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This article was reported and written by Sami Yousafzai with additional material and editing by Christopher Dickey.ISIS Targets Afghanistan Just as the U.S. Quits
Sami Yousafzai, Christopher Dickey
December 19, 2014
SAMI consists of 13 bundles of fiber-optic cables, each containing 60 or more fibers in what the researchers call “hexabundles.”
With that task accomplished, the SAMI team can get to work on the task of galactic demographics in earnest.
“It has been a great pleasure and honor for me to work with Ron for such a long time,” Sami wrote this afternoon from Pakistan.Remembering Ron Moreau: Goodbye To A War Reporting Legend
May 15, 2014
Ron Moreau and Sami Yousafzai report on the alleged corruption.Afghanistan’s Million Dollar Minister
Ron Moreau, Sami Yousafzai
September 8, 2013
Now Trudi and Sami came into the room, and bowed to him as they passed through.
He asked Sami who lived there now,—if his cousin were there, and alone.
Gradually young Sami grew up and was able to help the cousin in the fields.
Sami was to work for good pay in Malon's beautiful vineyard.
Sami had listened in silence, but like one who does not understand what he hears.
- plural -mi or -mis a member of the indigenous people of Lapland
- the language of this people, belonging to the Finno-Ugric family
- of or relating to this people or their language
The indigenous people of Lapland prefer to be called Sami, although Lapp is still in widespread use
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Word Origin and History for sami
native name for "Lapp," 1797, from the Lapp self-designation; of uncertain origin.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper