American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
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“When I interviewed Abouhalima after the attack when he was in prison, he clearly still had Egypt on his mind.”
“An Egyptian, Mahmud Abouhalima, was credited with being one of the chief conspirators in the 1993 bombing of the twin towers.”
“Shalabi welcomed him, providing an apartment and making Abouhalima available as a driver and personal assistant.”
“Officials say Abouhalima, who disappeared after the bombing, may be in Pakistan.”
“Federal investigators have told NEWSWEEK that witnesses place Salameh and Abouhalima at a New York-area gas station the night before the blast.”
“Rahman, who went on a media counteroffensive last week, denies any knowledge of Abouhalima, Salameh, Shalabi's death or the bombing.”
“Shalabi even employed Abouhalima in his electrical-contracting business.”
“Abouhalima had already been tortured by Egyptian intelligence agents for 10 days, and had the wounds to prove it.”
“At that moment, Nosair and Abouhalima may have had an epiphany: back home in Egypt, suspected terrorists are dragged in and tortured.”
“The escape plan was amateur hour: Nosair's buddy Abouhalima was supposed to drive the getaway car, a taxicab, but the overexcited Nosair jumped in the wrong cab and was apprehended.”
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