Definition of Masoud
1. Noun. Afghan leader of forces opposed to the Taliban; won fame by successfully resisting the Soviets in the 1980s; was assassinated by men posing as journalists (1953-2001).
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Literary usage of Masoud
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Directory of Northridge Earthquake Research edited by Brian Cowan, Michael Mahoney, Stephen A. Mahin (2000)
"Name: Address: Masoud Zadeh EQE Engineering & Design 44 Montgomery Street ... TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES PERFORMANCE IN THE NORTHRIDGE EARTHQUAKE Masoud ..."
2. The Dictionary of Biographical Reference: Containing Over One Hundred by Lawrence Barnett Phillips (1889)
"1294 Masoud III., AU ed Daulah, sultan of Hindustan, 1099 ; d. 1115 Masoud IV. ... 1247 Masoud, Abou'l ..."
3. The Story of the Church of Egypt: Being an Outline of the History of the by Edith Louisa Butcher (1897)
"Masoud, meeting the king by chance, riding on a horse without harness and almost ... Masoud penetrated no farther than the town of Dongola, which, he says, ..."