mudir

mudir

(muːˈdɪə)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) ((in Egypt or Turkey))a local governor
[C19: via Turkish, from Arabic, from adāra to administrate]
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Also," the white man spoke half aloud, "I am Mudir of this Province.
Defender Mudir Al Radaei gave Yemen a shock lead in the 27th minute with a diving header off a corner kick, stunning the crowd of close to 3,000 at Panaad.
Iqtiham Manzil Mudir al-Masjid al-Aqsa," Palestinian News and Information Agency WAFA, retrieved on August 8, 2017, from http://www.
Mudir Al Mustaqbal Programme and the Engineering Graduate Programme which are currently implemented.
I've been waiting in line since then but still haven't got inside the centre," Mudir, an elderly building watchman from Pakistan, said before sunrise.
Ahmad al-Qasimi, a former mudir al-awqaf (Director of Endowments) in Damascus, puts it, "the waqf was never the dead, unchangeable property described by the Orientalists as 'mainmorte'.
Instead, Ransom writes, she was summoned to meet the mudir (local administrator) of Dan.
One of the recurring themes that I have come across in this search is that of public declarations, which is when the boss - the mudir or leader - makes a public statement about what will be accomplished.
The firefight erupted when a group of insurgents stormed an ALP post in the Pul Mudir area of Imam Sahib district Monday afternoon, said the district chief, Amanuddin Quraishi.
Para ello fue necesario acudir al linaje Tuyibi, que posteriormente extenderia su poder por toda la Marca Superior hasta crear Mudir I en 1018, debido al hundimiento y descomposicion del califato cordobes, la taifa de Zaragoza.
I do not have the papers regarding your overtime,' one Mudir told an expatriate worker who does daily night duties with no offs.