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1) Waziristan. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Waziristan, (wze´ristan´) (KEY) , region (1981 est. pop. 545,000), 4,473 sq mi (11,585 sq km), North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan, on the Afghanistan border....

2) 765. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...military. The need to coordinate these ministries created the position of chief minister (wazir), which enjoyed great influence. Al-Mahdi tried to pacify Shi'ite...

3) 1662. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...became a point of sale for English goods to Morocco. 8 1707 Death of Muhammad al-Wazir Ghassani, a statesman and diplomat who served Mawlay Isma'il. He undertook...

4) Lahore. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Other landmarks include the Pearl and Golden mosques, the tomb of Ranjit Singh, and the Wazir Khan mosque, which contains the finest known examples of khashi, or...

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