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theque

 [tek] (Fr.)
a round or oval collection, or nest, of melanin-containing nevus cells occurring at the dermoepidermal junction of the skin or in the dermis proper.

thèque

(tek),
A nest or aggregation of nevocytes in the epidermis.
[Fr. a small box]
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"Discotheque Nana" is running at Metro al-Madina through Aug.
Meanwhile, refuting police allegation, Gambhir told M AIL T ODAY that he has all valid licences and no illegal activities is going on in his discotheque.
Enjoy two nights in Split, Croatia, at the four-star Hotel Authentic and make the most of a two-day pass to Discotheque Riva festival from PS219 per person with Festicket.com.
On voit immediatement l'impact de ce bouleversement de taille sur nos pratiques : la discotheque, par son universalisme, s'adressait a tous les publics ou presque, demain nos espaces musiques n'accueilleront plus, au mieux, que des specialistes, amateurs pointus de tel ou tel genre musical.
Dass and Sarita Dass went to Black discotheque one evening but when the manager, K.N.
WOLVERHAMPTON: 3.50 Eau Good, 4.20 Ten Shun, 4.50 Chookie Hamilton, 5.20 Discotheque, 5.50 Desert Opal, 6.20 Ocean Rock.
On that date in Cairo, 52 gay men were arrested on the Queen Boat, a popular floating discotheque, and imprisoned for "debauchery"-there being no official law against homosexuality per se in Egypt.
Periodically, two or more of the dancers appear to sync up, their discotheque vernacular giving way to the somewhat more formalized, yet still loose, aleatory choreography of modern dance.
The precociously talented 69-year-old says that he will soon be getting down and with it with the young SDLP hepcats and is looking forward to his first public event - a performance by a modern beat combo followed by a hop at a Downpatrick discotheque.
The agreement with Berlin over victims of the La Belle discotheque bombing follows a series of positive moves by Libya which has brought the country back into the international fold.