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Much of Mosul lies in ruins, including the 800-year-old mosque with its famous leaning minaret, known as al-Habda, or the hunchback.
She is sent to live with her uncle Archibald Craven (Sean Palmer), a recluse and hunchback in a Gothic mansion on the Yorkshire moors.
Quasi Modo, a mix with a spinal birth defect that took the crown in 2015, has a name to match her hunchback.
And so the Turkish mosque, with its hunchback dome, spearlike minarets and ground-floor bodegas, might yet find a hundred new homes in Raqqa and Mosul and Cizre, whether or not there is anyone left to pray in them.
Although its hunchback X6 counterpart is marginally quicker and grippier, the X5 M remains a genetic marker for when SUV evolution went full guano.
A hunchback with misshapen features, Bourne was a lonely and marginal figure who made his name writing ardent essays in The Atlantic and The New Republic on education, immigration and culture.
He was called a hunchback because of an extreme curvature of his spine, a medical condition called kyphosis.
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