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Sadat

(səˈdæt)
n
(Biography) (Mohammed) Anwar El (ˈænwɑː ɛl). 1918–81, Egyptian statesman: president of Egypt (1970–81); assassinated; Nobel peace prize jointly with Begin 1978

Sa•dat

(səˈdɑt, -ˈdæt)

n.
An•war el- (ˈɑn wɑr ɛl) 1918–81, president of Egypt 1970–81: Nobel peace prize 1978.
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Noun1.Sadat - Egyptian statesman who (as president of Egypt) negotiated a peace treaty with Menachem Begin (then prime minister of Israel) (1918-1981)Sadat - Egyptian statesman who (as president of Egypt) negotiated a peace treaty with Menachem Begin (then prime minister of Israel) (1918-1981)
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'After his arrest, NAB can hunt down former Chairman BDA Sadat Anwar who was the main accused who harmed national exchequer with millions of rupees.' NAB Balochistan said.
A NAB official claimed that Khadim Hussain owned properties worth millions of rupees on behalf of Anwar Sadat and during an investigation NAB found a transaction of Rs225 million made through the former's account.
CAIRO: Mahmoud Labib, "the barber of presidents," received this title under former Egyptian presidents Anwar Sadat and Hosni Mubarak.
Sadat arrived with his vice president, Hosni Mubarak, who later became president himself, Israeli Prime Minister Menahem Begin, Israeli president Yitzhak Navon and the American secretary of state Cyrus Vance; an entourage the city had never dreamed of witnessing.
Both Sadat and Begin were awarded the Nobel Peace prize for the treaty.
But objectors challenged the petitions belonging to six of the candidates -- Cawiezel, Gergits, Sadat, Melsbakas, Rego and Boyle.
AUC Provost Ehab Abdel-Rahman said: "We are pleased to partner with the University of Sadat City to establish a University Center for Career Development that will contribute to qualifying students for the labor market and develop their employability skills, thus positively impacting the reduction of unemployment in the governorate.
He placed his hopes on President Anwar Sadat, Nasser's vice president and successor, who was widely viewed as a caretaker who would quickly be brushed aside by powerful opponents.
Today marks the 40th anniversary of the 1978 Camp David Accords, signed at the White House by the then Egyptian president, Anwar Al Sadat, and the then Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin, under the auspices of former United States president Jimmy Carter.
"If the pair decide to have a family it is perhaps natural to expect that they will follow the philosophy of Harry's brother William and his wife Catherine by giving those children as normal upbringing as possible, while also instilling in them an appreciation of their privileged position in society and their responsibility towards others who are in need of help and support," Sadat wrote in her book "Harry & Meghan: A Royal Engagement" (via (https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/932273/Meghan-Markle-Prince-Harry-pregnant-royal-baby-news-Kate-middleton-Prince-William) Express ).