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Synonyms for Persian

a native or inhabitant of Iran

the language of Persia (Iran) in any of its ancient forms

of or relating to Iran or its people or language or culture


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Doll-faced Persian cats, with the more traditional cat-head shape, were less likely to have these problems.
Seven Persian cats 1-3 years old, three female and four male having history and clinical signs of excessive scratching of ear, coffee colour waxy exudates, localized hair loss around ear and pruritus.
Last week, 12 dogs, two Persian cats and caged birds were found locked in the bathrooms and kitchen of a villa.
Rehman said that among pet animals, Persian cats are in high demand at the market.
SPRINGFIELD - A longtime breeder of Persian cats is now banned from owning any domestic animals for the next 15 years - the main provision of a plea bargain that led her to be convicted of trying to kill two felines by tossing them into the Willamette River in late November.
Caroline Golon's two Persian cats "are not big fans of car travel" N the only way that they can travel since their breed is banned by many airlines N so they don't go on trips.
There is a rescue for every breed of dog and cat, including Persian cats and these are animals that have been discarded by their owners for various reasons.
But she told a court the 2004 legacy was left in trust to her mother's 14 pedigree Persian cats and several kittens after her mother made her promise that they would continue to get "the best of everything".
The film is a follow-up to Ghobadi's 2009 hit number No One Knows about Persian Cats.
A CAT lover who discovered eight Persian cats dumped in a field is taking action to raise money for the charity which has helped them.
AWARD-winning film No One Knows About Persian Cats will be screened at 8pm tonight at the Bahrain Cinema Club, Juffair.
Although the film holds many similarities to Bahman Ghobadi's "Nobody Knows About Persian Cats," which focused on the underground indie rock scene of Iran, "Dogsweat" (Aragh Sagi) goes beyond music to depict the battles Iranian young people face in actualizing their sexuality as well as their social and professional lives.
THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED Kurdish film maker Bahman Ghobadi talked to Chris Kutschera about life after the award winning movie No One Knows About Persian Cats.
Controversy arose with the release of Ghobadi's "Nobody Knows about the Persian Cats," a semi-documentary about Tehran's underground music scene, which debuted in Cannes and won the Un Certain Regard - Special Jury Prize.
no one knows about persian cats (12a) Cast: Negar Shaghaghi, Ashkan Koshanejad, Hamed Behdad Plot: Negar (Shaghaghi) and Ashkan (Koshanejad) are forbidden from playing their music in Iran, but that doesn't stop them.