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  • (architecture) Ordinance (legislation) Ordinary Ordinate Ordnance Ordovician System Ordu Orduin-Nashchokin, Athanasy Lavrentevich Örebro Ore-dressing Oregon Oregon
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  • first Western to give us the modern name). Upon the last-named stood the Ordu or camp of Batu, the famous conqueror of eastern Europe, and the supreme
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  • See also Ordu-Baliq and Karakorum on Wikipedia; and our 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer.
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  • pursuit was inevitable. In the late afternoon they came in sight of the ordu beside the willow-lined stream. Horses tended by youngsters grazed near the
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  • not the camp of the men he followed. The fires were too many. It was an ordu of the nomadic Kirghiz who roam the country between Mount Erlik Khan and
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  • Ir. órlach, ordlach, M. Ir. ordlach, tri hordlaighe, three inches; from ordu, thumb, now G. òrd-ag, q.v. oirthir, the east, so Ir., O. Ir. airther; comparative
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  • the great ordu on the banks of the Kerulen, the escort killed every one they met. The body of Jenghiz was then carried successively to the ordus of his several
    307 bytes (2,650 words) - 18:54, 20 December 2014
  • seventh ordu and the commands of Tripoli and the Hejaz have only garrison troops, and are fed by drafts from the first six ordus. Each ordu territory
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  • Kutahya, Malatya, Manisa, Mardin, Mersin, Mugla, Mus, Nevsehir, Nigde, Ordu, Osmaniye, Rize, Sakarya, Samsun, Sanliurfa, Siirt, Sinop, Sirnak, Sivas
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  • the Gulf of Alexandretta and the southernmost bight of the Black Sea (at Ordu), it is not quite 300 m. The greater portion of Asia Minor consists of a
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  • ‘sledge-hammer’, M.Ir. ord, but nom. plur. o̤rd′, ïrd′; ɔ:rdαg, ‘thumb’, Wi. ordu; skɔ:rNαχ, ‘throat’, Di. scórnach, Macbain sgòrnan; tɔ:ruw, ‘funeral’, Di
    525 bytes (26,859 words) - 22:09, 4 August 2012
  • 1294. Rashiduddin in another place mentions the fair lady from Cathay; "The ordu (or establishment) of Tukiti Khatun was given to KUKACHI KHATUN, who had
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  • 'pailing.'" It was founded in 1235 by Okkodai, who called it Ordu Balik, or "the City of the Ordu," otherwise "The Royal City." Mohammedan authors say it took
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  • live together as a horde.—Golden horde (see Golden). [Fr.,—Turk. ordū, camp—Pers. ōrdū, court, camp, horde of Tatars.] Hordeum, hor′dē-um, n. a genus of
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  • 172 ongad 302 opond 55, 129, 370, 383 ord 396 ordd 396 ordlach 210 ordu 31 orlar 57 os chind 130 osnad 23, 132, 239 pardus 21, 45, 279 pater
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