from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Custom; precedent; established usage; the common law most respected by all Orientals.


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  • I hope you'll see I did note that the usual baklava or mamoul are available on eid al-adha and I should note also for christian easter and other religions' holidays.

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  • I'm trying to think of any pastries specifically associated with eid al-adha, other than the usual baklava and mamoul...

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  • A stroll through Chinatown became part of my regular Sunday routine, I even started noticing similarities between the two cuisines, the mooncakes that resembled Middle Eastern date cakes mamoul.

    To Chinatown and Back

  • Abuhena Saifulislam, the second Muslim chaplain commissioned in the Navy, gave the blessing for dinner, which included roasted kabocha squash soup, spiced rack of lamb and mamoul cookies.

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  • We were stuffed after Cedarland and the kids clearly needed naps, so we skipped our usual second stop, the Shatila bakery, where we usually stock up on baklawa and mamoul and often are tempted by the mango ice cream too...

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  • I've never actually tried their French-style pastries before because I always buy a big tray of baklava and mamoul.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • All six of them, as they claimed, had been sitting peacefully in Ghabryel & Assad's restaurant, eating _kibbah arnabeiah_ and _mamoul_.

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  • Her oldest daughter, Maha, makes them often—as the first-born granddaughter, she inherited her grandmother’s mamoul molds.

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