from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Nasser, Gamal Abdel 1918-1970. Egyptian army officer and politician who served as prime minister (1954-1956) and president (1956-1958) of Egypt and as president of the United Arab Republic (1958-1970). His nationalization of the Suez Canal precipitated an international crisis (1956).
- LakeNasser A lake of southeast Egypt and northern Sudan. It was formed in the 1960s by the construction of the Aswan High Dam on the Nile river. The rising waters of the lake submerged many historic sites.
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- n. lake in Egypt formed by dams built on the Nile River at Aswan
- n. Egyptian statesman who nationalized the Suez Canal (1918-1970)
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Justice David Bean sentenced Prince Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud to a life sentence without the possibility of parole for 20 years for the brutal assault at the Landmark Hotel in London on Feb. 15.
I swear I will be as angry as now if they call it Nasser or Naguib or even Mubarak.
He called Nasser another Hitler and treated the seizure of the Suez Canal as “the opening gambit in a planned campaign designed by Nasser to expel all Western influence and interests from Arab countries.”
A judge on Wednesday told Prince Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud that no one is above the law.
Let's take the recent case of the Prince Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud, convicted last week of beating his servant to death in a luxury hotel in London.
Bandar Abdulaziz, who worked as an assistant to Prince Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud, was found beaten and strangled in a hotel suite at London's Landmark Hotel on Feb. 15.
Justice David Bean told the killer, Prince Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser Al Saud, that no man, even a royal, was above the law.
Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud was sentenced to life on Wednesday for the murder of a servant he was romantically involved with.
Baldwyn died as a result of wounds received from an explosion while conducting combat operations against enemy forces in Nasser Wa Salaam, Iraq.
Whereas the warrior-king Rameses II partly recognised himself in Nasser, the first president of Egypt, a peace-making predecessor of the 18th dynasty thus sides with the president's successor and heir, murdered in 1981.