They were on their way to work in a mine in the vilayet of aidin.
No, no—I'll give you no wine—it would be only aidin' you in extravagance, an' I wouldn't have the sin of it to answer for.
It is connected with Smyrna by a branch of the aidin railway, and has a trade in cotton, figs, raisins and tobacco.
He had time to look through the towns in which the Khan of aidin had been made to turn somersaults.
I hain't got no gay int'rest in aidin' ner abettin' ye, but yit I don't hold with no such bull-dozin' methods.
The Chepmi and Takhtaji, who live chiefly in the aidin vilayet, appear to be derived from one of the early races.
Thus, in the new preserved meat factory at aidin, the whole of the produce is sent to Germany.
Mrs. aidin, an English teacher, is at their head, and exercises that strong influence which love and firmness give.