- n. A person from Pakistan or of Pakistani descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Pakistan, or its people.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A native or inhabitant of Pakistan.
“ABDUL SATTAR, PAKISTANI FOREIGN MINISTER: The Pakistani delegation -- at a high level -- will be conveying to the Taliban government of Afghanistan the imperative of compliance with security council resolutions, both those that have been adopted in the past and the one that was adopted on the twelfth of September.”
“And I think the message to the pakistani people will, again, reflect our long-common ties and the goodwill that the two countries have had to each other, but the hard choices that Pakistan and the Pakistani people face about their future.”
“HUSAIN HAQQANI, PAKISTANI AMBASSADOR TO THE U.S.: The United States has not shared any evidence with the Pakistani government about these allegations.”
“We don't subscribe to the politically correct fiction that just because they happen to be born in Britain, a Pakistani is a Briton.”
“He elaborates how he promotes what he calls the Pakistani languages:”
“Last month, a video surfaced on YouTube showing soldiers in Pakistani army uniforms firing at a half-dozen blindfolded prisoners.”
“The elements in Pakistani intelligence agencies were fully involved but the brave local defended their land sacrificing a lot ..”
“KELEMEN: In a telephone interview from Vermont, Senator Leahy says he was particularly concerned by a video that surfaced on the Internet recently that seems to show armed men in Pakistani military uniforms executing six people in civilian clothes.”
“AFP/Getty Images Pakistani President Asif Zardari From this unsavory stew it's unrealistic to expect a high degree of clarity or consistency in Pakistani policy.”
“The American officer said that one guest lecturer, whom he described as a Pakistani one-star general, "claimed the U.S. National Security Agency actively trains correspondents for media organizations.”
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