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  • proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Barry.
  • proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Basil.


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  • There are not to many true auteur directors left in hollywood, and Baz is one of them.

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  • Alex, you are true fan of movies, I can tell just from reading your posts … We have sort of similar taste and I admire you … Also, I think Australia will be just perfect, Yesterday I watched Moulin Rouge (again) and Baz is a genius; Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman?

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  • Ali developed a strong attachment to bin Baz, in which his parents took pride.

    The Education of Ali Al-Timimi

  • POSTSCRIPT #3: Farouk El-Baz is director of the Center for Remote Sensing, Boston University.

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  • The recontextualisation is often deft and engaging, with little touches that appeal to the same intellectual impulse that appreciates flourishes like, say, the engraved branding of a gun as a Rapier .45 (or whatever) in Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo and Juliet.

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  • Most notable among them was Abdul-Aziz bin Baz, the blind sheikh who later, as grand mufti, the kingdom’s highest legal authority, would become the official interpreter and defender of Saudi Salafiya.

    The Education of Ali Al-Timimi

  • It also features a stupid PR, paparazzi, a missing Kelly bag, and a man called Baz – Natty's boyfriend – who bears a strong physical resemblance to Blake Fielder-Civil, ex-husband of Amy Winehouse.

    The Faith Machine; The God of Soho – review

  • Sgt Weston, known as "Baz", who was born in Reading, leaves behind his wife, Joanne, and their three daughters, Jasmine, Poppy and Rose.

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  • Barrington Lawrence, known as Baz, was a pupil at Bulmershe School in Woodley and played for the Woodley Wanderers FC Under 12s boys team.

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  • Hudson Hawk, Darren Aronofsky's The Fountain, and every movie ever written by Charlie Kaufman, I can't exactly call Baz Is Back!

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