Mushi


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Mushi

(mo͞o`shī), in the Bible, founder of a Levitical family.
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Yoko Hatta previously had worked at Mushi Production, a studio for the works of anime legend Osamu Tezuka, who created Astro Boy and Kimba the White Lion.
AlBarrak A, Alotaibi B, Yassin Y, Mushi A, Maashi F, Seedahmed Y, et al.
Kessy, J., Msuya, S., Mushi, D., Stray-Pedersen, B., and Botten, G.
(12.) Jaka H, Mushi MF, Mirambo MM, Wilson L, Seni J, Mtebe M, et al.
class="font-size--16 MsoNormalOthers are Naomie, Kawele, Papy Luyeye, Maku, Mille Baquette, Gianni Calugi, Claude Mushi, Johnson Keto, Safro, Mukishi ya Nvula, Padou Machine, Vavason, Aime Bongongo, Simba Foggis, Maku and Banko.
So we decided to change one position instead of changing several positions because we want the consistency with people knowing where they are batting and the likes of Mushi [Mushfiqur] was in at four, Mithun five, Riad[ Mahmudullah] at six,' he said.
(5.) Mrisho M, Schellenberg JA, Mushi AK, Obrist B, Mshinda H, Tanner M, et al.
Dishes served were a mango and papaya chawan mushi, a lemon grass creme brulee a bowl of fresh exotic fruit.
(35.) Mshana, S.E., Falgenhauer, L., Mirambo, M.M., Mushi, M.F., Moremi, N., Julius, R., Seni, J., Imirzalioglu, C., Matee, M.