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al-. For some Arabic names beginning thus, see the second part of the name; e.g., for Anwar al-Sadat, see Sadat, Anwar al-Sadat, Anwar al-
, 1918–81, Egyptian political leader and president (1970–81). He entered (1936) Abbasia Military Academy, where he became friendly with Gamal Abdal Nasser and other fellow cadets committed to Egyptian nationalism.
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The author has thus brought the fundamental problem of the unity of geometry to this logico-philosophical discipline of the analysis and the synthesis, inaugurating in this way an entire tradition that can be traced throughout the tenth century all the way to the algebraist al-
Samawbal in the twelfth century.
Shubbar, Hasan, al-
'Amal al-Hizbi ft al-'Iraq: Tarikh al-
'Iraq al-Siyasi al-Mu'asir vol.
In a cabaret in Rabbat we saw the bottles empty and the bottles were twenty, and empty in the evening and empty are the women eyes and empty are all those bottles ("Hiwar ma'a al-
Akhdhar bin Yusuf"), (A Dialogue with al-
Akhdar Bin Yusuf), (Al-
'Amal al-Kamila, 101)(8)