sharifian


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sharifian

(ʃəˈriːfɪən)
adj
1. (Islam) a variant of sherifian
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a variant of sherifian
3. (Military) a variant of sherifian
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Toogeh G, Keyhani M, Sharifian R, Safaee R, Emami A, Dalili H.
[27] Sharifian, A., Ghadi, M.J., Ghavidel, S., Li, L., Zhang, J., "A new method based on Type-2 fuzzy neural network for accurate wind power forecasting under uncertain data[J]," RENEW ENERG, vol.
Today, 'literature in exile' has a special place in the critique of psychology (Sharifian 2010:224).
The strategic use of religion certainly applies to the monarchies of Morocco and Jordan, where the kings regularly invoke their sharifian lineage to legitimize their political authority.
(22.) Baghbani-Arani F, Movagharnia R, Sharifian A, Salehi S, Shandiz SAS.
While Pakistan and its people have always repeatedly assured full assistance for the defence of Harmain Sharifian, it is time to bring in diplomacy to end the three-year old conflict.
Sodhiana blanfordi Yeo and Ng, 2012 (Baluchistan, Pakistan); Sharifian et al., 2014 (south east of Iran).
The British campaigns in Sinai, Palestine, and Greater Syria took place in coordination with the Sharifian army.
(10.) Roohipoor R, Sharifian E, Ghassemi F, Riazi-Esfahani M, Karkhaneh R, Fard Ma, et al.
The Opposition parties are hooting with mirth at all this and happily waved the flag for the most unlikely nominees the better to ruffle the Sharifian feathers and all with some success as the clan stomps around the playpen whacking all and sundry with teddies and the soft furnishings.
(14.) Hallaj Z, Sahaf R, Rafiey H, Sharifian Sani M, Teymouri R.