- Arabic سيف (sayf, "sword"). (Wiktionary)
“The mufti said idha takalam al-seif, uskut ya kalam – ‘when the sword talks, there is no place for talking’.”
“For him, Jesse and the people of the barrio represent the kind of social pride and seif-confidence Burton never found at home.”
“How that sovereign he flung upon the counter seemed to ring the knell of his seif-respect!”
“And if they shall think as I do, that the extension of slavery endangers them more than any or all other causes, how recreant to themselves if they submit The question, and with it the fate of their country, to a mere handful of men bent only on seif-interest.”
“It is not that it isn't open but the way Microsoft changes the "standard" as they see fit. seif sallam October 9th, 2009 6: 22 pm sure HTML is amazing compared to Flash but for me i feel HTML is just a messy page. of course there are technologies to help making this easier but still they are just adding more garbage on the way, and the performance sucks at the end.”
“One grain of that divine principle would make the - rale of seif-indulgence kick the beam.”
“The people of this commonwealth have the sole Right of seif.”
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