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  • The Dost himself was in command of the little party, and the Dost was a man whose nature was to fight, not to run.

    The Afghan Wars 1839-42 and 1878-80

  • Ruess wasted little time mourning the demise of his longtime group before calling Dost, who had supported the Format on tour and had been slated to work with the band on an upcoming release.

    Spinner

  • İhsan Güven, leader of a quasi-religious cult known as the Dost Sect, and his wife.

    TODAY'S ZAMAN :: News

  • Elena Risteska, the 2006 Eurovision representative for FYR Macedonia, has just released her latest single, entitled Dost ...

    esctoday.com | news

  • The first explosion was relatively small and drew police and rescue workers to the site, said Dost Mohammed, a senior local police official.

    Blasts kills 34 in Pakistan, as CIA chief visits

  • Afghan Member of Parliament, Ramazan Bashar Dost, urged us to ask the U.S. government to realize this, and desist.

    Kathy Kelly: Planting the Seeds

  • Delightful moniker aside, the New York City act Ruess, Andrew Dost and Jack Antonoff have been on quite a roll ever since the release of their well-received debut Aim and Ignite.

    Jon Chattman: Sound Bites: Finland's Rubik and fun.

  • "I am sad over the damage caused to my home, but I am happy that we did not suffer any loss of life," Ali Dost a resident of Dalbandin, a town of about 15,000 people located near the epicenter, told the Associated Press.

    Pakistan Escapes Major Quake Damage

  • Job 37:16, or as the King James Version puts it, “Dost thou know the balancings of the clouds?”

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Mirza Mohammed Dost stood at the foot of his son's grave, near a headstone that read, "Raheb Dost, martyred by Americans."

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: August 13, 2009

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