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batiste

[bə′tēst]
(textiles)
A plain-woven, sheer fabric made from fibers of relatively small diameter; texture is very soft.
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Batiste showcased for the Lebanese audience his talent and dexterity in switching from one instrument to another, moving from piano to melodica to drums.
Ward orchestrates a power and scale so furious, so consuming--with an aftermath of such utter ruin--we can honestly feel, like the Batistes, we never saw it coming.
He had a number of friends and associates, often relatively high-stake gamblers, some of whom found it easier to gamble with him, perhaps because he gave them better odds," said Batiste, adding Stott should be dealt with on the basis he had cost the revenue around pounds 14,000 in gambling duty.
Batiste also got "35 years probation," in addition to his 162-month prison
Basing the case on thousands of hours of phone taps, the prosecutors said ringleader Narseal Batiste had recruited soldiers who wore uniforms, marched together and engaged in military training to wage war on the US.
The group's leader, Narseal Batiste, was convicted on four counts of conspiracy and could be jailed for up to 70 years, while the others were convicted on lesser counts of conspiracy and a sixth man was acquitted.
Batiste Dry Shampoo (and it's Been Right Under Your Nose all This Time.
The Oakland-based foursome spawned in 2002 via a collaborative vision of guitarist Austin Barber and drummer Scott Batiste, who were joined by guitarist Tyler Morris and bassist Cyrus Comiskey.
The men were identified as Narseal Batiste, Patrick Abraham, Stanley Grant Phanor, Naudimar Herrera, Burson Augustin, Lyglenson Lemorin and Rotschild Augustine.
Performed by such artists as Metropolitan Opera diva Barbara Conrad, choreographer Chuck Davis, jazz artists Jullian "Cannonball" Adderly and Alvin Batiste and actor Moses Gunn, Stewart's compositions are created with a sensitivity that touches the base of the human soul.
If not, Batiste said, the 1st Infantry will attack the ancient city, whose warren-like center lies in the shadow of a spiral-shaped 9th century minaret.