Bentley-Leek and Dervish
fell far short of our expectations.
These phenomena mentioned emphasise the intersection of journeys starting from the tennure of the whirling dervish
The name Dervish
was chosen as it related to any group of poor but spiritual people who become enraptured by music.
Mr Shatter said: "The Irish Palestinian Solidarity Group's action in directing its members to 'target' the website of Dervish
to intimidate the band into cancelling their planned concerts in Israel is nothing other than cyber-bullying.
Caught examining with grave poignancy the meaningless performance of the world outside, the Dervish
is a metaphor for the ordinary man who in the effort to guard his security and position, builds a private world, feeling protected and secure from the social occurrences that he feels are of no cause and effect to him.
But without the pleasurable bagginess of its 19th-century forebears, American Dervish
is free to accelerate toward its climactic confrontation.
The paper is revealing the names of the Albanians to whom monuments will be erected: Nexhat Aboli (1914-1949), participant in the anti-fascist fight and minister for social affairs in the first post-war government, Dervish
Cara (19th century), leader of a rebellion against the Ottoman rule, and Pjetar Bogdani (1630-1689), one of the founders of Albanian literature.
WHEN it comes to anniversary parties, Irish folk band Dervish
know how to have a proper knees-up.
FOLK group Dervish
are playing Crosby Civic Hall on January 27.
Koha writes that another criticism for MANU's (Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts) dilettantism is that numerous eminent Albanian individuals, such as Dervish
Hima, Hamdi bej Ohri, Jashar Ere Bara, Mehmed Pash Derala, and Josfi Bageri, are not mentioned in this encyclopedia.
The result is a musical dervish
, a devilish, iconoclastic blast of a future that's having too much fun to take itself too seriously.
Spokesman for the Logar governor, Din Mohammad Dervish
, told Pajhwok Afghan News the projects, which cost 170 million, were funded by the province-based Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT), National Solidarity Program (NSP) and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and some other organizations.