noun, plural Oth·mans.
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The ministry recorded 412 cases in 2011 and 318 last year, Othman says, along with 134 so far in 2013.
“The capability of the Iraqi security forces is under question,” says Othman.
“Our readers are never shy in expressing their opinions,” said Othman al-Omeir, editor-in-chief and founder of elaph.com.
The romantic history of the kingdom built up by Othman was worthily continued by his sons.The Walls of Constantinople|Bernard Granville Baker
Some of the revolutionists demand that Othman be put to death for his crimes.The Radicalism of Shelley and Its Sources|Daniel J. MacDonald
The sacred duty of pursuing the assassins of Othman was the engine and pretence of his ambition.The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire|Edward Gibbon
To Othman, therefore, is due the credit of this inception of a new State and a new and distinct people.The Turkish Empire, its Growth and Decay|Lord Eversley
He was the last scion of the Othman race, and as such was vested with sacrosancta potestas.