Iran: see GilanGilan
or Ghilan
, province (1991 pop. 2,204,047), 14,709 sq mi (38,106 sq km), NW Iran, bounded in the N by the Caspian Sea and in the SE by the Elburz Mts. Rasht is the capital and chief city; other cities include Zanjan and Bandar-e Anzali.
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Saleh Ghilan of the Municipality at Dar Salm reminds aspiring businessmen that obtaining a license is very easy, and the fee is nominal.
Saleh Ghilan who is the manager of the license department in the Municipality at Dar Salm said, "The fee we take is for hygiene, development, and advertisement", "We always go by force to get people who open new businesses to have their license".
Abdulla Al Ghilan then added a second in the 61st, as their team appeared to be marching on to another win.
Walter Schwarz, The Arabs in Israel (1959): 67; Maxim Ghilan, How Israel Lost Its Soul (1974): 197-198.
Schilder (1926 : 325) hat in Form von Ghilan Bas 'Schlangenkopf' ein transkaukasisches Wort er wahnt.
Ghilan was reported missing four days ago, shortly after she had left Al-Tagheer (Change) Square.
Mohamed Ghilan, an Islamic law scholar dissected Wood's argument with integrity based on real, authentic knowledge of both Islam and the Middle East region.
Ghilan Abdul Ghani al-Dubaei, Head of the Second Central Division at Audit Sector of Administrative Units;
26-end of Ramadan: Sheikh Dr Mohammad Abdallah Ghilan, imam of Al Nakheel Mosque and reciter in the Prophet's Mosque.
Mohamed Ghilan is a neuroscience PhD candidate at the University of Victoria, Canada, and a student of Islamic jurisprudence.
Q: Over the years, you've known and worked with many Israelis, and we have mutual friends like [the late] Maxim Ghilan.
Awal Theatre Festival: Staging of play The Two Immigrants by Srafoo Meromrogy, performed by the Awal Theatre, translated by Ali Al Sherawi and directed by Jamal Al Ghilan, 8pm, Cultural Hall, near Bahrain National Museum, Manama.