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  • adj. Of, from, or pertaining to, Baghdad
  • n. Someone from Baghdad.


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  • However, all we know for sure about al-Baghdadi is that there are different perceptions of who he is.

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  • Cpl. Brandon S. Schuck, 21, of Safford, Ariz., died Feb. 6 from an improvised explosive device while conducting combat operations against enemy forces in Baghdadi, Iraq.

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  • But the US military claims there is nobody called Baghdadi in the Islamic State of Iraq and that it is merely an internet-based organisation.


  • But the US military claims there is nobody called Baghdadi in the organisation, and that it is merely an Internet-based group.


  • And in fact, Al Qaeda in Iraq adopted another leader with the name of al - Baghdadi, which is more of an Iraqi name, to put more of an Iraqi face on it.

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  • The explosion went off in the town of Baghdadi, which is near Ramadi.

    CNN Transcript Nov 29, 2004

  • All of them came to be known as Baghdadi Jews in India.

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  • In 1577 Shah Ali Baghdadi (called Baghdadi as he came from Baghdad) came in Hindustan from Bagdad. - Articles related to Setting up a vegetable garden at home for safe, organic food

  • But more than two weeks later, U.S. intelligence officials still can't say if the man being held in an Iraqi prison is Baghdadi — or even if "Baghdadi" is a real person, or a figure made up to throw Iraqi and U.S. forces off the trail.

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  • Until last year, U.S. military officials had widely believed that "Baghdadi" was either fictitious or a name shared by a variety of AQI figures for propaganda purposes.

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