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Ottoman dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. She pushed the ottoman with a toe.
  2. From the Ottoman Empire he has come.
  3. But later on there came the Ottoman;.
  4. Islamic Ottoman forces attacked Turkey.
  5. The Ottoman occupation fol owed, which.

  6. I sat down hard on the ottoman beside me.
  7. This is the ottoman, Nick? she asked.
  8. Ottoman Empire – it could happen here as well.
  9. Ottoman occupation, the capital was at Istanbul.
  10. Ottoman Caliphate, which wounded the beast to death.
  11. The final stage is to wrap the outside of the ottoman.
  12. I tried to back away, but I stumbled over the armchair ottoman.
  13. God, so he got on his knees at his favorite ottoman and began to pray.
  14. A revived Ottoman Empire or Caliphate, is the current agenda of Prime.
  15. The overstuffed chair and ottoman were covered in a muted lilac velvet.

  16. Pan-Islamism was to be stopped by the destruction of the Ottoman Empire.
  17. I saw his shoes by the side of the chair, his feet were up on the ottoman.
  18. He also was able to study in the Royal Ottoman Faculty in Damascus, Amber.
  19. The build up of modern European militaries had left the Ottoman Empire at a.
  20. Sheikho held many high, official posts during the reign of the Ottoman State.
  21. After the First World War both the Ottoman and the Habsburg empires collapsed.
  22. He was from Venezia, the Italianiera city state at war with the Ottoman Empire.
  23. Pierre turned over heavily on the ottoman and opened his mouth, but could not reply.
  24. Patterned couches, melon-colored walls, a tufted leather ottoman for a coffee table.
  25. That was the situation in the Ottoman Empire at the beginning of the twentieth century.

  26. Word had also reached him that the civil war in the Ottoman Empire had been won by Bayazid.
  27. Inter-communal violence was widespread throughout the former Ottoman Empire from 1918 to 1920.
  28. For this reason, Sarujah Market was regarded as Mini-Istanbul during the period of Ottoman rule.
  29. Unfortunately, you will have to do all the cleaning and sealing her in the ottoman on your own.
  30. He sat down on the sofa, put his feet on the ottoman that would never have flipped over on its own.
  31. We can rent a storage unit and arrange for a removal firm to collect the new ottoman she ordered.
  32. The first was to check the scheduled delivery of furniture, a large blanket ottoman for the bedroom.
  33. When I back into the ottoman I forgot was there, the legs scrape across the polished wood of the floor.
  34. There was ancient Egypt, the Inca empire, Ottoman empire, Roman empire, British empire, and on and on.
  35. While the Ottoman and Russian empires might have been hopeless, at least the German and Austro-Hungarian.
  36. At the end of the Ottoman Rule over the Arab countries, this Great Empire was affected by weakness and strife.
  37. Under great pressure now, he and Star made a dash to the storage unit to collect the ottoman, they closed at 5.
  38. They were draped over the side of the ottoman and not stuck up at 45 degrees, which indicated rigor had passed.
  39. After folding Anna into the box and re-sealing the pierced wrapping, she had to fit the ottoman into its own box.
  40. There was a lone armchair, and an ottoman that didn’t match, except it was worn shiny in the same kind of way.
  41. It led to the simultaneous collapse of the Russian, Austro-Hungarian, German, and Ottoman empires (1917–1919).
  42. The room is large and square with three floral couches placed in the shape of a U around an almond-colored ottoman.
  43. I had to check my map for that one, but it turned out to be an island off the south west coast of the Ottoman Empire.
  44. He was of Turkish origin, very prestigious, and held a high position in the Turkish government during the Ottoman era.
  45. A few days later, as soon as we’ve decided where and how to dispose of the body, I can hire a van and collect the ottoman.
  46. The Thenardier woman snatched up an enormous paving-stone which lay in the angle of the window and served her daughters as an ottoman.
  47. While in Ottoman territory, Shabbetai was taken to the court of the Turkish Sultan, and there offered the choice of death or conversion.
  48. Poloinia and Hungaria were still fighting over Bohemia, although Poloinia also had repelled an invasion by the Ottoman Empire last year.
  49. There was also word of a civil war in the evil Ottoman Empire over the succession to the murderous Mohammed the Second, called the Conqueror.
  50. Stacks of books stood everywhere, and somebody had even made a serviceable ottoman from one, on which now stood a tray of tea-making equipment.
  51. The appeal by the papa to the Ottoman sultan caused many of his enemies to demand that a council be called to depose him for betraying Christianity.
  52. Bosnia had been taken away from the rotting evil corruption of the Ottoman Empire and enfolded into the Austrian empire without anyone firing a shot.
  53. At the time I had shipped aboard the Abraham Lincoln , this whole island was in rebellion against its tyrannical rulers, the Ottoman Empire of Turkey.
