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- there is a heavy Middle-Eastern influence to their sound, similar to countrymates Orphaned Land. Dor Mazor - lead vocals (2010–present) Raffael Mor -...
- Chiaroscuro. The release was followed by a three-w**** European tour with countrymates Sinister, followed by a Dutch tour with Threnody and Ministry of Terror...
- just five have gone to players not from Canada (two to Hasek and one to countrymate right wing Jaromír Jágr, one to American Tim Thomas, and one to American...
- seasons for Calzada Gijon, playing in the 2003-04 with her Venezuelan countrymates Carolyn Orozco and Desiree Glod. Pla**** for CV Albacete for the 2004-05...
- the start of the season. He was replaced by Robert Doornbos, Albers's countrymate from the 2005 German Grand Prix to the end of the season. The PS05 was...
- as well as bearing "little relation to the raw, immediate work of his countrymates—like Andrei Tarkovsky, whose epic Andrei Rublev really gives you a sense...
- featured in Golf Digest in October 2005; as a result of the article, countrymate Tiger Woods, the world's top-ranked golfer, invited him to a putting...
- innings to captain Kumar Sangakkara. Sangakkara agreed to his fellow countrymate and Jayawardene scored a blazing 110* off just 59 balls winning them...
- better known athletes like Alberto Salazar, Steve Scott, Henry Rono and countrymate Nick Rose by winning the TAC National Cross Country Championships. His...
- the Spanish club CAI Voleibol Teruel for the 2010–2011 season, joining countrymate Víctor Batista. For his performance during 2010, Cáceress was the recipient...