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In November, another party member offered a bounty for the heads of two people involved in a movie featuring a Muslim sultan.
Because that same sultan, Abdul Hamid II, possessed a prominent nose, depictions of noses were banned in the press during his reign, according to historical accounts.
Several years later, the sultan offered two more horses to President John Tyler, who also asked Congress for help in disposing of them.
Here the Ottoman Empire's most promising girls, many Georgian or Circassian, often blond, were groomed to marry nobility or royalty, or to be a favorite of the sultan.
Starting in September 1939, just weeks after the Nazis invaded Poland, the sultan of Morocco pledged his support for the French and their effort to fend off an impending invasion.
But defensive guru Justin Hutson, the architect of top 10 defenses in three of the last four seasons, will have to find other ways to stop teams instead of funneling everything to a sultan of swat.
The French brought roads, trains, schools and power plants but left the benign sultan to run religious and cultural affairs.
The sultan’s chandelier intercepts a wolf’s howling cry and releases it as a mist that purifies the hearts of everyone in attendance at the ball.
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