- From Russian мир (mir, "peace") (Wiktionary)
“The title Mir'at, therefore, involves some limitation of”
“Makanesi by the CIA and Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence spy agency led officials to a house that the Germans were renting in Mir Ali, a town in North Waziristan.”
“The CIA drone fired two missiles into a tribesman's house in Mir Ali, a notorious militant hub in North Waziristan.”
“Dohiyi Mir is travelling; San Diego today ... where tomorrow?”
“NTodd of Dohiyi Mir is on unpaid leave from his job this summer and he's asking - ever so politely - for small donations to help him with such small things as keeping his blog site running.”
“STREKALOV (through translator): Norm, we got some hopes to get together again at the future station, with the name Mir number two.”
“On the feet you gotta figure Mir is better, on the ground, no question Mir’s better.”
“Police deported him to France in October and captured Lodhi after watching him throw satellite photos of military bases in a dumpster and call Mir from a phone booth.”
“According to Chitral police a driver belongs to Jughor namely Mir Hisamuddin resident of Jughor was driving a Suzuki pick up when it reached to Chawni bridge near headquarters Chitral scouts it uncontrolled due to speedy driving and climbed over a wall as a result one person died while three other including driver injured.”
“Many times I thought I should call Mir and try to get together.”
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