Origin of liman
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How to use liman in a sentence
The current cycle of strong women on TV, Liman says, may have a certain Secretary of State to thank.
Liman, meanwhile, sees it as a rejection of the precedent of the way women have often been portrayed in media.
Birdie has fairly taken the fighting edge off Liman von Sanders' two new Divisions: he has knocked them to bits.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
We laughed at the Turks, and we smiled at what Liman von Sanders said—that he would drive us into the sea.
We knew Abdul could never, never, never break through our lines, and drive us—as Liman von Sanders had boasted—into the sea.
The address illustrates what Doctor Liman calls the romanticism of the Emperor.
Morocco was looked upon by some, Doctor Liman, for instance, as a second defeat.