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  • That being said, I was thrilled that the table of contents page used a huge picture of the figures of Lila Black and Zal from the cover of Keeping It Real and a nice shot of the cover itself with the article in question.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • That being said, I was thrilled that the table of contents page used a huge picture of the figures of Lila Black and Zal from the cover of Keeping It Real and a nice shot of the cover itself with the article in question.

    Anders Game

  • Joining Alice In … in 2001 sToa went on with the "Zal" - album.

    Side-Line news feed

  • SL: After the "Zal" - album released in 2001 it seems you went through a long silence!

    Side-Line news feed

  • Joining Alice In … in 2001 sToa went on with the "Zal" - album.

    Side-Line news feed

  • SL: After the "Zal" - album released in 2001 it seems you went through a long silence!

    Side-Line news feed

  • SL: After the "Zal" - album released in 2001 it seems you went through a long silence!

    Side-Line news feed

  • As he parried, the Cimmerian saw that the man called Zal was advancing with a heavy poleax, while Red Turban was scrambling to his feet.

    Conan of Cimmeria

  • That subtle quality, for an Occidental, enigmatic, which the Poles call Zal, is in some of them; in others the fun is almost rough and roaring.

    Chopin : the Man and His Music

  • The pearl is said to be a morbid secretion, so the spiritual ferment called Zal gave to Chopin's music its morbid beauty.

    Chopin : the Man and His Music

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