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a run down of the Top 10 most expensive cars i could find
I am not saying this is real, I am not saying it is not, I am just sharing what I have found...
Another Fabulous Foreign Video... Watch!
Foreigner-I Want to Know What Love Is, romantic music
'''►► *******ForexAutopilotSystem**** -'''Who said that cavemen didn't have a sense of humor? Or a good taste in women?
In this episode, chief caveman makes the trade of his life.
chinese kungfu Instruct foreign student
Aprenda palavrões em inglês no www.leader****.br - Belly dance (Arabic: رقص شرقي) is a Western term for a traditional Arab dance form. Some American devotees refer to it simply as "Middle Eastern Dance." In the Arabic language it is known as raqs sharqi (رقص شرقي; literally "oriental dance") or sometimes raqs baladi (رقص بلدي; literally "dance of country", and so "national" or "folk" dance). The term "raqs sharqi" may have originated in Egypt. In Greece and the Balkans, belly dance is called tsiftetelli (τσιφτετέλι), çiftetelli in Turkish. The term "belly dance" is a creation of Orientalism, first used in English in 1899, and translating in French to "danse du ventre."Native to North Africa and Asia, belly dancing (Arabic:raqs al sharqiرقص شرقي) is based on one of the oldest social dances in world history. Support for this theory stems from similarities between poses from the modern dance form and those depicted in ancient Egyptian art.
There are two forms of belly dancing. The first is called raqs baladi, a social dance performed for fun and celebration by men and women of all ages, usually during festive occasions such as weddings and other social gatherings. The second form, the more theatrical version and the one most popular in America today, is called raqs sharqi. Like raqs baladi, raqs sharqi is performed by both male and female dancers.
In regions where belly dancing is native, boys and girls learn it informally from an early age by observing and imitating their elders during family/community celebrations and gatherings with friends. Today, these ancient dance forms are taught in classes throughout the world where skilled dancers/teachers share the knowledge that has been passed down to them.The term "belly dancing" (which is believed by some to be a mis-transliteration of the term for the dance style Beledi or Baladi, though it is also a literal translation of the term "danse du ventre" used by the French Orientalists) is generally credited to Sol Bloom, entertainment director of the 1893 World's Fair, the World Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Although there were dancers of this type present at the 1876 Centennial in Philadelphia, it was not until the 1893 fair that it gained national attention. There were authentic dancers from several Middle Eastern and North African countries, including Syria, Turkey and Algeria, but it was the dancers in the Egyptian Theater of The Street in Cairo exhibit who gained the most notoriety. The rapid hip movements and the fact that the dancers were uncorseted, was considered shocking to the Victorian sensibilities of the day. In fact, there were attempts by many, most notably Anthony Comstock, head of the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice, to have the Egyptian theater closed.Belly dancing has been banned or restricted in some jurisdictions. In Egypt, there was a ban on foreign belly dancers for a year due to the complaint from Egyptian dancers that they were taking away business. The ban was eventually overturned in September 2004.
bill bailey shows the hilarious differences between english and european police sirens
Translation of the French siren:
We are injured
We have a man
He's called Jean-Michel
His leg is broken
With a young girl
She's called Gesele
She's so beautiful
They climbed up a tree
To make Love
They adopted the missionary position - it's popular
He broke his leg
I just analyzed this and made a video of it here:
video here is the full clip of the CNN segment in case it got taken down. Go to the link above to analyze what the object might be.
The object flying from right to left is so clear I don't even need to point it out. I swear it doesn't look like a bird. The news clip is called "Double Meaning to Muslims".
I just uploaded a High Definition Version of the clip here:
video is still on CNN as of now, 12:30pm CST 01/21/09. I downloaded the FLV file straight from the CNN website and converted it to XVID, 1200 kbps, FR 29.97, 624x353, clipped and joined the object parts, then just now uploaded it.
It is not doctored. I put the clip of the object x3 then included the entire video. If it's a bird, it's a fast one, and it doesn't appear to be flapping and moves in a straight line more like a BULLET, ha. Doesn't appear to be anything on the camera lense or the window either. Not a bug. Any idea what that is, and if it's actually in the air, in the video? I'm not trying to spread disinfo, just thought it was curious.
I just copy and paste the links below to where the video presently is.
tags are for foreign viewers:
철의 장막 뒤의 UFO Iran ا未確認飛行物体ソーサー جسام ناشناخته فضائى طائرة مجهولة تحكى، بل نوعuidentificerede flyvende objekt underkop उड़न तश्तरी अज्ञात वस्तु nicht identifizierte fliegende Untertasse Objekt
NLO taca 身份不明的飞行物体飞碟 неопознанный объект пролетел блюдцем niezidentyfikowanego obiektu latającego oidentifierat flygande föremål tefat etc etc...
October 6, 2007 - Manchester United takes down Wigan Athletic, 4 goals to none. Ronaldo contributes 2 in his usual top form. He got fouled hard in the box with no call in the first half. Pay special attention from 3:05 to 3:30, what a player! One final note: I don't know what the name of the song is. I pulled this video from a foreign website and thought the fans on Metacafe might appreciate it.
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Learn about belly dancing, now practised by foreigners & Egyptians in Ciro, the entertainment capital of the Arab world.