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Synonyms for David

patron saint of Wales (circa 520-600)

French neoclassical painter who actively supported the French Revolution (1748-1825)

(Old Testament) the 2nd king of the Israelites

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Famous religious scholars like Da'ud al-Kaysari, Taj al-Din al-Kurdi and 'Ala' al-DinAswad used to teach here (Irzik and Gzeldere, 2005).
Bradley's Forging Islamic Power and Place is a pioneering study of the Islamic renaissance of Patani in the nineteenth century, and the life and works of the Patani refugee, Shaykh Da'ud (1769-1847), who was the nexus of a network of Islamic learning that connected the Malay archipelago and Mecca.
For many reasons, the other six presidential candidates who qualified to run - Gudbuddin Hilal, Rahim Wardak, Gul Agha Sherzai, Nader Na'im, Hedayat Amin Arsala, and Da'ud Sultanzoi - do not have a chance of getting a significant number of votes.
por primera vez en el Kitab az-Zahra de Ibn Da'ud donde se cita:
Similarly, any attempt to bid up the prices by creating artificial demand is considered unethical and thus illegitimate (Abu Da'ud, H.
Da'ud Heido, who retired in 2002 after having served in this post since late 1986.
Da'ud ibn Umar Al Antaki was born blind in Antioch.
11) In addition to Bukhari's Hadith collection, Sunni Muslims consider collections by ibn al-Hajjaj, Ibn Maja, Abu Da'ud, al-Tirmidhi and al-Nasa'i to be authoritative.
Ahmed Ali Issa faces death by firing squad while Ahmed Elmi Samater, Ibahim Jama Afkan and Da'ud Sahal Idleh have been sentenced to life imprisonment.
Ahmed Ali Issa now faces death by firing squad while Ahmed Elmi Samater, Ibahim Jama Afkan and Da'ud Sahal Idleh have been sentenced to life imprisonment.
Sumhun ben Da'ud complained to his correspondent, Joseph ben 'Awkel of Fustat (old Cairo), that "my reputation is being ruined.
Algunas de estas obras, como la Durrat at-Taj de Qutb al-Din al-Shirazi, estan orientadas principalmente a la filosofia; otras, como la Thadhkirah de Da'ud al-Antaki, se relacionan con las ciencias.