kabr

(from the article `Arabia, history of`) ...of varying size and importance, some quite small, with none exercising a dominating role over the others. Among the other three peoples the office ...
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Kabr

iconoclastic Indian poet-saint revered by Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs alike.[5 related articles]
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KABR

[defunct] KABR was a radio station based in Aberdeen, South Dakota. In the 1940s the station was a Mutual affiliate with 5000 watts of power. The 1948 Broadcasting Yearbook gave a 1935 establishment date and 5000 watts of power with no schedule limit; the 1959 Broadcasting Yearbook gave the station`s start date as 1952 and power as 1000 wat...
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