[ US /ˈbæɡdæd/ ]
  1. capital and largest city of Iraq; located on the Tigris River
    Baghdad is one of the great cities of the Muslim world
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How To Use Baghdad In A Sentence

  • Prior to the 19th century, the region's social structure - outside of a few major cities, including Baghdad - was organized primarily around relatively isolated tribal confederations.
  • A tribal leader urged Baghdad to support the uprising. Times, Sunday Times
  • Likewise, a car bomb in Dura, Baghdad, killed 9 national guardsmen and wounded 20.
  • Süleyman the Magnificent in the sixteenth century extended his reach from the Sudan and the northern shore of Africa to Baghdad and far into Europe, where - twice - Turkish rams would batter at the gates of Vienna.
  • And it was not reported, it can be reported now that in the very beginning they had identified this very small area called the carbolic (ph) gap as their entranceway, basically, into Baghdad and into flanking and enveloping the Medina. CNN Transcript Apr 3, 2003
  • The demonstrations in the province northeast of Baghdad were sparked at the beginning of the week, when local authorities voted to seek semiautonomy status from the central Baghdad government. Disruptions Mount in Iraq
  • Given the success in calming down Baghdad's neighborhoods, it would seem unlikely that the Petraeus doctrine will be rolled back ... on the other hand, Casey reportedly has been among those pressing for a quicker withdrawal from Iraq and McChrystal's mission may be to send as many troops home as he can. Who Replaces Petraeus? - Swampland -
  • The audience at a women's meeting last Thursday in a Baghdad hotel wore all manner of clothes, from Western style to headscarves and long shawls.
  • Men kneel outside a mosque during Friday prayers in Sadr City, a mostly Shi'ite enclave in Baghdad.
  • The president has to be as vitally engaged there as he is in Baghdad.
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