  54. When the Ottoman State abandoned following Al’lah’s Law (the Holy Qur’an) and relied only on mankind’s temporal laws, the state eventually collapsed.
  55. World War I flared up and the Ottoman State entered it and began to apply compulsory military recruitment, calling up many able-bodied men to go into battle.
  56. Elijah was sat in a high backed chair with his legs up on an ottoman and a blanket covering them he turned his head towards the sound of us entering and said.
  57. The Ottoman ruler of Syria and his administrators were amazed at this radical change, so he sent the commander of his army to investigate and find out the truth.
  58. She wanted to arrange the collection of the ottoman from the flat and hire a van to move it into storage, but all this would have to wait until rigor had passed.
  59. And now I knew where Captain Nemo had delivered those millions, when the Nautilus navigated the waters where Crete was in rebellion against the Ottoman Empire!.
  60. The Middle East: The old Turkish Ottoman empire had collapsed, partly as a result of the Arab Revolt that had accompanied the British advance against the Turks.
  61. In truth, this gentleman is a luxurious Ottoman, swimming about over the watery world, surroundingly accompanied by all the solaces and endearments of the harem.
  62. I didn't want him to get the whole Mediterranean Fleet out, so I cabled him from Constantinople that I was quite well and would he send money to the Ottoman Bank.
  63. Not much else was happening, but he had heard the great news that the gallant Knights of Santu Juan had repulsed the evil Ottoman Empire’s attack on Rhodes.
  64. Henry Lynn has taken possession of an ottoman at the feet of Louisa: Adèle shares it with him: he is trying to talk French with her, and Louisa laughs at his blunders.
  65. The Imperial Harem wing at the Topkapı Palace of the Ottoman Empire (1299–1923) in what is now Istanbul, Turkey, was constructed in various stages from 1459 onwards.
  66. In the meantime, World War I, which started in Europe, spread throughout much of the world, and since the Ottoman State was an ally of Germany, it too was brought into the war.
  67. Dorothea sat down on the seat nearest to her, a long low ottoman in the middle of the room, and with her hands folded over each other on her lap, looked at the drear outer world.
  68. As is well known, towards the end of its era, the Ottoman Empire was still an Islamic state with its time- held traditions, and in general it was against all corruptive practices.
  69. The British and French had already decided to carve up the Ottoman empire in the Middle East between them back in 1916; in 1919 the Allies planned to carve up Turkey-in-Europe too.
  70. After this repeated failure the Ottoman state resolved to try a different approach to get rid of those criminals who caused so much civil unrest and conflict across the entire state.
  71. The Ottoman forces were making enquiries in the villages to recruit youths and men to send to the raging battle front, and so, there were no men left to work in the fields and farms.
  72. The Ottoman authorities had sent army troops to kill the Kurdish leader, but they knew nothing about the region, nor did they have any idea about its caves and rough and difficult terrain.
  73. As to my question about the Ottoman Empire, Luis told me that while it was scandalous, the Christian kingdoms of Europa would rather fight each other than unite against the heathen Ottomans.
  74. After the Ottoman Empire had turned away from the teaching of God’s Book and replaced it with temporal systems and laws written by man, the fortunes of the empire took a turn for the worse.
  75. The following is an account of a true story which took place during the Ottoman Rule in Syria, and relates the tale of what took place between two giants of that time and led to a positive outcome.
  76. At this, Djemal Pasha retracted his ruling instantly, for he was planning to lead a coup against the Turkish government then take up the reins of authority in this large area of the Ottoman Empire.
  77. They would retreat to the Maronite region where international law prevented the Ottoman forces from chasing these bandits or meddling in any way, as Lebanon was a European protectorate at the time.
  78. In his youth Mohammad Amin entered the Royal Ottoman College, and after some years he graduated from there with the rank of officer and was appointed to a fitting position in the Syrian security services[45].
  79. Day by day, the criminal’s confidence grew, and his evil and criminal acts grew along with his confidence until the Ottoman State no longer knew what further action they should take to apprehend this criminal.
  80. MRS BREEN: (Gushingly) Tremendously teapot! London's teapot and I'm simply teapot all over me! (She rubs sides with him) After the parlour mystery games and the crackers from the tree we sat on the staircase ottoman.
  81. History lesson: How many of us are aware that, had the Ottoman Turks not overrun that city, the last bastion of the Eastern Roman Empire, in 1453, thus cutting off overland trade routes to Cathay and other places east.
  82. With 400 rooms spread over several buildings, many designed by the Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan, it is the largest harem – the enclosed quarters in a polygamous household that are reserved for women and forbidden to men.
  83. This secret plot by Russia to take over the Slavic Balkans was what was behind all the official Russian political rhetoric; they were just trying to pick up as many pieces of the crumbling Ottoman Empire as they could get away with.
