simorg


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simorg

(sɪˈmɔːɡ) ,

simurg

or

simurgh

n
(Non-European Myth & Legend) a wise, bird-like creature in Persian myth
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Zeeshan has presented a magnificent picture of the dying Sohrab being carried by the benign, inherently wise, female mythical creature, Simorg, to his chosen place of burial.
But the comprehensive nuclear accord when it is finally negotiated must apply restrictions on the Sajjil1, Safir, Simorg (satellite launcher), Ashura1 andAshura2 (other versions of the Sajjil class).
But the comprehensive nuclear accord when it is finally negotiated must apply restrictions on the Sejjil 1, Safir, Simorg (satellite launcher), Ashura1 andEe Ashura2 (other versions of the Sejjil class).
Salman Rushdie feels secure enough to unravel the hidden side of his creative self by giving the names of his failed attempts, i.e., two novels "The Book of the Peer" (49) and "The Antagonist" (50), and a play inspired by Beckett, "Crosstalk", and by flatly acknowledging that the title of his first published science fiction work Grimus (1975) is an anagram of Simorg (50).
Parametri kvaliteta usluge u sistemu javnog gradskog transporta putnika [Parameters of the quality of service in the mass passenger public transport], in Proceedings of the Scientific and Expert Meeting "SIMORG 96", Vrnjacka Banja (in Serbian).