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  • The upgraded Indian version is known as Baaz (Hindi for Hawk) and forms a crucial component of the second-line offensive aircraft-fleet of the IAF after the Sukhoi Su-30MKI.

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  • Mr. Chris Fuller, Mr. Madison Webb, and a gentlemen by the name - he was a New Zealand special, SAS, special forces, who went by the name of "Baaz."

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  • At the far end of the conference table Aabad bin Baaz was sitting in a chair with his hands still bound behind his back, tears streaming down his cheeks, his thick black hair sticking out in different directions.

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  • * Baj, Baaj, or Baaz - a style of playing, different from the gharānā.

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  • It was a chance meeting with Guru Dutt on sets of Baaz in 1953.

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  • The least of the tribes of dragonmen, these were the Baaz, and they loved nothing better than killing.

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  • No one could get within striking distance of any of the three breeds of draconians without small wars erupting, and among mem, the Baaz hated the venomous Kapaks, who loathed them in turn and despised the Auraks.

    Dalamar the Dark

  • He decided, on viewing this one-a large Baaz-that he could have gone all his life without seeing one and never missed it.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • Before Gerard could heave the carcass off him, the body of the Baaz draconian had changed into solid stone.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • Like all his kind, the Baaz walked upright on two powerful legs, but he could run on all fours, using his wings to increase his movement over the ground.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

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