American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A small dog of a breed originally bred in Australia, having a coarse blackish coat with tan markings.
“Shirzad was a top economic and national security aide to President George W. Bush.”
““Even the rightists are condemning this as unacceptable,” Shirzad Bozorgmehr, then deputy editor of the Iran News, told me.85 “So some believe that this could be the beginning of the end of these little extremist groups that did whatever they wanted and got away with it.””
“Shirzad, we understand that some very high-ranking Revolutionary Guard commanders were actually killed in this suicide bomb attack?”
“GRANT: Shirzad, tell us a little bit more about Ayatollah Montazeri and what has prompted such a big protest?”
“GRANT: Yes, Shirzad, just give us a sense of what the reaction has been to these protests?”
“GRANT: Shirzad, thank you very much for bringing us up to date on that.”
“Rafiq Shirzad/Reuters U.S. troops cordoned off the blast site, filled with burned-out vehicles set on fire by the explosion.”
“NGUYEN: Shirzad, let me ask you this real quickly.”
“And, Shirzad, what are you hearing about this attack?”
“NGUYEN: How crippling is it, Shirzad, for the Revolutionary Guard to have one of its elite, top commanders killed by this attack?”
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