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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 Beirut 17517801911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Beirut BEIRUT or Beyrout. (1) A vilayet of Syria, constituted
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  • Leary1914 SYRIA THE LAND OF LEBANON Evening in the harbor of Beirut Copyright, 1913, by McBride, Nast & Co. Second Printing January,
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  • Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 Beirut by Siméon Vailhé 95841Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 BeirutSiméon Vailhé In Phoenicia, a titular
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  • Gaston Leary CHAPTER III THE CITY OF SATURN "AND behold, I am now in Beirut." Thus wrote Prince Rib-addi to his royal master, Pharaoh Amenhotep, thirty-three
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  • for the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia. Balanaea Barbalissos Basilinopolis Beirut Bostra Bothrys Brusa Byblos Caesarea Caesarea Palaestinae Caesarea Philippi
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  • Syria -- where he was for three years instructor in the American College in Beirut. He presented the first English play ever given in the Turkish empire, Roumania
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  • the province of Sham or Damascus, exclusive of the vilayets of Aleppo and Beirut and the sanjaks of Lebanon and Jerusalem, which all fall in what is called
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  • Arabic Poets (London, 1870); they have also been published separately at Beirūt (1888). As regards their genuineness, cf. W. Ahlwardt’s Bemerkungen über
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  • Begnudelli-Basso Beguines and Beghards Albert von Behaim Martin Behaim Beirut Diocese of Beja John Belasyse Ven. Thomas Belchiam Archdiocese of Belem
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  • international Airport of Beirut, Observing that the military action by the armed forces of Israel against the civil International Airport of Beirut was premeditated
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  • arranged in classes. It has been published at Paris (1861), Cairo (1867), and Beirūt (1885, incomplete). For his other works see C. Brockelmann's Geschichte
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  • title of Gibail is united to that of Beirut; since 1902 the schismatic Melchite Diocese of Gibail is distinct from Beirut, and has jurisdiction over the mountainous
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  • Phœnicia. The most important towns of modern Syria are Alexandretta, Antakia, Beirut, Aleppo, Latakyah, Hamah, Homs, Tripoli, Damascus, Sayda, Akka and Jaffa
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  • Under the title of Saqt uz-Zand they have been published in Bulaq (1869), Beirūt (1884) and Cairo (1886). The poems of the second collection, known as the
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  • in all their components; 2. Condemns the recent Israeli incursions into Beirut in violation of the cease-fire agreements and of Security Council resolutions;
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  • time. The Poetry of al-Akhtal has been published at the Jesuit press in Beirūt, 1891. A full account of the poet and his times is given in H. Lammens’
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  • His collected poems (Diwān) have been published in Cairo (1860) and in Beirūt (1884). The wine-songs were edited by W. Ahlwardt under the title Diwān
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  • prisoners. A wave of jubilation spread over the Arab world. In Damascus, Beirut, Aleppo, Jerusalem and other towns the new measures were hailed with fireworks
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  • various sources in L. Cheikho's Les Poètes arabes chrétiens (Jesuit press, Beirut, 1890), pp. 357-399. His eulogy of Mahomet has been edited by H. Thorbecke
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  • nineteenth century these Capuchins had founded parishes in Antioch and Beirut and maintained houses in Aleppo and three Lebanese villages. Another Catholic
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