10 LIBROS DEL RUMANO RELACIONADOS CON «BĂDÍC»
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The Man of Wiles in Popular Arabic Literature: A Study of ... - Pagina 64
cUmar went to reconnoitre Badic/Bihzad's army and, finding no guards, he said to himself : 'these people don't know about treachery'. He was then seized by Badic and was astonished that a great king should be keeping watch himself. Badic ...
Malcolm Cameron Lyons, 2012
Etymologicum Magnum Romaniae: Dictionarul limbii istorice ...
267) Cîntecul Fa leliţă: „Drag îmi e bădica nalt, Că sărută dezmierdat: El se pleacă de eşti mică Şi în braţe-i te ridică; Dar bădica mititel Mi-e urît şi fug de el..." (Ibid., 366) Variantă din Ardeal: „Dragu-mi-i bădiţa nalt, Că sărută dezmierdat: El se ...
Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu, Grigore Brâncuș, 1976
Encyclopaedia of the History of Science, Technology, and ...
Badic. Although much of his work was taken from others' writings, there is no doubt that al-Karaji was quite an able and influential mathematician. However, the quality of his writings is uneven, as he seems to have worked hastily sometimes.
Safavid Persia: the history and politics of an Islamic society - Pagina 251
may be the one whose interior Jean Chardin describes.129 Chardin, a near-contemporary of Muhammad Badic (his visits to Isfahan span the period 1665-77), called Takhtgah ("Tahtegah") "among the famous spots of the city."130 Echoing ...
Charles Peter Melville, University of Cambridge. Centre of Middle Eastern Studies, 1996
Amsterdam Middle Eastern Studies - Pagina 171
The study of the work of Moses ibn Ezra has shown that his poems and those of his comtemporaries were firmly anchored in the literarary traditions of the Arabic world, especially with their preference for the badic style and their conscious ...
Intellectual studies on Islam: essays written in honor of ... - Pagina 61
Muhammad Badic's birth in 1060 which would conform to the age he gives himself in 1100. Muhammad Badic's three years in Iran (provisionally 1090-1093) left a very great impression on him and were, as he says, "the reason for this book.
Martin Bernard Dickson, Michel M. Mazzaoui, Vera Basch Moreen, 1990
Arabic Rhetoric: A Pragmatic Analysis - Pagina 73
Thus, two distinct rhetorical functions are given to the same feature. Another disagreement among Arab rhetoricians is that concerning the discipline of al-badic. While Ibn al-Muctazz recognizes cilm al-badlc as a rhetorical discipline in its own ...
Uniform Distribution and Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods: ...
Before we doso,we introduce some metrics on N which will be useful for the subsequent discussion. Remark 5.1. Thereis alsoa natural way of studyingpoint sets and their discrepancy in algebraic terms. Using the badic expansion of x ∈ [0, 1), ...
Peter Kritzer, Harald Niederreiter, Friedrich Pillichshammer, 2014
The SAGE Handbook of Islamic Studies - Pagina 172
As poets became more innovative with older literary forms, various stylistic devices began to emerge in this period which acquired the name badic (lit. 'innovation'), referring to new literary 'conceits' or what has been termed by some ...
Akbar S Ahmed, Tamara Sonn, 2010
The Rise of Islam and the Bengal Frontier, 1204-1760 - Pagina 270
According to this poem, conflict between the two was resolved, not by one defeating or displacing the other, but by the elevation of Badic Ghazi Khan to the status of a revered saint, and by the peaceful coexistence of the two figures, who would ...
Richard Maxwell Eaton, 1993