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vi·la·yet

 (vē′lä-yĕt′)
n.
An administrative division of Turkey.

[Turkish vilāyet, from Arabic wilāya, province, from waliya, to administer; see wly in Semitic roots.]

vilayet

(vɪˈlɑːjɛt)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a major administrative division of Turkey
[C19: from Turkish, from Arabic wilāyat, from walīy governor]
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Golan, a region in the Levant, spanning about 1,800 square kilometers, was under Ottoman ruling and part of the Vilayet of Damascus until it was transferred to French control in 1918.
A first meeting of the Ministries of Internal Affairs of Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan chaired by the First Deputy Ministers of the two countries, Major-General Davron Nazarmuhamedov and Lieutenant-General of Police Vilayet Eyvazov, was held, Uzbek media outlets reported.
The Ottoman commander eventually withdrew, taking with him the land registrar of the Vilayet [province] of Aleppo, which remains in Ankara to this day."
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She was born in Skopje (now the capital of North Macedonia), then part of the Kosovo Vilayet of the Ottoman Empire.
Speaking on the occasion writer Anwar Maqsood touched upon a few facets of the musician's life, chiefly Rais sahib's association with his maternal uncle Ustad Vilayet Khan, calling it a 'love-hate' relationship.
The powerful Vali (governor) of the Vilayet (Province) of Damascus usually ruled Jerusalem ...
Ottoman Syria was divided into four Vilayets: the Vilayet of Aleppo, the Villayet of Day Az-Zor, the Vilayet of Damascus, and the Vilayet of Beirut (ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA, 2017).
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As Turkey and Great Britain desperately wanted control of the Vilayet of Mosul, including Kirkuk, the Treaty of Lausanne in 1923 failed to solve the issue.
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