  84. Madame de Villefort was sitting on an ottoman and impatiently turning over the leaves of some newspapers and pamphlets which young Edward, by way of amusing himself, was tearing to pieces before his mother could finish reading them.
  85. The contrast between this Ottoman and his concubines is striking; because, while he is always of the largest leviathanic proportions, the ladies, even at full growth, are not more than one-third of the bulk of an average-sized male.
  86. Of the first, those that had an humble origin and rose to the greatness they still preserve, the Ottoman house may serve as an example, which from an humble and lowly shepherd, its founder, has reached the height at which we now see it.
  87. They, in their perverted view, held him in high esteem and would always rally around him against all attempts made by the Ottoman State to curb the crimes committed by that arch criminal in its endeavours to wipe out corruption in that region.
  88. Deena’s eyes were still blinded by the midday glare, but she managed to cross the great drawing room without stumbling over an ottoman, and, pushing aside the heavy curtain that shut off the library, she walked directly into Stephen’s arms.
  89. In the face of these bitter and terrible circumstances, the Ottoman State issued an arbitrary decree which sentenced to death everyone who entered Istanbul, the capital and residence of the sultan, smitten by, or even carrying, this harmful insect.
  90. Many times the Ottoman state tried to exterminate these bandits by sending military forces to combat them but its efforts always met with abject failure due to the proximity of this region to Lebanon where the criminals never failed to find a safe haven.
  91. Austria had already taken over the Slavic state of Bosnia in the Balkans from the Ottoman Empire without Russia coming to its rescue… but this time the tsar decided to use Serbia as a political ploy to gain prestige by invading Europe and winning a war.
  92. It goes without saying that such a matter could not be kept indefinitely from the attention of the Ottoman authorities, especially given that many of them were people who envied him for his illustrious position and wished him to be removed so they could replace him.
  93. How many great Kings and Emperors around the world have fallen from grace because of love? The great Sultan Suleiman from the Ottoman Empire, The great Shah Jahan, Hayam Wuruk from the Majapahit Kingdom, Henry the Eighth, King David from Israel, and the list goes on.
  94. Our dignified elephant of a chesterfield with its matching baby ottoman sits in the living room looking stunned, as if it got sleep-darted in its natural environment and woke up in this strange new captivity, surrounded by faux-posh carpet and synthetic wood and unveined walls.
  95. Walking the streets of Barcelona (those ancient walls!), viewing the cloisters of Majorca (and those castles on distant hilltops), breathing the air of Athens and enjoying the people of the Plaka (the Parthenon – it’s real, not just pictures in a book!), exploring the alleys of the silent city in Malta (now I feel the terror of the besieged, of Ottoman sails in the east), my spirit recognised its home.
  96. His title, schoolmaster, would very naturally seem derived from the name bestowed upon the harem itself, but some have surmised that the man who first thus entitled this sort of Ottoman whale, must have read the memoirs of Vidocq, and informed himself what sort of a country-schoolmaster that famous Frenchman was in his younger days, and what was the nature of those occult lessons he inculcated into some of his pupils.
  97. They all knew that Russia was itching to conquer territory to extend its huge vast lands down to the Caspian sea and swallow up all of the ottoman empire and get control of Constantinople in order to become a major sea power which would rival England’s imperial royal navy, everybody knew these were the objectives of the Russian empire…and if given half a chance in the process…invade and conquer every square mile of territory it could to increase the size and power of its empire into Europe.
  98. In good time, nevertheless, as the ardour of youth declines; as years and dumps increase; as reflection lends her solemn pauses; in short, as a general lassitude overtakes the sated Turk; then a love of ease and virtue supplants the love for maidens; our Ottoman enters upon the impotent, repentant, admonitory stage of life, forswears, disbands the harem, and grown to an exemplary, sulky old soul, goes about all alone among the meridians and parallels saying his prayers, and warning each young Leviathan from his amorous errors.
  99. Finally the fleet returned victorious and triumphant to Constantinople, and a few months later died my master, El Uchali, otherwise Uchali Fartax, which means in Turkish "the scabby renegade;" for that he was; it is the practice with the Turks to name people from some defect or virtue they may possess; the reason being that there are among them only four surnames belonging to families tracing their descent from the Ottoman house, and the others, as I have said, take their names and surnames either from bodily blemishes or moral qualities.
  100. I may say, in short, that I took part in that glorious expedition, promoted by this time to be a captain of infantry, to which honourable charge my good luck rather than my merits raised me; and that day--so fortunate for Christendom, because then all the nations of the earth were disabused of the error under which they lay in imagining the Turks to be invincible on sea-on that day, I say, on which the Ottoman pride and arrogance were broken, among all that were there made happy (for the Christians who died that day were happier than those who remained alive and victorious) I alone was miserable; for, instead of some naval crown that I might have expected had it been in Roman times, on the night that followed that famous day I found myself with fetters on my feet and manacles on my hands.

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