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  1. BaZoOka


    ¤ Nickname: BaZoOKa ¤ Your ip Click here to know your IP: ¤ The reason of ban: - ¤ Admin who banned you: I dont Know ¤ proof (screenshot of your console): -
  2. • Your Nickname ( Must be same like teamspeak ) : BaZoOka • Your Age : 17 • Profile link : @BaZoOka • How much you can stay active in both forum & teamspeak ? : I have Some problem in Ts3 • How you could help us a Devil harmony member ? : I well Help project And Stay Activity every day • How much you rate Devil harmony project from 1 - 10 ? : 9/10 • Other information about your request ? : • Last request link :
  3. Hello there! I've checked you and i saw that you created 2 accounts here, i want to tell you that is forbidden to create more accounts, you won't get banned, but other 2 accounts that you created is going to be permanently banned, be careful next time, thank you! 🙂

    1. ~~Dark Shadow~~

      ~~Dark Shadow~~


      so someone created 2 account's or more will be they got banned that's a new rules I listen It Now I was dont know but thanks because I see Now "Mindsphere" can you send me the rules of csbd for I Read It very well 

      I will do new project's here with us !!! 

    2. BaZoOka
  4. Music Title: Imagine Dragons Signer: Believer Release Date: 21/10 Official YouTube Link:
  5. ¤ Your Nickname: BaZoOKa ¤ Age: 17 ¤ Languages That You Can Speak: English & Arabic & France ¤ Your Location: Egypt ¤ Experience As Admin: 3 Years ¤ Can You Stay Spectator Or Playing Between These Hours (24:00 To 12:00 PM): Yep ¤ Link Of Hours You Played On Server ( CLICK HERE You Must Write Your Nickname) ¤ Reason That You Want To Be Admin: To help Server and make it better And invite players & My History & Zmdarknight: Helper >> Semi Elder >> Elder >> Co-owner AlgariaZm: Helper >> Semi Elder >> Elder WalkingDeadZm: Semi Elder >> Elder >> Co-owner To Be Continue .....
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  7. ♠Nickname: BaZoOka ♠Age: 17 ♠Languages That You Speak: English & Arabic & Franch ♠Your Location (Country) : Egypt ♠Experience As Admin: 3 Years ♠Link Of Your Activity In (Minimum 20 hours) (GameTracker) : Done ! ♠How Much Time You Can Be Active?: Every Day ♠Can You Stay Spectator Or Playing Between These Hours (24:00 To 12:00 PM) : Yep ! ♠Have You Read and Understood All Rules?: Sure ♠Can you Donate For Server Support Like Boost, Or etc...?: I will try ♠ Other Information: I want Co Bcuz me Can invite players And make server better
  8. Nickname: BaZoOKa Age: 17 Link with your forum profile: @BaZoOka How much time do you spend on our channel ts every day?: All Day Where do you want to moderate? Check this topic: Journalist 2 Lever ! How much time you can be active on the Journalists Channel?: 2-5 H Link with your last request to join in our Team: First one in This Team Last 5 topics that you made on our section:
  9. Captain Messi opened the scoring for his side with a floated cross that somehow evaded the goalkeeper. Rodrigo de Paul doubled Argentina's lead before half-time, with Lautaro Martinez adding a third after the break. "We played a great game. Everything worked out perfectly," said Messi. "Uruguay wait for you and they generate danger. Once we got the first goal we started to find space and the goals appeared." Argentina are now 24 games unbeaten and their latest win keeps up the pressure on Brazil in South America's World Cup qualifying group The victory narrows the gap between Brazil and second-placed Argentina at the top of the 10-team group to six points, after Brazil drew 0-0 with Colombia earlier on Sunday. BaZoOKa
  10. A woman has been banned from keeping or working with animals after admitting the "chronic neglect" of her dogs. Kelly Latuskie, formerly of Carlisle, allowed them to suffer pain by not having them treated for dental disease, Carlisle Magistrates' Court heard. She kept more animals for breeding and took in more at her dog daycare than her licences permitted, it was told. She was sentenced to 16 weeks in jail, suspended for 18 months, and ordered to pay £17,090 in costs and surcharge. A complaint to Carlisle City Council said Latuskie was breeding more puppies than her licence allowed and regularly looking after more dogs than the 30 permitted at her daycare business. A search of official microchipping databases found Latuskie had registered and sold at least 117 Cavapoo and Cockapoo puppies between June 2019 and December 2020 when she was only permitted to have one litter at a time. Staff were required to look after more than the recommended 10 dogs each, sometimes up to 30, the authority said. Officials visiting her home in December found 22 dogs in "squalid dirty conditions", the council said. There were two stud dogs and 20 breeding ******, although her licence only permitted four. Many had ear infections and dental disease and a council-appointed veterinary surgeon said they were "suffering from chronic neglect" and in deteriorating health, the authority said. Latuskie's inadequate transport and accommodation controls resulted in five dogs being killed by other dogs, it said. Latuskie is banned from owning, keeping, dealing or transporting animals and from working in a business involving animals. She may not appeal to have the ban lifted for three years. She is banned for life from applying for a council licence to run a business involving animals.
  11. Hello, I remind you that all news in "Free time" you must put a maximum of 2 photos and link where you got the news.

