NASAF

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NASAFNorthwest African Strategic Air Force
NASAFNational Asset Seizure and Forfeiture (United States Marshals Service)
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title of the AFC Cup 2011 following a 2-1 defeat by Uzbekistan's Nasaf in the
With Nasaf thrashing Al-Tilal 7-1 in their concluding group clash in Karshi, it ensured the Indian side qualified for the round of 16 behind the Uzbeks.
Adopted from the streets of Nasaf by King Sharaman of Persia, young Dastan grows up amongst royalty and quickly earns his place as a mighty warrior and prince.
Cracking, owned by Rashid A Rahman Al Jassmi, trained by Omar Al Nasaf and ridden by Koen Clijmans, was the upset winner when it beat Concert Master by a neck to win the handicap race which carried a cash prize of BD1,000.
Kuwait's Kazma is currently in first place with 9 points, while Uzbekistan's Nasaf Qarshi is in second place with 6 points.H.
The suspension of the two clubs meant that Qatar's Al-Rayyan and Uzbeki's Nasaf are promoted into the group stages, and would progress directly to the group phase of the 2010 competition.
The Northwest African Air Force (NAAF) was officially activated on February 18, 1943, with six subordinate units: Northwest African Strategic Air Force (NASAF), Northwest African Tactical Air Force (NATAF), Northwest African Air Service Command; Northwest African Coastal Air Force, Northwest African Training Command, and Northwest African Photographic Reconnaissance Wing.
They emerged after prayers as a US patrol was hit by a bomb in Nasaf, west of Baghdad.
Dinawari adds Samarqand, Kashsh, Nasaf, Saghanyan, Khuttalan, Hiishanj, and even Tus and Nishapur, to the revolutionary map (Dinawari, 338, 359-60).
The 26-year-old next netted in Al Sadd's Matchday Four win over Nasaf, before his third brace of the Group Stage against Al Wasl in the return meeting in Doha.
This season the Qatari side picked up three points on their travels in finishing second of Group C, winning 2-1 at Al Wasl on Match Day One before 1-0 losses at Nasaf and Persepolis on matchday three and six.