Perhaps the only difference between them was that Seif signed his paintings using just his first name, while Edham signed his by the name of Wanly
The author sums up the programme ascribed to the Ballade as follows: 'Polish version of Eden to the Fall, to the Expulsion, and finally to the Pilgrim bearing the agonizing memory as they wanly
sang the Lord's song in the strange land' (p.
She smiled wanly
and began to bathe her breasts with a small
I smile wanly
when I hear: "Let me know if you ever need someone to stand in for you", or "Add my name to the list for when you need company".
Concrete treatment of the roof of Adham and Seif Wanly
Museum at Mahmoud Said Center in Alexandria.
One critic called them European," he recalls almost wanly
before turning acid.
So, after they watched the sun sink wanly
through drizzle and mist, they merely smiled once more, wished each other a not uncomfortable night and a not unhappy return.
Safed murgh korma was a white dish served at a white banquet - the tablesettings were white, the flowers were white, the carpet was white, there were white cushions and a full moon shone wanly
Featured artists include Louay Kayyali, Fateh, Moudares, Ismail Fattah and Seif Wanly
, each considered a pioneer.
Effat Nagy, El-Hussein Fawzy, the Wanly
brothers Mohamed Nagy and Shabaan Zaky, among tens of other artists that constitute her private collection, are highlighted in her three chapters.
On Thursday afternoon, according to the New York Times, Khodorkovsky smiled wanly
from behind a glass enclosure as Judge Viktor Danilkin, handed down the sentence, according to a video feed from the proceedings in Moscow.
I smiled wanly
and quietly wondered if that was what Geldof actually said.
Today, their radio beacons pulse ever more wanly
as their nuclear fuel runs out.
Through the course of his life, Dr El-Kayem befriended aspiring and established Middle-Eastern artists, including Lebanese painters Seif Wanly
and Aref Rayes, and Mahmoud Said.
Meanwhile the moon has risen and wanly
lights up the thin veil of mist beneath us, trusting to which we descend to 3000m on account of the icy cold.