American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of north-central Iraq on the Tigris River north-northwest of Baghdad. It was the capital of the Arabic Abbassid dynasty in the ninth century and is today a pilgrimage center for Shiite Muslims. Population: 158,000.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as simar.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. See simar.
“SAMARRA, IRAQ - A suicide bomber blew himself up Saturday near a crowd of Shiite pilgrims at a bus depot in the northern Iraqi city of Samarra, killing 38 people and wounding scores of others, police and officials said.”
“SAMARRA - The Iraqi army found three Iranian Shi'ite pilgrims who were among a group of 12, including an Iraqi driver, kidnapped by gunmen in Samarra on Friday, Iraqi army officials said.”
“SAMARRA - The bodies of two police officials were found in Samarra.”
“SAMARRA, Iraq AFP - A suicide bomber blew himself up inside a bus filled with Shiite pilgrims at a checkpoint outside the Iraqi city of Samarra on Saturday, killing at least 27 people, police sources said.”
“SAMARRA, Iraq Reuters - A suicide bomber targeting Shi'ite pilgrims killed 28 people and wounded 24 near the Iraqi city of Samarra on Saturday, a police source said.”
“I´m reminded of John O´Hara´s Appointment in Samarra as prologue to which he wrote (and I loosely quote):”
“The married Army Airborne Ranger died while on patrol in Samarra, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near his Humvee military vehicle.”
“Pvt. Sean P. McCune, 20, of Euless, Texas, died Jan. 11 in Samarra, Iraq, of injuries sustained from a non-combat related incident.”
“N.H., died June 13 in Samarra City, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device that his explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) team was acting to neutralize detonated.”
“Modesto, Calif., died March 7 in Samarra, Iraq, of wounds sustained in”
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