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… a militant Berber group that played a major role in the Fatimid military, and he was the grandson of the Fatimid general Ja’far ibn Fallah. He was bestowed with the title ṣafiyy al-dawla (chosen of the State). Safiyy al-Dawla and Yumn…

… and a chieftain of the Banu Kalb tribe. He owed his position both to his leadership of the powerful Kalb, a major source of troops, and his kinship with the Umayyads through his aunt Maysun bint Bahdal, who was the wife of Mu’awiyah and…

…Λp is the absolute difference between pre- and posttest probability of conditions (such as diseases) that the test is expected to achieve. A major factor for such an absolute difference is the power of the test itself, such as can be…

…Ηe was born in Constantinople (Istanbul), Turkey, which at the time still had a major Greek presence. He left the city for Greece in 1964 during the long eviction period of Greeks.

…Δ7 has the same meaning as maj7 or CΔ. Often melody notes or other pitches influence an improviser’s choice of chord types. For example, if the melody note is the root of the chord, including a major seventh can cause dissonance.

…Șoseaua Kiseleff (Kiseleff Road) is a major road in Bucharest, Romania. The boulevard runs as a northward continuation of Calea Victoriei.

…Șaptebani was first mentioned in documents in 1425. There is a World War II memorial in the central square. The local geography of open plains broken by rolling hills and gullies show a major tank battle, with many thousands killed. After…

…Živnostenská banka (also known under acronyms ŽB or ZIBA) was a major commercial bank operating in the Czech Republic. In 2002 it became a member of the Italian UniCredit Group. In 2006 it was merged with HVB Bank and the new merged bank was renamedUniCredit Bank Czech Republic.

…Živan Knežević (Живан Кнежевић; Vranje, Ottoman Empire, now Serbia, 28 July 1906 -Seattle, Washington, United States of America, 1 December 1984) was a major in the Yugoslav Royal Guards who was a key conspirator in the Yugoslav coup…

… a river island in southwestern Slovakia, extending from Bratislava to Komárno. It lies between the Danube, its tributary Little Danube and Váh.The island is a major part of the Danubian Flat. It is the biggest river island in Europe with an area of , being 84 km long and 15 to 30 km wide.

…Žemlja qualified for the 2010 French Open and scored a major upset over the #26 seed Juan Mónaco 7-6(8-6), 3-6, 7-5, 6-3, in his first ever Grand Slam victory. He became the first Slovenian male player to win a single match in the Grand…

…Žemaičių Kalvarija (Samogitian: Žemaitiu Kalvarėjė, Samogitian Calvary) is a small town in Plungė district municipality, Lithuania. It is known as a major site for Catholic pilgrimage.

…Žemaitija is one of the most ethnically homogeneous regions of the country, with an ethnic Lithuanian population exceeding 99.5% in some districts. During the first part of the 19th century, Žemaitija was a major center of Lithuanian…

… basketball games is 15,552, and 20,000 spectators for concerts (when the stage is in the middle, and 17,000 when stage is in the side of the arena). The Žalgiris Arena replaced the Kaunas Sports Hall as a major venue in the city.

…Żnin was given town rights in 1263 (based on Magdeburg law). In the 13th century the town was given the right of coinage which resulted in its dynamic expansion. Żnin was a major town located on the trade route from Silesia to Gdańsk (the…

…Štúrovo was also a major railway border crossing between Slovakia and Hungary as it is on the main Bratislava-Budapest railway line. The main station across the border in Hungary is Szob which is located to the east on the same side of the River Danube.

…Šiauliai has always been a major intersection. The famous Saulės battle took place near a trade route from Riga to Bubiai and Tauragė.In 1836-1858 Riga-Sovetsk highway was built near it. About 1912, first cars appeared on city’s streets.

… translation of the only extant secular biography in Byzantine literature, the Life of the 9th century emperor Basil I, which was written by scholars associated with Basil’s grandson, emperor Constantine VII. Basil’s biography is a major source for the political and cultural history of Byzantium and its neighbors in the 9th and 10th centuries.

…Šarić represented the senior men’s Croatian national basketball team at a major FIBA tournament for the first time at EuroBasket 2013, where he averaged 5.5 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 0.9 assists per game. He then played with Croatia’s senior men’s team at the 2014 FIBA World Cup, where he averaged 11.7 points, 6.7 rebounds, and 2.3 assists per game.

…ŠK Ferraria was a Croatian football club formed in Zagreb. The club was founded in November 1922, as the local ironworkers’ club. Throughout its existence the club played a major role in lower-tier local competitions, before it was disbanded in June 1945 by the communist authorities.

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