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How to use Hussein in a sentence
Viewers often leave jokey comments like “forbidden soft serve” and “I can’t even get toothpaste to come out that smooth” on Hussein’s posts, the most popular of which have been watched nearly 20 million times.How the Company Behind TikTok's Viral 3D-Printed Houses Wants to Help Solve the Affordable Housing Crisis|Megan McCluskey|April 4, 2022|Time
That is the hope in Somalia, where Hussein wrapped up his fieldwork a few weeks ago.Why do some people succeed when others fail? Outliers provide clues|Sujata Gupta|January 6, 2022|Science News
In June 2019, Hussein and his wife Sahera Begum were arrested and sent to the detention center in Goalpara after being declared foreigners.
The hardest part about the time in jail was that Hussein was separated from his wife and children, who were held in the women’s section of the prison.
When she married, she took the name Noor al-Hussein, which translates to the “light of Hussein.”
Who cares of Barack Hussein Obama is president and gays are getting married?
Cheney is relying on some thin evidence to tie Hussein to al-Qaida.
The name—like Hitler or Hussein, Dahmer or Bundy—is synonymous with evil.
Cell phone contracts were among the first business deals struck in Iraq after Saddam Hussein was driven from power.
These days, ISIS is wired; al Qaeda is tired; and Saddam Hussein and Qaddafi expired.Why We Shouldn't Be Scared of ISIS: Threat Inflation and Our Next Dumb War|Nick Gillespie|September 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Hussein was also a usurer and the principal creditor of some Jewish merchants who had a claim against France.
As France had been the principal sufferer from Hussein's pirates, it was not likely that the king would notice this demand.
The claim was in litigation, and Hussein, becoming impatient, demanded payment from the French king.
Hussein Effendi would probably supply the last missing segments.The Clue of the Twisted Candle|Edgar Wallace
One obvious tactical objective was to eliminate Saddam Hussein's command and control.Shock and Awe|Harlan K. Ullman