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


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  • But look, if I walk into my house, and I'm a normal Iraqi, a Baghdadian and I can't turn on the power at 3: 00 in the afternoon.

    CNN Transcript Sep 1, 2006

  • The battle was very fierce and God has in fact made the Iraqi soldiers victorious and the battle still goes on, in the main fronts, maybe you have been disturbed by the sounds of these bullets because we have to deal with those mercenaries to make sure, you know, that Baghdad is safe and secure and great and the Iraqi Baghdadian people of Baghdad are strong.

    CNN Transcript Apr 7, 2003

  • Moreover, the Mutazilites 'own orthodoxy was accompanied by fanatical intolerance -- they orchestrated the "Minha", or Muslim Inquisition under their brutal th century reign during the Abbasid-Baghdadian Caliphate.

    American Thinker

  • Sir Ellis Kadoorie (1865-1922) was a Jewish philanthropist and member of the wealthy Baghdadian Family that had large business interests in the Far East.


  • I did see where AT&T's gonna get to testify in secret instead of before We the People on charges AT&T helped our Grand Little Boy-Cute "President" spy on us, giving forth all our phone records, to hell with our privacy--and the little Bush boy keeps on playing "president" like a spoiled little rich brat and everybody thinks he's cute, except those horrified innocent Baghdadian men and women and children under 24/7 fear of whether in this their new DEMOCRACY they are going to make it alive through another day, they sure don't think this little polecat is cute.

    The Pits of Hell


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