10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «YAKHDAN»
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Cities, Towns and Villages in Afghanistan: List of Cities in ...
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The Persian Contributions to the English Language: An ...
(Fryer 3: 135, dated 1679) Commerce, var. yakhdan + 2 (Iran) [Per. yaxdan an
icehouse, portmanteau < ya^ice + -dan, denoting a holder or container] A trunk or
portmanteau; a box used for carrying ice. O  Jyam, n. (1569) Commerce [Russ.
Garland Hampton Cannon, Alan S. Kaye, 2001
to carry than others, and these, he saw, had nearly all been claimed already. He
looked at the remaining loads and, with an involuntary start, recognised in their
midst the leather- bound yakhdan into which he had seen Hume throw the
What They Think of Us: International Perceptions of the ...
Yakhdan Sadoun al-Amir, “Don't You Think, Mr. President . . . ?” Iraq Today,
November 16–30, 1980, 20–21. 10. Kamal Butti, “One Way Out,”Iraq Today,
October 1–15, 1976, 25. 11. “Morality vs. Realpolitik,” Iraq Today, April 16–30,
A Concise History of Afghanistan in 25 Volumes
... and Balkh delineated the following groups of “Arabs” (who speak a
Personalized Arabic): west of Daulatabad (Khushalabad), near Balkh (Yakhdan),
Aq Chah (Sultan Aregh), and Shibarghan (Hassanabad). Farhadi. estimates the
Hamid Wahed Alikuzai, 2013
Travels in various countries of the east: more particularly ...
... yakhdan (wlaét) generally pronounced yalchdoon, described in p. 248. No. 15.
Two sorts of padlocks and keys, See p. 248. The keys may, perhaps, resemble
those which the Greeks Called BaX¢mi'ypuNo. 16. The Cqjévah (i,\.§) or double ...
At Amritsar railway station, the porter carrying my suit case, a beautiful leather '
Yakhdan' gifted by father, decided to slip away with it; leaving behind my bedroll
and brief case. The next morning, on reporting my arrival at the Regimental ...
Maj Gen Jagjit Singh, 2006
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... WANIGAN XANTHAN YAKHDAN YATAGAN ZYMOSAN ANE ABTHANE
LINDANE TZIGANE ANT ALICANT GARDANT PISSANT AR ALCAZAR. 159 7.
Persian Colloquial Grammar
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trunk (of a tree) ^U. saq » (of an elephant) ' C^kp" tnartnm » (box) Q!>X£U
yakhdan truth tt^iuto- haqiqat to tiy O°^ ^T?^ taJ1'11^* kardan tube *-V lnla
Rosen Fritz, Friedrich Rosen, 2000
Travels in Various Countries of the East, More Particularly ...
The travelling-trunk, or box, yakhdan dj^xi) generally pronounced yalchdoon,
described in p. 248. No. 15. Two sorts of padlocks and keys, See p. 248. The
keys may, perhaps, resemble those which the Greeks called No. 16. The Cajdvah
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «YAKHDAN»
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Genealogists need patience - and a little luck
Expat readers may remember how an old family yakhdan evoked in this writer memories of his pilot officer grandfather and his service in the First World War, ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Feb 11»
Bring out your iconic luggage for inspection
It was a yakhdan: a heavy wood and canvas trunk, about two feet wide and four feet long. To move it with any degree of comfort you really needed a mule. «Telegraph.co.uk, Dec 09»
JTAC awarded Bronze Star with Valor
Back then, he was on patrol in Yakhdan village in Oruzgan Province when his patrol made contact with enemy forces who greatly outnumbered the coalition unit. «AirForceTimes.com, Jan 08»