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  • When he's away on a solo lap gain, his line is inch perfect and identical each lap; he rides low on the track, running off the black datum line down onto the 'cote d'azur' on the back straight before easing up to pick up the black line again into the banking - a joy to behold.

    PezCyclingNews.com

  • Sheikh Dr. Abdulaziz Bin Naif Al Orayer, T'azur's Chairman of the Board.

    AMEinfo.com Latest News

  • Sheikh Dr. Abdulaziz Bin Naif Al Orayer, T'azur's Chairman of the Board. related stories

    AMEinfo.com Latest News

  • The azur of the sea by which she walked, blue as the ice caves I'd explored in the Alps.

    Cato's Dog Was Right

  • My copy from azur.be should be shipping right now, so I hope I'll find it in the mailbox this evening, and when I get the time, I'll be reading it this evening as well...

    Six Foot Chicken

  • The rooms feature fireplaces and plasma TVs, as well as tubs overlooking the mountains known as the Remarkables (rooms from $1,000; azur. co.nz).

    The Kiwi Boutiques

  • Some of its terms, for example, _gules_ (red) and _azur_, are of Arabic origin.

    An Introduction to the History of Western Europe

  • Ardern silver, a fesse chequy, gold and azur between three cressards gules.

    Shakespeare's Family

  • Baal-azur (= "Baal protects"), names of the latter.

    History of Phoenicia

  • LOUIS VuITton Damier azur makes you seem decent AND graceful.

    Daily Pennsylvanian

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