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  • I have a JS that resizes a few div widths on my page but when i also have the styles in a seperate file the JS does not work. this is my original code that works when i use the following line in my html. function Div (id, hw, ud) {var div = document. getElementById (id); if (hw = = "h") {var h = parseInt (div. style.height) +ud; if (h >

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  • Mas'ud is the ruler of northeastern Afghanistan and the leader of the only force still fighting the Taliban.

    The Counterterrorist Myth

  • How many? ud, that is coming to the question with a vengeance.

    The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb — Volume 4 Poems and Plays

  • A quick history lesson - the returning Crusaders brought a stringed Arabic instrument called the ud back to Europe (to Spain, to be exact), where it eventually became known as the lute.

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  • He was the most accomplished commander of the anti-Soviet mujahideen guerrillas; his army now daily confronts Arab military units that are under the banner of bin Ladin, yet no CIA case officer has yet debriefed Mas'ud's soldiers on the front lines or the Pakistani, Afghan, Chinese-Turkoman, and Arab holy warriors they've captured.

    The Counterterrorist Myth

  • Sabíh Beg wanted Iraq to extend southward almost to Riyadh, Ibn Sa'ud's capital.

    The Gulf War Reconsidered

  • 'I know Tom' ud 'ave come,' she said to herself, rather sulkily.

    Liza of Lambeth

  • "I don't believe, meself, that Providence 'ud' ave the 'eart," said Mrs. Brown.

    Back to Billabong

  • "Why, nobody but a nasty little bitch like you 'ud' ave such a thought."

    Sons and Lovers

  • "Yes, an 'that other lad' ud 'a done as much if they hadna ha! killed 'im," he said quietly.

    Sons and Lovers

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  • Usage on oud.

    November 3, 2008

  • small, pear-shaped, stringed musical instrument, still in use in many Arab cultures such as that of Egypt

    February 28, 2007