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bousta

phr. about to [do something]. (Streets.) He’s bousta go.
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How to cite: Bousta, Rhita, and Yseult Marique (2017), "The Status of Comparative Administrative Law: A Comparison between French and Belgian Legal Education," Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice 9(1): 47-69.
Mr Al Absi held a meeting recently with Industry and Commerce Ministry assistant under-secretary for domestic trade Hameed Rahma, assistant under-secretary for industrial management Yousif Ali Hassan, assistant under-secretary for metrology and consumer protection Dr Abdulla Ahmed Abdulla, corporate affairs director Ali Makki, commercial registration director Khalid Rabea and tourism control chief Hamed Al Bousta.
Soulimani R Younos C Jarmouni-Idrissi S Bousta D Khallouki F Laila A.
An opposing approach has recently been undertaken by Rhita Bousta (2005), who tried to develop a positive definition of the ombudsman, rather than defining it in relation to the powers of Parliament, government or the judiciary.
It is in the course of Lalla Sultana's tribulations that we get to meet the rest of the characters, each emblematic of a particular trait or condition: Augustine the pied noir baker, Mesrod the good-hearted and spendthrift grandfather and his nemesis the greedy rabbi, the quixotic Zalamir, the simpleminded Bousta, the frivolous Marisoi and her virtuous sister Mariluz are the most memorable among a numerous and highly colorful cast.