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khalifa

[ kuh-lee-fuh ]

noun

  1. a variant of caliph.


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Wiz Khalifa and Young Jeezy were on the cover; April's issue had Schoolboy Q and Ice Cube.

One of the strongest of the anti-Islamists is a renegade general, Khalifa Haftar, who is fighting in the east.

She even lauded the “amazing hospitality” of Sheikh Khalifa and the “Kingdom of Bahrain” on Twitter (before deleting the tweets).

Performing on this track with label-mate Wiz Khalifa, New York singer and songwriter Vali released “Dimes” this week.

The new emir, Sheik Tamim bin Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, grew up with access to every luxury that limitless wealth can buy.

The figure at the side of each name indicates the number in succession of the Khalifa mentioned.

On that letter I had built a vision of rewards and honours from the Khalifa, and behold what has befallen me!

This is from the least among God's servants to his Master and chief Khalifa, etc.

In a word, the Mussalman's free choice of a Khalifa such as Islamic tradition defines is made an unreality.

Muslim soldiers did fight to inflict punishment on their own Khalifa or to deprive him of his territories.

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