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- ar-raqqah (arabic: الرقة‎ / ala-lc: ar-raqqah), also called rakka and raqqa, is a city in syria, now also claimed by the islamic state of iraq and the
- the eyalet of rakka or urfa (ottoman turkish: ایالت رقه; eyālet-i raqqa) was an eyalet of the ottoman empire. its reported area in the 19th century was
- rakka ryūsui (落花流水?) is an on-going ****anese 4koma seinen manga written and illustrated by ikki sanada. the manga began beening serialized in manga time
- asia under the french title ailes grises (grey wings). the series follows rakka, a newly hatched haibane (灰羽?) (a being resembling an angel), and other
- also wrote the screenplay for the anime. the plot of the episodes follows rakka, a girl who hatches from a cocoon in a strange town with no memory of who
- media/studiopolis and funimation/okratron 5000. she is best known for her dub roles of rakka in haibane renmei, solty revant in soltyrei, miu fūrinji in kenichi: the
- south rakkas crew is credited as the originators of electro-dancehall music; a sub-genre fusing jamaican reggae and dancehall with different forms of electro
- al-azm (fl. 1783–1810), ottoman governor of damascus, aleppo, adana, and rakka kölemen abdullah pasha (1846–1937), ottoman general in the first balkan
- aidin (1775), egypt (1775–78), sivas (1778–79), erzurum (1779, 1780–81), rakka (1779–80), and belgrade (1783–84). he died in february 1784 in belgrade