American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- See Bakhtaran.
“A recount of votes in Kermanshah, a Kurdish province, showed that 'there has been no irregularity,' the news agency reported.”
“Doris Lessing was born on 22 October 1919 to British parents in Kermanshah in what was then known as Persia (now Iran) as Doris May Taylor.”
“Doris Lessing (born Doris May Tayler in Kermanshah, Persia, on 22 October 1919) is a British writer, author of works such as the novels The Grass is Singing and The Golden Notebook.”
“Her perspective is different from my parents' -- her late first husband was from a town called Kermanshah, which is not far from the border with Iraq.”
“The above list of the tribes of Kermanshah is the one to which I can least trust.”
“The same websites reported that protest gatherings also took place in universities in other Iranian cities such as Kermanshah,”
“The same websites reported that demonstrators gathered at universities in other Iranian cities such as Kermanshah, Mashad and Shiraz.”
“They began by establishing a tiny HIV/AIDS clinic in their hometown of Kermanshah, a western town near where heroin flows across the Iraqi border into Iran.”
“Iran's opposition says anti-government activists also marched in other cities Monday, including Isfahan, Shiraz and Kermanshah.”
“Demonstrations were also reportedly held in other cities across Iran, including Isfahan, Shiraz and Kermanshah.”
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