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  • My husband is called Ghazi Farhan, he is a businessman,...

    The Guardian World News

  • War II, the issue of China has extended beyond the confines of foreign policy to stay as a prominent bone of Century when Mustafa Kemal-who was given the grand title Ghazi or Fighter of the Beverly Darling.

    WN.com - Photown News

  • By then the city was named for a benefactor known as Ghazi, which in Arabic means "invader."

    From Libya: History, crowded sidewalks in Benghazi

  • Many an one the English have dubbed Ghazi, because he crossed the border and buried his knife in a man on church parade!

    In The Time Of Light

  • 'The Ghazi is a man who has taken an oath to kill some non-Mohammedan, preferably a European, as representing the ruling race, but, failing this, a Hindu or a Sikh is a lawful object of his fanaticism ....

    Studies in Literature and History

  • Speaking in Hebrew, Ghazi Hamad, who was recently made Hamas's deputy foreign minister, told Israelis that Hamas is ready to stop its rocket fire if Israel ends its attacks on Gaza.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The incident, which took place in the Narang district of Kunar Province, occurred on Saturday night when a group of U.S. and Afghan soldiers entered a small village called Ghazi Khan.

    ABC News: ABCNews

  • At first I thought my memory of that night's work must be playing me false, but the admiring congratulations I got from Yakub Beg and Kutebar (who called me "Ghazi", of all things) soon put paid to that notion.

    The Sky Writer

  • When asked what would happen if the government tried to use force to take the mosque back from his armed militants, Ghazi said with a smile, “We will resist.”

    The Longest War

  • Garrett encountered many dry holes in his four-year hunt for Kasi, finally tracking him down in the dusty backwater of Dera Ghazi Khan, in central Pakistan, which “felt like it was out of The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.”

    The Longest War

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  • *facepalm*

    April 13, 2011

  • The examples given for "Ghazi" are for its use as a proper name, not relative to the definitions given. Clearly, the citations are derived automatically without review. I suggest that review is done on all word examples and the useless ones culled out.

    April 13, 2011