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  • proper n. Alternative spelling of Chaidari.

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Examples

  • "Nobody wants to work with me — they're all afraid," said Kandahar Mayor Hamid Haidari, sitting in his office in the unlit, nearly deserted municipal building amid a recent power blackout.

    Afghan Offensive Pushes Militants to Kandahar

  • But as Ahmad Zia Haidari, a junior, explains, the decision to study in the department was not just about the sector's potential economic benefits.

    Buried Treasure

  • At 21, Haidari has only ever known Afghanistan in a state of war.

    Buried Treasure

  • The most powerful was that of Martyr Haidari, interred at the forty-third row, eighth column.

    Let the Swords Encircle Me

  • Speaking to a group of American diplomats soon to be posted to U.S. diplomatic missions in South and Central Asia, Haidari discussed Afghanistan's stabilization and reconstruction efforts in a regional context.

    Fwd: Embassy of Afghanistan Newsletter Vol.68 August 2009

  • On January 4th, insurgents assassinated Ali Haidari, the governor of the Iraqi province that includes Baghdad.

    Profiles in Courage, '05

  • "They came from different directions and opened fire at us," Mazen said, reached on al-Haidari's cell phone.

    THE NEWS BLOG

  • Ali Haidari and Lamis Alli Baighi did not enter pleas when they appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Thursday.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • Haidari faces two people smuggling charges that carry a maximum of 30 years in prison.

    The Seattle Times

  • Ali Haidari, 36, and Lamis Alli Baighi, 34, did not enter pleas when they appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Thursday.

    The Seattle Times

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