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Khan

In Cambodia, one of eight subdivisions of the capital, Phnom Penh. A khan is roughly equivalent to a district or neighborhood.
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Ilkhani said that the Iranian officials reviewed the plane's documents and asked the pilot some questions on the issue.
The incident occurred last night around 19:30 local time (GMT +4:30 hours), Ilkhani said, adding that the air plane left Bandar Abbas for Dubai after the problem was resolved.
The author writes that he copied these tables from Zij-i ilkhani, in which we were unable to find table no.
Since al-Wabkanawi rightfully contends that Zij-i ilkhani is based on the earlier astronomical tables rather than obtained from independent observations, he sometimes goes further, stating that only Muhyi 1-Din's Adwar are the "Ilkhanid Observations" (al-Wabkanawi, Zij, prologue: A: fol.
Considering the deed of endowments and the kind of endowments and social, political and economic conditions of benefactors in eighth and ninth centuries AH in Yazd and attention to stability principles and the definitions given for sustainable development shows that undoubtedly, one of the major reasons for the development of sustainable architecture and urbanism in the mentioned centuries and periods in which the boom of architecture and urbanism in those periods is famous such as Ilkhani, Al Mozafar and Timurid of Yazd has been the admirable and continued tradition of endowment that was supported by local and other rulers and generals.
A sum of 15 flights from US cargo and passenger airlines use the Iranian airspace everyday," Ilkhani told reporters on the sidelines of the 7th International Air and Aviation Industries Exhibition on Kish Island on Tuesday.
Ilkhani said that the UAE airlines with 170 passing flights per day rank first among the foreign airlines using the Iranian airspace.
Ilkhani said the plane's maximum landing speed is 165 miles per hour, but the ill-fated flight was going about 200 mph when it touched down.
Among the dead was Mehdi Dadpey, the managing director of the airline who was seated in the cockpit and who contributed to the distraction on landing, according to Ilkhani.
This was while during the Ilkhani period the land and the business recovered their importance as sources of wealth and power.
Ilkhani later informed FNA that the pilot had informed the control tower of an engine malfunction as he was taking off, but communication had been lost as the plane crashed.