MAWJ

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MAWJMake-A-Wish of Japan
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can stick the Mawj card to their current SIM and keep their existing number,
He said the innovative technological solution provided by MAWJ Telecom and its partners will provide excellent platform to achieve efficiency and effective services to the local business community.
At the last round, Mawj Muscat Sailboat managed to get 138 points while Masirah Sailboat managed to get 120 points.
1st race: 1 Mawj (Owner: Shaikh Isa bin Abdulla bin Isa Al Khalifa, Trainer: J Naylor, Jockey: Ali Al Saffar); 2 Tickity Boo (Al Montasir, A Smith, Paul Hainey); 3 Basmn (Feras Sami Hashem Al Meshqab, Osama Hashim, Hussain Makki); 4 Kyoma Tatami (Haitham Salah Al Latef, A Kuwaiti, Adnan Jaffar).
BATH 2.20 The Dark Wizard 2.50 Winter Music 3.20 Fenton 3.50 Story Writer 4.20 Gambolling Den 4.50 Mubtadi 5.20 Picansort EXETER 5.35 Party Palace 6.05 Wilde Ruby 6.35 Mr Hudson 7.05 Brody Bleu 7.35 Easter Dancer 8.05 High Ville LINGFIELD 2.00 Carina Palace 2.30 Mawj Tamy 3.00 Gaul Wood 3.30 Poetic Belle 4.00 Princess Patsky 4.30 Hanzada 5.00 Salient WORCESTER 5.15 Chestnut Ben 5.45 El Lobo 6.15 Brampour 6.45 Fairyinthewind 7.15 Juno The Muffinman 7.45 Be All Man 8.15 Transfer YARMOUTH 2.10 Sunningdale Rose 2.40 Different 3.10 Claim 3.40 King Of Jazz 4.10 Olney Lass 4.40 Silver Alliance 5.10 Corn Maiden
NAOMI MATTHEW: 2.00 Carina Palace, 2.30 Mawj Tamy, 3.00 Gaul Wood (nb), 3.30 Poetic Belle, 4.00 Princess Patsky, 4.30 Hanzada, 5.00 Salient.
A Pakistani band, Mekaal Hasan Band, is going to sing Sufi verses by Indian poet Kabir and verses on the tragedies of the Partition by another Indian, Amrita Pritam; a six-part pop band from Kabul, Mawj, will travel all the way from strife-torn Afghanistan and belt popular songs by Mohammed Rafi and Kishore Kumar while a Pink Floyd and Led Zepplin Nepali band, Nepathya, will fuse Nepali folk tunes with rock.
Farange, owned by Al Nasseriyeh, trained by Alan Smith and ridden by Brett Doyle, lived up to expectations beating Mawj by two-and-half-a-length to win the race for locally bred horses which carried a cash prize of BD1,000.
Mawj, owned by Shaikh Isa bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, trained by James Naylor and to be ridden by Ali Al Saffar, is tipped to win this race while Moeen and Farange are expected to give the favourite a run for its money.
Mada guft: ja-yi ta'ammul ast agar darya dar mawj ayad va bacaganra dar rubayad anra ce hilat tavan kard).
Mawj, owned by Shaikh Isa bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, trained by James Naylor and ridden by Ali Al Saffar, was the only favourite to live up to expectations in a feature race when it beat Mujazif by three-and-half-a-length to win the Western Gulf Advisory Cup for locally bred horses which also carried a cash prize of BD1,000.
Mawj, owned by Shaikh Isa bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, trained by James Naylor and to be ridden by Ali Al Saffar, holds an edge over its nearest rivals Mujazif and Blue Bash in the race for Western Gulf Advisory Cup for locally bred horses which carries a cash prize of BD1,000 and to be run over 1,200 metres, starting at 3.10pm.