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  • Munnamia (Ajay Naidu), the sullen cook in Hakim's restaurant, a man whose despicable kitchen habits could easily lead to several health code violations.

    George Heymont: A Chaotic Cornucopia of Culinary Cinema (VIDEOS)

  • Nothing would happen until morning, Karim decided, so he called Hakim using one of the disposable phones and ordered him to remove the back three benches from the van and return to the mosque with two of the men.

    Extreme Measures

  • Al – Hakimbi’ Amri’llah the famous or infamous founder of the Druze ((Durúz)) faith and held by them to be, not an incarnation of the Godhead, but the Godhead itself in propriâ personâ, who reigned A.D. 926 – 1021: our Hakim is the orthodox

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Mr. Hakim is traditionally seen as closer than Mr. Sadr to Iran's political orbit.

    Baghdad Wrangling Rattles Iran Ties

  • Mr. Hakim is under intense pressure from Iran and its allies to reconsider his position, according to a senior Iraqi official.

    Baghdad Wrangling Rattles Iran Ties

  • Karim gripped the briefcase and, without saying a word to Hakim, closed the door.

    Extreme Measures

  • He followed his new master — for so he must now term the Hakim — to the Moorish tents which contained his retinue and his property, with the stupefied feelings of one who, fallen from the summit of a precipice, and escaping unexpectedly with life, is just able to drag himself from the fatal spot, but without the power of estimating the extent of the damage which he has sustained.

    The Talisman

  • They aren't going to demobilize themselves--especially when it seems obvious that the future of Shiite, and therefore Arab, Iraq is going to be determined by an internecine tussle between the two groups which is to say the Hakim and Sadr families and friends.

    Today’s Iraq Roundup - Swampland - TIME.com

  • It's not only a matter of the death of the ayatollah, al-Hakim, which is bad enough for those that he represented, if you will, but it's also very symbolic.

    CNN Transcript Aug 31, 2003

  • He followed his new master, for so we must now term the Hakim, to the Moorish tents which contained his retinue and his property, with the stupid feelings of one, who, fallen from the summit of a precipice, and escaping unexpectedly with life, is just able to drag himself from the fatal spot, but without the power of estimating the extent of the damage which he has sustained.

    The Talisman

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