After the break up of the empire of Rum, Konia became a secondary city of the amirate of Karamania and in part fell to ruin.
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Kingsley, 1922–95, English novelist. a friend, especially a male friend. a boyfriend or male lover. Contemporary Examples And, to be fair, his critics might have a point that Amis the author can be tricky to separate from the characters in his books. England’s Punching Bag: Martin Amis Olivia Cole February 12, 2010 Amis was a […]
of or relating to any of the strict Mennonite groups, chiefly in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Canada, descended from the followers of Jakob Ammann, a Swiss Mennonite bishop of the 17th century. the Amish people. Contemporary Examples [The Amish] are completely cut off from the outside world. McCain’s Last Hope: The Amish Vote Benjamin Sarlin […]
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Kingsley, 1922–95, English novelist. Contemporary Examples LUCKY JIM By kingsley amis kingsley amis’s first and best novel, and one of the founding books of the genre. Must-Read College Novels: From “Lucky Jim” to “Pnin” Sam Munson August 12, 2012 The first faux-Fleming assignments went to writers such as kingsley amis (writing as “Robert Markham”) and […]
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noun the area of southeastern Pennsylvania and northeastern Ohio, U.S., inhabited by the Amish religious sect