In January 1884, it was assaulted, and the mudir suffered serious loss.
I looked at the mudir, and the mudir looked at the camel-driver.
The mudir rode with us up a steep mountain, rising on the very outskirts of the town.
"A hundred for the five years of high Nile," interposed the mudir.
The most important of these is the seat of a mudir, to whom I proceeded at once on my arrival.
A mudir required them both, so at all events they had the consolation of each other's society.
He also added that they could not be enemies of the Faithful, or a Christian mudir would not have turned against them.
Near the top we were met by a local Zaptieh, who guided us to the house of the mudir.
The present "Wekil," according to Wolseley, should be appointed mudir.
In every station, with the exception of Labor, their unanimous answer was We will follow our mudir wherever he goes.