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- Raqqa (Arabic: الرقة‎‎ ar-Raqqah), also called Rakka, al-Raqqah, and ar-Raqqah, is a city in Syria located on the northeast bank of the Euphrates River...
- Rakka Ryūsui (落花流水?) is a ****anese 4koma manga written and illustrated by Ikki Sanada. The series began its serialization in Manga Time Kirara Max in...
- 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...
- 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...
- South Rakkas Crew is credited as the originators of Electro-Dancehall music, a subgenre fusing Jamaican reggae and dancehall with different forms of electro...
- 01667 The Museum of Raqqa, also known as the Ar-Raqqah Museum or Rakka Museum, was founded in 1981 on the location of a former Palace.[which?]...
- (Shakti Kapoor) and Jwaala (Aruna Irani) s**** revenge against crime boss Rakka (Amrish Puri) who cheated Jwaala and siphoned her money. Vikram meets Rajesh...
- whence Sayf al-Dawla in turn took them. Meinecke, Michael (1995). "al-Rakka". The Encyclopedia of Islam, New Edition, Volume VIII: Ned–Sam. Leiden and...
- al-Azm (fl. 1783–1810), Ottoman governor of Damascus, Aleppo, Adana, and Rakka Abdullah Pasha (born 1801), Ottoman governor of Acre and Sidon (1820–1832)...
- also served as the Ottoman governor of Cyprus (1745–46, again in 1746–47), Rakka (1746), Konya (1750), Bosnia (1750–51), Egypt (1751–52), Diyarbekir (1752–60)...