Sa`d

(from the article `Egypt`) The inhabitants of the Western Desert, outside the oases, are of mixed Arab and Amazigh (Berber) descent. They are divided into two groups, the Sa`d ...
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Sa`d

Persian poet, one of the greatest figures in classical Persian literature.[3 related articles]
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Sa`d

(from the article `Najid Dynasty`) Two of Naj`s sons, Sa`d and Jayysh, who had fled the capital, plotted to restore themselves to the Najid throne and in 1081 killed `Al. Sa`d, ...
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Sa`d

son and successor of Ibn Sa`d, and king of Saudi Arabia from 1953 to 1964.[1 related articles]
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Sa`d

Sa`d is the name of a settlement in Sharjah. ...
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