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Lajjun

Quataertp107 Quataert, 2005, p. 107. In the late 19th century, some members of the Jarrar family, who formed part of the ''mallakin'' (elite land-owning families) in Jenin, cooperated with merchants in Haifa to set up an export enterprise there. Tawfiq Jarrar was accorded the unique title, "son of the great" (''salil al-akabir'') in Haifa


Jenin

-owning families) in Jenin, cooperated with merchants in Haifa to set up an export enterprise there. Tawfiq Jarrar was accorded the unique title, "son of the great" (''salil al-akabir'') in Haifa, in recognition of his family's status and his entrepreneurial efforts. Yazbak, 1998, p. 150. During the Ottoman era


India

of 86,000 square miles (223,000 km²), it was roughly the size of present-day United Kingdom. Its ruler was the highest-ranking prince in India, was one of only five princes (salute state) entitled to a 21-gun salute, held the unique title of "Nizam", and was created "His Exalted Highness" and "Faithful Ally of the British Crown" after World War One due to his financial contribution to the British Empire's war effort. (For example, No. 110 Squadron RAFs


Japan

the work of a Japanese poet named Matsuo Bashō, however, the unique title comes from a haiku that James Bond writes for his friend Tiger Tanaka. In the novel it is mentioned that it isn't a haiku at all, that in actuality it is a failed attempt by Bond after being taught the basics for creating one. In the epigraph (and explained in the novel), the haiku is listed as being "after Basho", meaning written in the poet's style: ''"You only live twice:'' ''Once when you're


Australia

Institute for Aviation Engineering accessdate 2010-01-20 Salt Lake Community College uses a Starship in their Aviation Maintenance program.


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