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- proper n. The prophet Abraham.
- proper n. A male given name.
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- n. the first of the Old Testament patriarchs and the father of Isaac; according to Genesis, God promised to give Abraham's family (the Hebrews) the land of Canaan (the Promised Land); God tested Abraham by asking him to sacrifice his son
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(Soundbite of music) Mr. ABDULLAH IBRAHIM (Composer, Pianist, Flutist): (Foreign language Spoken) (Singing) ELLIOTT: Today, Ibrahim again makes his home in South Africa in the hills outside of Cape Town.
MALAYSIA ibrahim, his excellency dr anwar Ibrahim is a Malaysian politician of global stature.
GJELTEN: Little in Ibrahim al-Asiri's education or background explains his bomb-making work for al-Qaida.
Dr. CHRISTOPHER BOUCEK (Association, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace): Ibrahim is believed by the Saudi authorities to be hiding out in Yemen with al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, and is thought to be a bomb-maker, as well as having experience with poisons and toxins and rockets and missiles.
Muslim Brotherhood lawmaker and candidate Hussein Ibrahim said the campaigners were arrested while hanging posters for one of the group's four female candidates.
Muslim Brotherhood lawmaker Hussein Ibrahim says police arrested group members early Tuesday in the coastal city of Alexandria as they were hanging up posters for one of the group's female candidates in the November 28 parliamentary elections.
Saad Eddin Ibrahim, who now lives in exile in the Gulf because Egypt has become unsafe for him, is a sociologist and democratic activist who every spring takes a bunch of college kids on hippy trips to contentious places in the Middle East.
Allis, Wis., died Jan. 5 in Ibrahim Al Adham, Iraq, of wounds suffered when his vehicle struck an improvised explosive device.
Quoth Ishak bin Ibrahim al-Mausili: I was in my house one night in the winter time, when the clouds had dispread themselves and the rains poured down in torrents, as from the mouths of water skins, and the folk forbore to come and go about the ways for that which was therein of rain and slough.
Quoth Ishak bin Ibrahim al Mausili, It so chanced that, one day feeling weary of being on duty at the Palace and in attendance upon the Caliph, I mounted horse and went forth, at break of dawn, having a mind to ride out in the open country and take my pleasure.
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