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  • proper noun A male given name, of Turkish origin, born by various Ottoman dignitaries

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Examples

  • The worst case was a 6-year old child called Murad who was being treated for severe gunshot wounds in his stomach area.

    South of Tripoli, town celebrates rebel arrival

  • One fellow called Murad said he met the man at a supermarket last year and The weirdest part was that my feelings for my wife and my love for my children disappeared.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • One fellow called Murad said he met the man at a supermarket last year and The weirdest part was that my feelings for my wife and my love for my children disappeared.

    This Weird World

  • So Amurath, sometimes called Murad, this young man's father, wasted months, and the souls of his subjects without count; but when he fled not a coping block had been disturbed in its bed.

    The Prince of India — Volume 02

  • The worst case was a 6-year old child called Murad who was being treated for severe gunshot wounds in his stomach area.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • He said that I had committed some security ofences [...] he then asked me about a young man called Murad … I agreed that I had never seen Murad but I used to talk to him on the phone

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • He said that I had committed some security ofences [...] he then asked me about a young man called Murad … I agreed that I had never seen Murad but I used to talk to him on the phone

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • Amiry´s recently-published second book, entitled Murad, Murad, describes the life of Palestinian West Banker workers who run the risk of imprisonment or worse in order to try to continue to work in Israel, because they have almost no other way to try to support their families.

    American Chronicle

  • Amiry´s recently-published second book, entitled Murad, Murad, describes the life of Palestinian West Banker workers who run the risk of imprisonment or worse in order to try to continue to work in Israel, because they have almost no other way to try to support their families.

    American Chronicle

  • "Murad," and Mrs. Ault spoke as if she were not thinking of the change for herself, "there is one thing I wish you would do for me, dear."

    That Fortune

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