/ (ˈwæzɪm ˈækræm) /
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Chaudhry. born 1966, Pakistani cricketer: a fast bowler, he played in 104 test matches (1984–2002), 25 as captain, and took 414 wickets
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Outside the bakery of Akram Shahmeh, 42, rocks are flying and tires are burning.The Seeds of the Next Intifada|Jesse Rosenfeld|July 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“This place was a hellhole,” says Akram Mohamed Ramadan, a rebel fighter who came to visit the prison on Friday.Return to Tripoli’s Notorious Jail|Babak Dehghanpisheh|August 28, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Guru and Akram Das slung the two gazelles over their saddles, and all six started across the veldt at a brisk canter.
Jack and the explorer leaped to the ground from the wagons as Akram ran up with the third gun.
Akram Das was sent back to guide the wagon to it, and that night there was high feasting in camp.
Guru and Akram were attending to their injured comrade, who by this time was sitting up, dazed but not badly injured.
The two boys left the party, followed by Akram and Amir Ali, their gun-bearers.