Cabul


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Cabul

(kā`bəl), in the Bible, town, NW ancient Palestine, the modern Kabul, Israel.
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Around 100 mature plants were also found at a house on Cabul Close on Tuesday morning.
Inside, the news included details of the latest 'treachery'' and executions in Cabul (Kabul), a Liberal demonstration in Manchester, and disturbances in the Transvaal.
11-15; Abdul Kadir Khan, "Memorandum of the Route between Delhi and Cabul (1797)", Asiatic Annual Register, 1806, reprinted in The Panjab Past and Present, vol.
LEWIS, Bernard A crise do isla: 2004 Zahar Guerra santa e terror profano LEWIS, Bernard Os assassinos: Zahar Os primordios do terrorismo no Ira LOGAN, Harriet Mulheres de Cabul 2006 Geracao Editorial MANJI, Irshad Minha briga 2004 W11 com o isla Editores MAKHMALBAF, O Afeganistao 2001 Publifolha Mohsen MEDDEB, A doenca do isla 2003 UFMG Abdelwahab OREN, Seis dias de guerra 2004 Bertrand Michael B.
The Spink spokesman said: "On July 23, 1839, the main attack on the fortress was to be led by Colonel Dennie against the Cabul Gate.
Around 100 mature plants were also found at a house in Cabul Close on Tuesday morning.
Over three hundred years, this gem had "pass[ed] in the train of conquest and as the emblem of dominion from Golconda to Delhi, from Delhi to Mushed, from Mushed to Cabul, and from Cabul to Lahore.
Mandy Miller, 31, of Cabul Close, pleaded guilty to three charges of benefit fraud at War-rington crown court.