[is-mey-uh-lee-uh, ‐mahy-uh‐] /ˌɪs meɪ əˈli ə, ‐maɪ ə‐/
a branch of Shiʿism, including in its number the Assassins and the Druses, having an esoteric philosophy and asserting Ismaʿil to be the seventh divinely inspired imam in the succession from Ali.
- Ismail Pasha
[is-mah-eel pah-shah] /ɪsˈmɑ il ˈpɑ ʃɑ/ noun 1. 1830–95, viceroy and khedive of Egypt 1863–79. /ˌɪzmɑːˈiːl ˈpɑːʃə/ noun 1. 1830–95, viceroy (1863–66) and khedive (1867–79) of Egypt, who brought his country close to bankruptcy. He was forced to submit to Anglo-French financial control (1876) and to abdicate (1879)
(World-Wide Web) An attribute of the HTML tag (inline image) which specifies that if the image is selected, the browser will generate a request indicating the coordinates of the point which was clicked. This request is then interpreted by the server by mapping certain regions of the image to certain actions. Documentation (http://utirc.utoronto.ca/HTMLdocs/NewHTML/image.html). (1995-02-14) indirect […]
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[is-mee-nee, -mey-, iz-] /ɪsˈmi ni, -ˈmeɪ-, ɪz-/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta who did not join Antigone in her forbidden burial of their brother Polynices.