King Hussein

NOUN
  1. king of Jordan credited with creating stability at home and seeking peace with Israel (1935-1999)
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How To Use King Hussein In A Sentence

  • The most successful modern reconciler of faith and the imperatives of modern life, King Hussein of Jordan, lamentably died not long ago.
  • How long it can endure without King Hussein's steadying presence, no one can say.
  • On the twentieth, King Hussein and Queen Noor joined us.
  • I remember saying at other blogs prior to the election that king hussein and his angry followers would be 'lording' over America. Down under on the right side
  • Two conversations with our longtime ally King Hussein bracketed the meeting with Ismail.
  • As someone enraptured with history, and visiting around the time of the eightieth anniversary of the end of the First World War, I went to offer my respects at the tomb of Hussein ibn Ali — the Grand Sharif of Mecca, the father of Emir Abdullah, and the great-grandfather of King Hussein. Israel Now
  • The school was recommended to King Hussein by an old friend, the former headmaster of Harrow.
  • King Hussein took the throne in 1952 following the abdication of his ailing father.
  • Two conversations with our longtime ally King Hussein bracketed the meeting with Ismail.
  • Known as the King Hussein Bridge to Jordanians, the Allenby was the biggest of three bridges over the Jordan River connecting the country of Jordan to the Palestinian territories of the Israeli-controlled West Bank. THE PROMISED WAR
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