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Bushra Wahid and Muresuk Mena strut their stuff onstage during the Africa Night fashion show. Clark Kampfe.

Bushra Wahid and Muresuk Mena strut their stuff onstage during the Africa Night fashion show. Clark Kampfe.

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  1. farzana hidayatyhullah says:

    i m somo farzana from kuwait . i saw ur pic in google images. best of luck 4 ur studies.

  2. Djbf says:

    I’m no expert, but mizeganas themselves seem to have an arc, a lifespan all their own. Perhaps the real story here is that Time and Newsweek have lasted as long as they have.Perhaps someone will see some value in their names, and buy them solely to publish them intermittently like the resurrected Life magazine, for special events and retrospectives and such.But if anyone does, my money’s on Time.

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