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  • The Threat to Reason, by Dan Hind, is an entertaining and fast-paced book-length essay on the abuse of Enlightenment rhetoric and reasoning - by both ends of the political and social spectrum.

    Boing Boing

  • Sabáik, who ruled over Khorásán-land and used every year to go on razzia into the countries of the Miscreants in Hind and Sind and

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Now thou must know, O my brother, that this King of Outer Hind is a masterful tyrant, a man of might and prowess in fight, and in his realm are much people; so unless our King made shift to fend him off from himself, he will fall into perdition, whilst the King of

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Mizrakán in Hind; whither do thou accompany us and we will fare on to Khorasan and thence to the city of Shima’ún and Khwárazm, from which latter place the City of the Jews is distant a year and three months’ journey.’

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • While the Prophet was still alive, one of his fiercest foes was a woman of a great clan called Hind, Hind al-Hunud, “the Hind of Hinds.”

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Indeed, the MI-24-called the Hind by NATO, but strangely unnamed by the Russians themselves-was referred to as a flying tank.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • Then a few years later, when Charles II died and James II came to the throne, Dryden turned Roman Catholic and wrote a poem called The Hind and the

    English Literature for Boys and Girls

  • Catholic and endeavoured to defend his new faith at the expense of the old one, in a poem entitled The Hind and the Panther.

    The Canadian Elocutionist

  • The Lord decreed them safety, so that they arrived at the first city of Hind, which is known as AlMansúrah, [FN#539] and cast anchor there.

    Arabian nights. English

  • "People are angry with Vastanvi," said Arif Siddiqi, secretary of the powerful Islamic organization the Jamiat Ulema-i Hind, which is confident it has the votes to oust him.

    The Seattle Times

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