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(folklore) fairies that are somewhat mischievous

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To be released shortly, the album contains both instrumental and vocal tracks by Albaz, who plays the rare handpan.
Columbia Threadneedle Investments announces the appointment of Vijay Sekhar as Director, Middle East in its Dubai office, reporting to Suhail Albaz, who leads Columbia Threadneedle Investments in the region.
Jewish-Moroccan-Spanish surnames like Albaz, Assayag, Azulay, Benchimol, Benayon, Benguigi, Ohana, and Ovadia became common in Belem and Manaus.
"We didn't want this to happen, but at the end of the day they pushed us to do it," said Mahmoud Albaz, 33, an actor and real-estate agent who lives near the Brotherhood protest camp at the Rab al-Adawiya mosque, now blackened by fire and soot.
"My sister and brother are there and they continue to protect their property and belongings, but from what they have told me the situation is still under control in that respect," said Egyptian reporter Mohammed Albaz.
As you can imagine, the NIF affiliated media, headed by one of the most vicious racist group of journalists, or what I call " The Jallaba good ole boys" exclusive club that includes: Is mail Al-Atanani, Kamal Hassan Bakhiet, Ra'shid Abdulrahim, Dhia Adeen Balal, Adil Albaz and of course the most bigoted of all, Al-Basher's uncle, Al-tayib Mustafa, to name a few.
On August 24th of the same year, prominent PA TV broadcaster Muhammad Albaz told his audience: "A thousand blessings to the warrior Samir Quntar [the audience claps] and to his family in Lebanon and to this hero who was sentenced to 576 years [in prison].
[16.] Proctor E, Morrow-Howell N, Albaz R, and Weir C.
Earlier follow-up studies on adequacy of discharge plans focused either on patients admitted to medical units (Proctor & Morrow-Howell, 1990; Proctor, Morrow-Howell, Albaz, & Weir, 1992; Simon, Showers, Blumenfield, Holden, & Wu, 1995; Steun & Monk, 1990) or on general patients admitted throughout a hospital system (Morrow-Howell, Proctor, & Berg-Weger, 1993; Wolock, Schlesinger, Dinerman, & Seaton, 1987).