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  • Moslems had ended their rejoicings at Sa'adan's return and

    Arabian nights. English

  • Gharib sat down on Sa'adan's chair, which had aforetime belonged to Sásá [FN#339] bin Shays bin Shaddad bin Ad causing

    Arabian nights. English

  • When Jaland heard these words, his eyes sank into his head for rage and he bade his swordbearer smite Sa'adan's neck.

    Arabian nights. English

  • But in an act of faith and defiance, people gathered on the streets at dusk even though troops had ordered them to stay indoors and began chanting the "adan," the call to prayer.

    Hundreds detained after Syrian crackdown

  • Slow dancing, just mii adan mai gurl *step adn sway*

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  • But whilst they were in perplexity, behold, Sa adan stood amongst them and they rejoiced at his coming with exceeding joy; more especially Jamrkan, who saluted him with the salam as did other True Believers and gave him joy of his escape.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • When therefore Nebuzar-adan went up thither, he saw the blood bubbling: so he said to them, 'What meaneth this?'

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • But in the Septuagint, Nebuzar-adan is taken to be chief of the slayers of beasts, hence the title of ‘prince of the cooks.’

    The Golden Legend, vol. 1

  • Nebuzar-adan as is read in the xxv. chapter of the book of Kings that he burnt the house of God for he was prince of the cooks, and signifieth them that serve to gluttony and to luxury, and make of their belly their god.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 1

  • For about another century and a half Judah had a somewhat checkered existence after the termination of the kingdom of Israel till its final overthrow in the destruction of the temple (B.C. 588) by Nebuzar-adan, who was captain of

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

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