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  • noun Alternative form of mameluke.

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Examples

  • Now I know that some of you, even around this table, might be worried about the 'Mamluk'-ization of the US, but let me remind you, it took centuries for the Mamluks to take over Egypt.

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  • Less well-known but equally powerful was Sultana Ismat of Egypt, known as Shajarat Al Durr, who almost single-handedly brought to an end the dynasty started by the great warrior Saladin 800 years ago and heralded the rule of the emancipated Mamluk Sultanate that spanned more than three centuries.

    Sultan Sooud Al-Qassemi: Just a Century Ago, a Woman Ruled in the Gulf

  • In a play by the late Syrian playwright Saadallah Wannous, a Mamluk soldier of slave origin named Jabir comes up with an ingenious idea to allow the minister send a message out of Baghdad undetected.

    A freedom of information tipping-point | Anas Qtiesh

  • The U.S. Treasury also sanctioned Syria's top spy agency—the General Intelligence Directorate—and its chief, Ali Mamluk.

    U.S. Freezes Assets of Syrian Officials

  • He meandered through the labyrinthine alleys and bazaars of the Hussein district, the medieval city, learning its Fatimid and Mamluk history and comparing their architecture.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • He meandered through the labyrinthine alleys and bazaars of the Hussein district, the medieval city, learning its Fatimid and Mamluk history and comparing their architecture.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • He meandered through the labyrinthine alleys and bazaars of the Hussein district, the medieval city, learning its Fatimid and Mamluk history and comparing their architecture.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • In the course of the survey numerous sites from various periods were found, from the prehistoric to the Mamluk period.

    Claire Epstein.

  • The rise of other Mediterranean powers, such as the Mamluk Sultans and the Ottoman Empire, disrupted this trade and Europeans were forced to search for other routes to Asia.

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  • The rise of other Mediterranean powers, such as the Mamluk Sultans and the Ottoman Empire, disrupted this trade and Europeans were forced to search for other routes to Asia.

    The Christmas Cookie Club

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