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Synonyms for allemande

egg-thickened veloute

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Shah Shamyl, Ahmed Tiwana and Alman Jalil were the scorers, who hit one goal apiece.
Diamond Paints though succeeded in staging a comeback by hitting two field goals through Mir Shoaib and Mian Hussain Iftikhar to reduce the deficit to 7-4, but it was all they could get from the match as Newage banged in three more goals - one each by Alman, Shamyl and Ahmed - to take unassailable 10-4 lead, which remained intact till the final whistle was blown.
Alman says the tiny Gibraltarian side are amazed at the worldwide reaction their 1-0 win has caused.
Director of the "Direct Aid" in Sudan Alman Sidati said the station includes a 8,000-gallon tank and a network of pipes for securing water for human and animal.
It is to note that the army, once informed about the said bag, closed the road and diverted traffic towards Alman road until the arrival of the military expert to inspect the bag.
Alman presided over a benevolent sex-information empireas radio host, author of books, leader of sex-information workshops, and ever-responsive taker of all questions you were afraid to ask.
Other premium types of popular sweets include toffee with fruit, the famous "halqoum" Turkish delights, as well as alman and alsalwa sweets, which have been considered a favorite by many for more than 100 years.
This brought Travers to the crease alongside Tom Alman.
Designing Online Learning: A Primer for Librarians, by Sue Alman, Christinger Tomer, and Margaret L.
Finally, the panel will include Catherine Alman MacDonagh, contributing author of The Women Lawyer's Rainmaking Game, which explains rainmaking and the steps necessary to build a successful and profitable firm.
Hild, member-at-large; Despina C Kartson, member-at-large; Catherine Alman MacDonagh, Esq , member-at-large; Heather L.
She was predeceased by her three sisters, Millie Mazonson, Minnie Roit and Charlotte Alman.
Emily and David Alman co-founded the Committee to Secure Justice in the Rosenberg Case immediately following the 1951 sentencing of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg to death on charges of nuclear espionage in a case that spawned a world-wide, but ultimately unsuccessful, movement for clemency.
Grace Alman and Taylor Hudson served as flower girls.