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SULTAN. The title of the Turkish sovereign and other Mahometan princes.

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Twelve-foot ceilings and poured concrete floors cured to look like marble (a secret process Sultana won't reveal) create a minimalist shell that draws eyes to the owners' art collection.
According to details, Irshad Mushtaq threw acid on his wife Sultana, mother of five, on May 27 at their house in Shah Faisal Colony, injuring her face and partially affecting their minor children.
It was on the Mississippi River in April 1865, when a boiler exploded aboard the steamboat Sultana and killed an estimated 1,800 passengers--most of them Union soldiers recently freed from Confederate prisons.
But history chose to traverse a different course and Begum Sultana, married in the great family of Mughals, now lives in a slum in Forshore Road in Howrah with a monthly pension of Rs 400.
A trip to out Heliopolis to the outdoor Cinema Normandy and two delicious ice cream shops, Mandarine Koueider and Sultana, can deliver on both.
O Sultana, your torso remains but your hedgerow is destroyed.
And despite the power they wield, the women of the Country Women's Association also know how to bake the best sultana cake ever, and that the first step of problem solving is always a nice cup of tea.
Finally, the European Commission, as part of its policy work on lifelong learning, decided to use the OECD questionnaire to collect information on all the existing and new European Union member states that had not been involved in the OECD review and produced a report covering career guidance policies across the European Union as a whole (Sultana, 2004).
WITH the launch of Sultana Scone from Eurobuns, there is now a tea-time scone under the Classic Crumb brand to suit every menu requirement.
From the deck of his fearsome flagship Sultana, Ali directed 270 war galleys and a massive collection of lighter craft.
Also new to Gordon's range are two chutneys -- Apricot and Sultana Chutney and Date and Orange Chutney.
IN THE COURSE OF HER LIFE and political career, the Egyptian sultana, Shajarat al-Duff played many roles and held great influence at the Ayyubid and Mamluk courts.