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Ezel

(ē`zəl), in the Bible, rock where David said farewell to Jonathan.

Ezel:

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or Sarema
, Swed. Ösel, Rus. Ezel, 1,048 sq mi (2,714 sq km), island off the mainland of Estonia, in the Baltic Sea, across the mouth of the Gulf of Riga. It is irregular in shape and has a level terrain.
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operation: a traditional notebook; a table top pad; a touch display; and Ezel
The patented Ezel hinge provides the right resistance at the right time so you can easily convert the Aspire R7 with just one hand and the touchscreen stays nice and still when you tap and scroll with your fingers.
The Aspire R7 has what Acer calls the Ezel Hinge, which lets the user place the display of the notebook in various positions.
The Ezel Hinge makes it easy to switch the display around, to touch or type while creating, browsing or sharing content.
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Ezel is released from prison, seeks revenge and fights for Eysan's love.
a nouveau remis sous la coupe ottomane (Harim Essultan, Ezel.
Robert Hunter, Egypt under the Khedives, 1805-1879: from Housebold Governement to Modern Bureaucracy, Cairo 1999; Robert Mantran: Histoire de l'Empire Ottoman, Poitiers 1984; Strandford & Ezel Shaw, History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey, vol.
Much as they disdained the "painter's ass" (Dutch ezel, "donkey"), much as they strove for the expansive public statement, they kept making, and eventually started selling, what Greenberg in 1948 succinctly called "the movable picture hung on a wall.
The two private power producers Al Ezel and Hidd power plants have also completed maintenance work.
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Shaw and Ezel Kural Shaw, History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey, Vol.