    News/sport/auto/moto, etc. 

  12. On Tuesday, Morocco and Senegal became the first teams to reach the African play-offs for next year's World Cup in Qatar, making it through with two group games left. The two-legged play-offs in March will determine the continent's five representatives in Qatar, but which eight teams will join the Moroccans and Senegalese? BBC Sport Africa has been taking a closer look. Already through. Morocco, captained by Wolverhampton's Romain Saiss, and Sadio Mane's Senegal can breathe easy ahead of the last round of group matches between 11 and 16 November. Only the eight other group winners will join them in the play-offs. Almost there. Mohamed Salah's Egypt have a four-point cushion over nearest challengers Libya after this week's back-to-back victories over their north African neighbours. The Pharaohs know three points from their final two matches against Angola and Gabon to progress to the next stage of qualifying as they bid to reach a second consecutive World Cup. However, surprise package Libya could still qualify if they take maximum points in matches against the same opposition and Egypt fail to win their remaining two games. Tunisia have a three-point lead over Equatorial Guinea in Group B, and the Carthage Eagles will guarantee passage to the play-offs with an away win against the west Africans on matchday five. As Tunisia have a far superior goal difference, Mondher Kbaier's side could still top the group even if they lose. This month's results have left several groups finely poised, with six winner-takes-all showdowns possible in the final round of qualifying. In Group A, Africa Cup of Nations holders Algeria, led by Manchester City's Riyad Mahrez, are ahead of Burkina Faso on goal difference alone, with the two countries meeting in north Africa after they face Djibouti and Niger respectively. Mahrez has scored 10 goals in his last 10 internationals to help Algeria extend their unbeaten run to 31 matches. Ivory Coast lead Cameroon by a point in Group D. If both countries win on matchday five, with the Ivorians facing Mozambique and Cameroon taking on Malawi, the Indomitable Lions will need to beat the Elephants at home to progress. Similarly, in Group G, South Africa have a one-point advantage over Ghana with the latter, who lost 1-0 in South Africa last month, hosting Bafana Bafana in the final round. The Black Stars travel to Ethiopia, while South Africa - chasing a first World Cup since hosting the 2010 finals - welcome Zimbabwe prior to the clash in Ghana, whose last World Cup was in 2014. Nigeria are two points in front of Cape Verde in Group C after the Super Eagles suffered a shock home defeat against Central African Republic. Nigeria host Cape Verde in the final round of the group stage. Mali and Uganda remain unbeaten, with the west Africans leading the Cranes by two points in Group E. Mali travel to Rwanda and Uganda welcome Kenya next month before the top two meet, with Mali the home team. However, the Eagles were ordered to play in Morocco this moth by Caf, with home stadia deemed unfit to host qualifiers. Meanwhile, three countries are still in the hunt for top spot in Group I. Tanzania and Benin both have seven points - with the former ahead on goals scored - while DR Congo are two points adrift of the pair. Tanzania host DR Congo, for whom veteran striker Dieumerci Mbokani is still scoring crucial goals before an away tie in Madagascar, while Benin entertain the island nation and then travel to face the Leopards in the final round. On the brink of an exit Zambia (Group B), Central African Republic (Group C), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Gabon (Group F) and Madagascar (Group J) can still mathematically reach the play-offs, but their respective fates are out of their hands. The trio need to win their remaining two games and hope other results go their way, along with goal difference swinging in their favour. Out of the running Meanwhile, 17 teams have been eliminated from the running. Angola and Togo, who both qualified for the 2006 World Cup, are among the countries who can no longer reach next year's finals in the Middle East. Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Kenya, Malawi, Mauritania, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Rwanda, Sudan and Zimbabwe have also been eliminated this month.
  13. CAIRO, 10 October 2021: The Egyptian Mamdouh Al-Subaie, known as “Big Ramy”, managed to maintain his title in the Mr. Olympia Championship in the 2021 edition for the second year in a row. Big Ramy topped the rankings of the first round, which was held at Sunday dawn, in the city of Orlando in the state of Florida, which witnessed the participation of 16 players from different countries, including the Egyptians Mohamed Shaaban and Hassan Mustafa, who failed to qualify for the final round. Olympia's most famous and attractive open weight, 37-year-old Big Ramy took to the stage with a massive 300-pound physique and was looking to look better than the one who won the 2020 title.Big Ramy was crowned Mr. Olympia as the first Egyptian, African and Arab, in the most famous and strongest championship in the world in 2020, and the Egyptian bodybuilder Ramy Al-Subaie gave “Big Ramy” his historic victory after being crowned with the title of Mr. Olympia 2020, one of the largest and most famous games in bodybuilding. , to his fans in Egypt and the Arab world, who is recorded in history as the first Egyptian player to win it.
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