from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Formerly Ker·man·shah (kĕr-mänˌshäˈ, -shôˈ)Bakhtaran A city of western Iran west-southwest of Tehran. Founded in the fourth century A.D., it was later a frontier fortress against the Ottoman Turks. Population: 795,000.
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Azarbayjan-e Markazi (Central Azerbaijan); the name Bakhtaran may have been changed to Kermanshahan
Mansour Arbabsiar, who had grown up with him in the Iranian city of Kermanshah now Bakhtaran but emigrated to Texas in the late 1970s.
I, the spirit of Airyanem Vaejah Nation, pretended when I arrived to be a merchant from Media looking for goods to buy and take back to Bakhtaran .
General Harpagus is Visited by the Spirit of Airyanem Vaejah Nation, who Pretends to be a Merchant from Bakhtaran in Media Empire