Cabul


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Cabul

(kā`bəl), in the Bible, town, NW ancient Palestine, the modern Kabul, Israel.
References in classic literature ?
(despatches), Sherpur, and Cabul. Author of HEAVY GAME OF THE WESTERN HIMALAYAS (1881); THREE MONTHS IN THE JUNGLE (1884).
21 Cabul Road in Battersea, SW London, was a Victorian warehouse that Masters converted during the early 1980s into a studio and within which he built the UK's only small water tank for underwater film and TV shoots.
21 Cabul Road in Battersea, SW London, was a Victorian warehouse Former studio is being converted into apartments that Masters converted during the early 1980s into a studio and within which he built the UK's only small water tank for underwater film and TV shoots.
21 Cabul Road in Battersea, SW London, was a Victorian warehouse converted into apartments that Masters converted during the early 1980s into a studio and within which he built the UK's only small water tank for underwater film and TV shoots.
He elaborates its vital role in inland navigation and the benefits it brought for the economy of adjoining regions such as Cabul (Kabul), Penjab (Punjab), Multan, Buckor (Bhakkar) etc.25 Hamilton gives very interesting and unique accounts about the flora and fauna of Sindh such as the various species of fresh-water fishes, cattle, birds, horses, deer, antelopes, hares and foxes.
Oficialmente estive em a Argel, Tunis, Cairo, Jeda, Riad, Ama, Damasco, Beirute, Kuwait, Manama, Bagda, Teera e Cabul. Eram todas missoes oficiais que de curta duracao, a excecao de Bagda, Teera e Cabul, que na epoca era embaixada cumulativa com Teera.
Assim, em "A coisa imaginada" (2) ha coexistencia de imagens perpetuadas na obra de arte II Quarto Stato (1901), de Pelizza da Volpeto (figura 2), entrelacadas com aquelas recolhidas das primeiras paginas de jornais de protestos em Cabul e Paquistao: "Nesse movimento, onde o antigo e o contemporaneo coexistem, a poetica reve a historia atraves de registros perpetuados pela arte ou pelo descartavel e simples jornal cotidiano" (MARCONI,2014).
A ruffled Duke of Cambridge wrote to one commander, "I for my part should gladly see us well out of Cabul and yet how to accomplish this shift of policy without losing prestige amongst the Native populations not only of Afghanistan, but throughout India?"
Inside, the news included details of the latest 'treachery'' and executions in Cabul (Kabul), a Liberal demonstration in Manchester, and disturbances in the Transvaal.