in the name of Allah.
Letters from the Cape Lady Duff Gordon
Vathek William Beckford
Three Ghost Stories Charles Dickens
The Arab’s Pledge Edward L. Mitford
The History of Pendennis William Makepeace Thackeray
Oriental Women Edward Bagby Pollard
Travels in Arabia Bayard Taylor
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 3 Various
In Darkest Africa, Vol. 1; or, The quest, rescue and retreat of Emin, governor of Equatoria Henry Morton Stanley
Our Little Arabian Cousin Blanche McManus
the words which preface all except one of the surahs of the Koran, used by Muslims as a blessing before eating or some other action
a brittle, grayish-white, red-tinged, metallic element used in the manufacture of fusible alloys and in medicine. Symbol: Bi; atomic weight: 208.980; atomic number: 83. noun a brittle pinkish-white crystalline metallic element having low thermal and electrical conductivity, which expands on cooling. It is widely used in alloys, esp low-melting alloys in fire safety devices; its […]
an orange-red, amorphous, water-insoluble powder, Bi 2 O 3 ⋅2CrO 3 , used chiefly as a pigment in paints.
a mineral, bismuth sulfide, Bi 2 S 3 , occurring in lead-gray masses: an ore of bismuth. noun a grey mineral consisting of bismuth sulphide in orthorhombic crystalline form. It occurs in veins associated with tin, copper, silver, lead, etc, and is a source of bismuth. Formula: Bi2S3