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“Amancio was a drag performer under the name Dalila, who graduated from Yuma High School in 1999.”
“Le Village' (1856), 'Dalila' (1857), 'Le Cheveu Blanc', and other plays obtained great success, partly in the Gymnase, partly in the Comedie”
“It will include veteran figures such as Louay Hussein and Aref Dalila, who were among a group of four activists who previously met emissaries from President Bashar al-Assad but have refused further contact while the killing continues.”
“He said he was concerned about his wife, Dalila Lopez, whom the SEC cites, along with him, as a person from whom it may try to recover illicit trading gains.”
“Dalila Linet Peña Abarca, 25 years old, had just left her local gym when gunmen surrounded her car and killed her, eyewitnesses said.”
“But this addition, featuring operatic femmes fatales Carmen, Dalila, Manon, etc. in choreography by Nicola Bowie, felt like filler.”
“The film was intimately photographed by Uruguayan cinematographer Magela Crosignani and both creatively and culturally designed by Production Designer Dalila Paola Mendez.”
“Mr. Johnson hasn't settled with the SEC, which is seeking to recover money from him and his wife, Dalila Lopez , who is a registered nurse.”
“He called the government's outreach to Mr. Hussein, Mr. Dalila and others—some of the best-known antiregime figures still inside Syria and out of jail—"a dialogue of hostages" and said Mr. Assad's regime faced a serious problem after decades of stifling dissent and organized opposition.”
“Neufeld says the woman who runs the festival -- Algerian comics publisher Dalila Nadjem of Editions Dalimen -- is "interested in doing a translation of 'A.D.' in Arabic and French-Algerian.”
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