Definition of Mudirs

1. Noun. (plural of mudir) ¹



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Definition of Mudirs

1. mudir [n] - See also: mudir

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mudirs

mudheap
mudheaps
mudhen
mudhens
mudhif
mudhole
mudholes
mudhook
mudhooks
mudik
mudir
mudiria
mudirias
mudirieh
mudiriehs
mudirs (current term)
mudlark
mudlarked
mudlarks
mudless
mudlike
mudlogger
mudloggers
mudpack
mudpacks
mudpie
mudpies
mudproof
mudpuddle
mudpuppies

Literary usage of Mudirs

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1. Egypt by James Carlile McCoan, Wilfred C. Lay (1902)
"... Administration—mudirs, Mamours, Nazirs, and Sheikhs-el-Beled—The Chamber of Delegates—Character of Egyptian Officials BASED on the treaties, firmans, ..."

2. Egypt and the Egyptian Question by Donald Mackenzie Wallace (1883)
"... and the Syrian—Complicated system of accounts and administrative procedure—The administrators — Typical mudirs—The Beys and Pashas of Cairo—Riaz Pasha— ..."

3. The Redemption of Egypt by William Basil Worsfold (1899)
"... jurisdiction—Amendments of criminal law—The Prosecutor- General's department—The Parquet—Improved relations between the mudirs and the l>olice—Results ..."

4. Egypt as it is: With a Map, Taken from the Most Recent Survey by James Carlile McCoan (1877)
"... House and Post Office—Provincial Administration—mudirs, Mamours, Nazirs, and Sheikhs-el-Beled—The Chamber of Delegates—Character of Egyptian Officials. ..."

5. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1889)
"The unsatisfactory organisation of the police, who, centralised in Cairo, were to a large extent independent of the control of the mudirs, resulting as it ..."

6. Leaves from an Egyptian Note-book by Isaac Taylor (1888)
"Thus the mudirs see their old power and prestige passing away, ... The mudirs, however, are biding their time; and when we leave Egypt, the tendency to ..."

7. England in Egypt by Alfred Milner Milner (1894)
"third authority, distinct from the mudirs and the Police, to whom the system ... The mudirs were jealous of this fresh interference with their old powers, ..."

8. Egypt by James Carlile McCoan, Wilfred C. Lay (1902)
"... Administration—mudirs, Mamours, Nazirs, and Sheikhs-el-Beled—The Chamber of Delegates—Character of Egyptian Officials BASED on the treaties, firmans, ..."

9. Egypt and the Egyptian Question by Donald Mackenzie Wallace (1883)
"... and the Syrian—Complicated system of accounts and administrative procedure—The administrators — Typical mudirs—The Beys and Pashas of Cairo—Riaz Pasha— ..."

10. The Redemption of Egypt by William Basil Worsfold (1899)
"... jurisdiction—Amendments of criminal law—The Prosecutor- General's department—The Parquet—Improved relations between the mudirs and the l>olice—Results ..."

11. Egypt as it is: With a Map, Taken from the Most Recent Survey by James Carlile McCoan (1877)
"... House and Post Office—Provincial Administration—mudirs, Mamours, Nazirs, and Sheikhs-el-Beled—The Chamber of Delegates—Character of Egyptian Officials. ..."

12. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1889)
"The unsatisfactory organisation of the police, who, centralised in Cairo, were to a large extent independent of the control of the mudirs, resulting as it ..."

13. Leaves from an Egyptian Note-book by Isaac Taylor (1888)
"Thus the mudirs see their old power and prestige passing away, ... The mudirs, however, are biding their time; and when we leave Egypt, the tendency to ..."

14. England in Egypt by Alfred Milner Milner (1894)
"third authority, distinct from the mudirs and the Police, to whom the system ... The mudirs were jealous of this fresh interference with their old powers, ..."

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