samel was put through before he died two weeks ago.
Police, who say they are keeping an open mind about the motive, believe the clothing was used by the kidnappers to pose as men on official business to get Mr Samel to open his door.
She beat Qatar Sun by a length's margin and Al Samel was third.
Guest winner Samel Kariuki 38pts.At Karen October Mug by CITAM Missions Gross Winner Anthony Gacheru 78 Gross Div.
Samel, 23, of West Frankfort on a warrant for failure to appear for possession of a controlled substance.
Sou Yaty has been impressive in goal for Boeung Ket, who will be looking to stars Calijuri Maycon, Samel Ajayi, Khun Laboravy and Sok Sovann to play their expected roles as well as they have done this season.
Amar Samel, an American citizen who moved with family from Sudan in 2010, had been out attending a family gathering to mourn the death of his father on Friday night.
JASON SAMEL WAS deeply inspired by the Egyptian revolution in 2011, and the Occupy movement that swept the world afterward.