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zel

(zɛl)
n
(Instruments) music a type of Turkish or Oriental cymbal
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'I think it was a combination of timing, patience and luck,' Zel told the Inquirer, moments before the band took the stage at the recent soundtrack launch of TBA Studio's upcoming romantic drama, 'Tayo sa Huling Buwan ng Taon,' which opens on May 8.
Zel Al Raes, directed by Ahmed Samir Farag depicts the chaotic political scene in Egypt before January 25th revolution.
The rapidly moving plot line and high number of characters, however, make it difficult to become emotionally involved with any one character, even Zel. The extensive exposition needed throughout the book to clarify relationships makes it a doubtful read-alone.
Above, Zel and Zorka, below left, Nia Jones, 11, one of the youngest circus per-formers in Europe, and, below right, Tanzania's African Warriors
For this purpose it still uses the former company name, Hy & Zel's.
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Zel Brook has plumbed the depths of corporate officespeak and doesn't like what she hears.
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The company's technical bulletin features the Zetpol ZEL additive system, said to improve HNBR's resistance to beat, oil and fluids.
The luncheon also featured presentations from Peter Price, president of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, and Antoinette Zel, president of MTV Networks, Latin America.