former name of .
The needles were briskly plied, and in due time, two hundred and fifty piastres were collected and forwarded to Aintab.
The Women of the Arabs Henry Harris Jessup
We rode straight into the Mission compound at Aintab, and found ourselves at once in a very academic atmosphere.
By Desert Ways to Baghdad Louisa Jebb
There caravans were fitted out to leave over the, to them, unknown track to Aintab, as a first base.
The Red Cross in Peace and War Clara Barton
There, caravans were fitted out to leave over the—to them—unknown track to Aintab, as a first base.
A Story of the Red Cross Clara Barton
Her length from Aintab to Gaza is one hundred and fifty leagues, and the mean breadth about thirty.
Sketches Benjamin Disraeli
At Aintab, the crowd was divided into three audiences so that all could hear.
The Call of the World W. E. Doughty
the former name (until 1921) of Gaziantep
noun a suburb of Liverpool, in Merseyside: site of the racecourse over which the Grand National steeplechase has been run since 1839 Historical Examples aintree sauntered up with his coat under his arm as Joyce and her sister vanished from sight. The Sixth Sense Stephen McKenna aintree inhaled the smoke of his cigarette and answered […]
a member of an aboriginal population of northernmost Japan, having lighter skin and hairier bodies than other Japanese. the language of the Ainus. Historical Examples Along the coast were many Ainu huts inhabited by half-castes and by Japanese. Alone with the Hairy Ainu A. H. Savage Landor One can hardly find a single Ainu whose […]
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a garlic-flavored mayonnaise of Provence, served with fish and seafood and often with vegetables. Historical Examples aioli is a Mediterranean mayonnaise and “the dressing,” the French say, “is the soul of the salad.” Twenty-four Little French Dinners and How to Cook and Serve Them Cora Moore noun garlic mayonnaise