sheikh

[ US /ˈʃik/ ]
[ UK /ʃˈe‍ɪk/ ]
NOUN
  1. the leader of an Arab village or family
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  • Comments azize delam dargozashte pedar bozorget ro behet tasliat migam. omidvaram ke baghaye omr dashte bashi va too tamame marahele zendegit movafagh bashi aslan narahat nabash alan jaye baba bozorg tooye oon donya khoobe. afarin ke ba in sen kamet veblog dari man shahret 2 bar oadam va onja ro doos daram makhsoosan sheikh safi Iranian doxdo (www.doxdo.com)
  • In destinations such as Sharm el-Sheikh, which attract willing but poor hands from across the country looking for work, the effect is magnified. Egypt economy awaits its lost tourists
  • The hostels for Gujjar students established during the tenure of Sheikh Abdullah in the late 1970s are far from adequate to meet the rising demand.
  • Shahzad, a recently naturalized U.S. citizen living in Connecticut, was taken off an airliner bound for the Persian Gulf sheikhdom of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates about 53 hours after the attempted bombing, authorities said. Times Square bomb suspect Shahzad said to implicate himself; probe expands to Pakistan
  • Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is ruler of a bankrupt Emirate. Poor man’s boat | My[confined]Space
  • We have trailblazers like Sheikha Hanadi of Qatar, along with Waed al Taweel, who I met earlier -- a 20-year-old student from the West Bank who wants to build recreation centers for Palestinian youth.
  • Surely such an incongruous question was never put in an Arab town in the heart of Africa by a sheikh dressed in bernouse and turban, with a jewel-hilted yataghan at his side, sitting cross-legged on a cushion. For Fortune and Glory A Story of the Soudan War
  • Sheikh Muhammed is chiefly remembered today for his Yoga-sangrama, a long allegory in songs describing the spiritual struggle as a ‘battle of yoga’.
  • In 2004, following an airliner crash in Sharm-El-Sheikh, the French Navy hired GPS equipment to relocate the black boxes' pingers, Hubert said.
  • Crucially, this advice does not extend to resorts in the Red Sea such as Sharm el-Sheikh and Hurghada, where the vast majority of British holidaymakers are based because they are "a very considerable distance from the affected areas and these resorts remain unaffected". The Guardian World News
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