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emphasized the victimization of Pakistanis in 1989.
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Live at the Apollo regular on TV, Omid is a familiar face to many and you'll have also seen him on the big screen in Gladiator, Sex And The City 2, The Mummy, The Infidel and Disney's new live-action production The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.
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significant mark in the world of classical music.
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man's bowel hanging out of his body.
For anyone who has studied the operatic stumblings of the Israeli lefta
two-decade pratfall punctuated by short stabs of hope and long dives into agonythe surprise election of Donald J.
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number of terrorists dead, including Mohammad Manla, Mohammad Qabaji and Mohammad Jamal Qabji.
This year's World Cup - played across 50-over innings but often with a 20-over mindset - was notable for the success of lefta
r m bowlers such as Starc, Johnson, Trent Boult and Wahab Riaz.
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Though the official justification for calling an early election, after less than two years, was that the country needed a tougher economic policy to combat the crisis, the country lived with a double paradox; it was not only the incumbent party that was engaged in a spending spree (9) of gigantic proportions, as described earlier, but, in a similar mood, the main opposition party was on the one hand promising to rescue the economy from imminent bankruptcy whilst at the same time declaring that "money exists" (lefta
yparhoun), sufficient to finance an expansion of social programmes and renationalise previously privatised key public companies.