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Asadabad, Afghanistan

. 103–129 (108) Other names adopted by al-Afghani were ''al-Kābulī'' (" the one from Kabul") and ''al-Istānbulī'' (" the one from Istanbul"). Especially in his writings published in Afghanistan, he also used the pseudonym ''ar-Rūmī'' ("the Roman" or "the Anatolian"). '''Kunar''' ( ) is one of the 34 provinces of Afghanistan, located in the northeastern part of the country


Qazvin

''al-Kābulī'' (" the one from Kabul") and ''al-Istānbulī'' (" the one from Istanbul"). Especially in his writings published in Afghanistan, he also used the pseudonym ''ar-Rūmī'' ("the Roman" or "the Anatolian"). '''''Mir Emad''''' (born '''Emad al-Molk Qazvini Hasani''' (Persian: '''میرعماد حسنی قزوینی''') in 1554 in Qazvin - d. August 15 , 1615) is perhaps the most celebrated Iran Persian


Saudi Arabia

of Aqaba, and which has great significance in Islam for other reasons; Beke died during the following year, but his writings (published posthumously) retracted this identification four years later in favour of Jebel Baggir, with Horeb being argued to be a different mountain - the nearby Jebel Ertowa. Charles Beke (deceased), ''Sinai in Arabia and of Median'' (1878) Beke's suggestions have not found as much scholarly support


Afghanistan

;) and ''al-Istānbulī'' (" the one from Istanbul"). Especially in his writings published in Afghanistan, he also used the pseudonym ''ar-Rūmī'' ("the Roman" or "the Anatolian"). Military service On March 21, 2007 the United States Navy Reserve announced the selection of Bush for training as an intelligence officer. Once commissioned as an Ensign (Ensign (rank)) for eight years of reserve service, he


Iraq

-Kābulī'' (" the one from Kabul") and ''al-Istānbulī'' (" the one from Istanbul"). Especially in his writings published in Afghanistan, he also used the pseudonym ''ar-Rūmī'' ("the Roman" or "the Anatolian"). The brigade trained at Camp Shelby (Camp Shelby, Mississippi), Mississippi from 19 September 2008 until November 2008 when it moved to the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) in Fort Polk


Italy

, 1723), was an Italian (Italy) anatomist born in Imola. His research focused on the anatomy of the ears. He coined the term Eustachian tube and he described the aortic sinuses of Valsalva in his writings, published posthumously in 1740. His name is associated with the Valsalva antrum of the ear and the Valsalva maneuver, which is used as a test of circulatory function. Anatomical structures bearing his name are ''Valsalva’s muscle'' and ''taeniae Valsalvae''.


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