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Solomon Bey also was ordered to undergo drug and alcohol evaluations within 90 days and obtain lawful employment.
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Considered to be a renowned destination for food enthusiasts, Cinnamon Bey Beruwala provides a wide range of mouth-watering dishes covering Sri Lankan and international cuisine with the launch of this classic Indian Clay Oven restaurant, Cinnamon Bey is now home to seven unique dining experiences that offer travellers ample choice during their stays at the hotel.
Sherry Ross, an OB/GYN and author of "She-ology, The Definitive Guide To Women's Intimate Health," told ( the same picture Bey uploaded when she announced her pregnancy she "looks to be at least 20 weeks along." 
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Tickets for the Bey Hive, which are similarly at both corners of the stage, are currently going for marginally less, at $2,172.96 (PS1,505), while those in the middle tier are going for as high as $1,106 (PS766.20).
Nusret Bey's parents were refugees from Dagestan who escaped Russian oppression at the beginning of the 20th century.
CONSTANTINE, Algeria, Aug 17 (KUNA) -- The Palace of Ahmad Bey is situated in the heart of the ancient Al-Kasabah district in this city, the 2015 Arab Culture Capital.
Summary: The sun was setting over the crowd at the Blu Port restaurant at the end of Zaitunay Bay Thursday, while men and women, some of whom hadn't taken the casual dress code to heart, supped on the latest offering of Lebanese wine, the Marquis de Bey White 2013.
Montana's most important contribution in this work is his illumination of the diplomatic and personal relationships between Tunisia's Ottoman ruler, Ahmad Bey, and his British counterparts to end formally the slave trade and the institution of slavery itself in the region by 1846.