gul


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gul

 (go͞ol)
n.
A stylized octagonal motif in Oriental rugs.

[Persian, rose; see julep.]

gul

(ɡuːl; ɡʊl)
n
(Furniture) a geometric, usually octagonal, design used in Turkoman carpets
References in classic literature ?
Shout Gul Sher Khan yonder to drive in that bay stallion's pickets more firmly.
Talat is currently paying a visit to the Turkish capital of Ankara, and met President Gul, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Those died were identified as Razaq Gul S/o Samar Gul, Amirzada Gul s/o Ilif Gul, Razeem Gul s/o Sher Badshah and Abdullah s/o Gul Behram.
The injured Muhammad Waris in his statement to police at hospital has also fixed responsibility of double murder on Asad Gul and his father Gul Rasan.
Rizwan Gul had escaped from the court after the judge sentenced him to three years in jail and Rs5,000 fine for possessing a fake degree.
retd) Hameed Gul and Ijlal Haider Zaidi, close aide of former President Ghulam Ishaque Khan masterminded the removal of first Benazir Bhutto government.
November 20 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish President Abdullah Gul said Sunday that he would mention Turkey's gratitude to Britain for the support extended to Turkey's European Union (EU) membership.
November 18 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish President Abdullah Gul said on Friday that they decided to lift visa between Turkey and Colombia.
LONDON, November 08, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish President Abdullah Gul said, "Turkey's success, especially during the last decade, has impressed the Arab world," in an interview with British Financial Times (FT) newspaper.
BERLIN, September 19, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish President Abdullah Gul received on Monday the German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle in Berlin's Ritz Carlton Hotel.
BERLIN, September 19, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish President Abdullah Gul said on Monday that those who made bomb threat were terrorist organizations.
September 18 2011 (TUR) -- Turkey's President Abdullah Gul left for Germany on Sunday upon an invitation from his German counterpart Christian Wulff.