- Muslih ud-Din, 1184?–1291?, Persian poet.
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Examples from the Web for saadi
Saadi was imprisoned at age 16, just before the Oslo Accords were signed, for the crime of carrying a Palestinian flag.In Palestinian Theater's New York Performance, the Play After the Play is the Thing
September 28, 2013
Saadi Gaddafi´s plan to seek refuge in Mexico is a direct consequence of the U.S. backed “war on drugs.”Mexico, a Country in Crisis, Needs a Fix the Size of the Marshall Plan
John M. Ackerman
December 9, 2011
The records also show that Saadi confessed to plans to attack foreign companies in Libya.
Saadi traveled to Iraq in 2004 and was arrested when he came back to Libya the following year.
In exclusive interviews on This Week, Christiane Amanpour spoke to Muammar Gaddafi's sons Saif and Saadi.February 27: 7 Best Moments From Sunday Talk
The Daily Beast Video
February 27, 2011
He did not know why Emerson in antique setting was not as good as Saadi.Backlog Studies
Charles Dudley Warner
Then it was a blessed life, a holy calling, as Saadi had said.
Somehow, he was not sure how, the hours with Saadi had something to do with it.
So Saadi had advised him after he avenged himself on Kassar.
The liquid Saadi was brewing now smelled nothing like kaviyeh.
- a variant spelling of Sadi
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