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Bader

Sir Douglas. 1910--82, British fighter pilot. Despite losing both legs after a flying accident (1931), he became a national hero as a pilot in World War II
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Bader Al Lawati is the first Omani and only food photographer to become Nikon's instructor in the Middle East and North Africa Being the first Omani food photographer to reach such level served nothing but joy and pride for Bader who has become a role model for young aspiring photographers in town.
Prince Bader belonged to a remote branch of the royal family and had no history of being an art collector, according to a (https://www.
SOME OF THE PAINTINGS in The Bader Collection attracted the attention of Queen's distinguished alumnus because of their subject matter, typically biblical and often from the Old Testament.
Bader went on to score 22 aerial victories, with his first over Dunkirk during the Battle of France.
Paying rich tribute, Bilawal said that Bader was a democracy lover and faced many hardships for it and the death of PPP senior leader is a national loss, particularly to party.
With a slew of films already under her belt, and many fans all over the world, Bader has created the foundation that we've been dreaming about.
After that, Bader issued a steady stream of novels that interleave philosophy and history.
that's the definitive moniker the kids are using these days for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburgwhat would you do during your time off from protecting people's rights?
Amman, May 23 (Petra) Pope Francis on Saturday named Jordanian bishop Ghaleb Bader as Apostolic Nuncio to Pakistan, the first envoy of the Holy See of Jordanian descent.
Bahrain-based Bader Group of Companies said it has acquired all the shares of Bahrain Development Bank (BDB) in Gulf Membrane and Coating Industries (GMCI) for $500,000.
The movie highlights fourth-grader Bader Lamy's passion for poetry.