- From Turkish derviş, from Persian درویش (darvish). (Wiktionary)
“Dervish is a Turkish restaurant on 47th between 6th & 7th with lunch and dinner specials that make it an obvious choice for tourists looking for something to eat before going to the Theater.”
“An thou do not with me that which I desire, I will call my sire and say to him, The Dervish is minded to do lewdness with me.”
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“Dervish is a sit down restaurant, it’s over $10 and the decor is what you would describe as “nice”.”
“His master of the horse brought him the famous Arab charger called the Dervish, his chief huntsman presented him with his guns, weapons still famous in Epirus, where they figure in the ballads of the Skipetars.”
“In American Dervish, Akhtar presents many different sides of what it means to be Muslim in America.”
“In total contrast is this piece of work by Jennifer Steinkamp entitled "Dervish" which uses projection to simulate reality - yet never trying to be to real.”
“* At "Dervish", Umm Yasmin looks at Irshad Manji's recent comments in Tampering with the Text.”
“Dervish," said Prince Perviz, "I cannot sufficiently express how much”
“Dervish," said Prince Perviz, "I cannot sufficiently express how much I am obliged for the concern you take in my life, who am a stranger to you, and have done nothing to deserve your kindness; but I thoroughly considered this enterprise before I undertook it; therefore I beg of you to do me the same favour you have done my brother.”
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