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sultana

a wife, concubine, or female relative of a sultan
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Throughout the three-bedroom, three-bath home, Sultana worked magic with lighting, not just to focus attention on art but to warm the sophisticated white and browned gray palette.
Berry wanted to see his family again, so he ate moderately before being placed on the steamboat Sultana for the long trip home.
In 1965 Bedar married Sultana and to make ends meet, he found work in a leather factory.
In that case, head for Baghdad Street across the way, home to two delicious ice cream shops, Sultana and Mandarine Koueider.
Sultana, your bed is creased but your pillow smolders.
Are the sultanas evenly distributed throughout the sultana cake?
The present article, based on the synthesis of the three reviews (Watts & Sultana, 2004), addresses five key policy issues: rationale, evidence, delivery, resources, and leadership.
The Sultana Scone is baby brother to the Large Fruited Scone, which was itself an immediate success with its convenient, thaw-and-serve format combined with the renowned Eurobuns quality.
From the Sultana's mast flew a green banner into which the name of Allah had been stitched in gold nearly 30,000 times.
With this in mind, this paper, after some attention to the sultana's biography and career, will consider her depiction by these academic camps.
Some years later Sultana, a petite, flamboyant, Sunni Muslim divorcee with three children breezed into our lives.
The side-wheel steamer Sultana, overloaded with recently released Union prisoners of war, exploded and sank.