Innabi

Innabi

 

an Azerbaijani folk dance, performed by girls and young women (solo or in pairs) at weddings, festivals, and parties for girls. It became a popular social dance at the beginning of the 20th century. The innabi is characterized by smooth, easy movements and by a moderately brisk tempo. Music accompanying the dance is in 6/8 or 3/4 time. The innabi is usually performed to the accompaniment of a sazandari (a folk instrumental ensemble), which consists of the tar, kemancha, and tambourine.

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The Orange Fortress, who had picked up just four points from their previous eight matches, scored in the 72nd minute when substitute Dheyab al Innabi curled the ball into the net when he saw goalkeeper Hassan Yousof out of position.
Thus, Umm Al Dome Street will include two lanes in the direction starting from the street known as Muaither North Street to Al Innabi Street, while Al Muaither Street will include two lanes in the direction from Al Innabi Street to Muaither North Street, according to Ashghal.
[6.] Alzghoul B, Innabi A, Shanbhag A, Chatterjee K, Amer F, Meena N.
It shares affinities with creative thinking and decision-making (Innabi and El Sheikh, 2007).
Thus, Umm Al Dome Street will include two lanes in the direction, starting from the street known as Muaither North Street to Al Innabi Street, and Al Muaither Street will include two lanes in the direction from Al Innabi Street to Muaither North Street.
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