zabra

zabra

(ˈzɑːbrɑː)
n
a small 16th century Spanish sailing vessel
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Tribune News Network Doha Qatari designer al Malki recently organised the 'Zabra Exhibition' with a focus on designs in the field of Abaya, dress and perfume in order to provide an important space for Qatari designers and support them to review their new collections and designs along with prestigious global groups with more than 40 Qatari designers.
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The 1634 (new style) entries include a ledger of expenses and profits for a voyage to Lisbon, by a zabra (or patache (44)) named Nuestra Senora de la Antigua and commanded by Jacobe de Gastaneta.
Esquivel Jr., Police Provincial Office (PPO) director, identified the wounded as Alfie Olaes Convento, 28, his sister Christine, and one Aldrin Margallo Zabra, 22, all fishermen.
These were the 2.2-litre diesel Land Rover Freelander, the 1.6 unleaded Toyota Auris, the 2.2 diesel Honda CR-V, the 1.8 unleaded Vauxhall Vectra and the 1.6 unleaded Vauxhall Zabra
Indeed street harassment appears to be endemic throughout the region (Rim Zabra, "The High Price of Walking," in Ilkkaracan, ed.