- From Persian مهر (mehr). (Wiktionary)
“Muslims in India and Pakistan follow a dowry system called "Mehr".”
“Mehr' is the amount the man agrees as the woman's dower, which is payable immediately, but if deferred is compulsory payment in his lifetime.”
“Meanwhile, Ahmadinejad's supporters have launched a multi-media campaign called Dar Emtedad Mehr (meaning, “Following Kindness”) covering social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook and other online media.”
“So far less than 15 people have “followed” the Dar Emtedad Mehr campaign on Twitter.”
“The oil transaction should be carried in accordance with trading conditions and absence of necessary conditions for payment will have negative effects on the trade," the Mehr news agency quoted Mr. Mehmanparast as saying.”
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“The scheduled session to elect leaders of the Assembly of Experts started unusually late, with the members waiting for Rafsanjani's designated successor, Ayatollah Mohammad Reza Mahdavi Kani, 79, to be brought into the chamber in a wheelchair, the semiofficial Mehr News Agency reported.”
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“But in a letter published by the Mehr news agency, the relatives demand that more senior authorities stand trial for the crimes.”
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