Words nearby Omar Khayyám
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BEIRUT—It is December, but Sabrine Omar is still wearing her summer clothes.
It was here, at BrewDog, that Pragnell met Omar Lombardo, who is now Casa Bruja's head brewer.House of the Witch: The Renegade Craft Brewers of Panama|Jeff Campagna|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But he took all these skills to Syria, to fight alongside Tarkhan, now known as Abu Omar al-Shishani.
They are inspired by local legend and ISIS commander Abu Omar al-Shishani, who made the same journey only a few years before.
To some extent, it seems, “the law enforcement vector” contributed to the radicalization of Abu Omar.ISIS Is Putin’s Problem, Too, and This Chechen Is One Reason Why.|Anna Nemtsova|September 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Several tiers of marble stairs led down to the Mosque of Omar, whose floor was about three feet below the level of the street.
Of the Crusaders who entered the Mosque of Omar for pillage, some waded in blood to their waists.
He told Decatur what a great man his master, "Omar the Terrible," was, and asked for a three hours truce.Stories of Our Naval Heroes|Various
About two o'clock Omar Pasha's travelling carriages, escorted by Turkish cavalry, appeared in sight of our camp.
Omar Pasha declared that his plans were known to the Russians in twenty-four hours after he mentioned them.
British Dictionary definitions for Omar Khayyám
Cultural definitions for Omar Khayyám
A twelfth-century Persian poet; author of the “Rubáiyát.”