- abbreviated form of Bab ed-Din.
- Babylon; Babylonia.
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Contemporary Examples of bab
Still, amid the uncertainty the residents of Bab al-Salameh do their best to carve a semblance of order into their lives.
Compounding this is the fact that Bab al-Salameh, while significantly safer than most other areas, is still in a war zone.
Nowhere are these disparate conditions more evident than in Bab al-Salameh.
Now, he is partly responsible for overseeing a staff of 29 teachers in Bab al-Salameh.
A few days before his abduction, fighters with the newly-formed Islamic Front seized FSA weapons storehouses at Bab al-Hawa.Al Qaeda-Linked Jihadists Are Hunting and Killing Moderate Syrian Rebels
December 18, 2013
Historical Examples of bab
By this time the procession had come to the town walls at a point near to the Bab Toot.The Scapegoat
Well, that kind of broke up Bab's charm, so he set out to be a preacher.Slave Narratives, Oklahoma
Bunene,in Nabubaliddin's pantheon, 162;in proper names of the 2d Bab.The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria
Charles often wished his dear sister Bab might closely resemble her.
Bab, the "youngest girl," was only eleven and the pet of five brothers.Little Lucy's Wonderful Globe
Charlotte M. Yonge
- the . title of Mirza Ali Mohammed 1819–50, Persian religious leader: founded Babism; executed as a heretic of Islam