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  • noun Alternative form of vizier.

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Examples

  • A soldier named Dargham had risen up and deposed him, and the deposition of the wazir was the deposition of the real ruler, for the Fatimite caliphs themselves were now merely the puppets which the Merovingian kings had been in the days of Charles Martel and

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  • He added he had not come to the SP to be a "wazir" (minister) like Raj Babbar,

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  • He added he had not come to the SP to be a "wazir" (minister) like Raj Babbar,

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  • He also said once that he was descended from the "grand wazir of Islam," until skeptics pointed out that it was a nonsensical term, akin to calling someone the "governor of Christianity."

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  • He also once claimed on the site that he was descended from the "grand wazir of Islam," until skeptics pointed out that it was a nonsensical term, akin to calling someone the "governor of Christianity."

    Critics Say Caner Isn't Only Self-Styled Ex-Muslim

  • The two tusks depicted on 1000 year old (and older) Islamic chess pieces of the "vizier," "farzin" or "wazir" evolved into the Bishop's mitre (in Western chess) as the Arabic version of chess spread into Europe and was adopted by the European royal courts.

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  • The two tusks depicted on 1000 year old (and older) Islamic chess pieces of the "vizier," "farzin" or "wazir" evolved into the Bishop's mitre (in Western chess) as the Arabic version of chess spread into Europe and was adopted by the European royal courts.

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  • Iimplemented and went ahead of wazir commission report when i announced four new districts for Jammu region.

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  • “The grand wazir of Islam is a nonsensical term,” Mr. Howard said. thanks Laleh

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  • The process of transfer of habits is so beautifully depicted in a tradition of the Holy Prophet (s), who says that an offspring is a master (sayyid) for the first seven years, and then a slave ('abd) for another seven years, and finally a minister (wazir) for the third seven years.

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