pahlavi in English

noun
1
the name of two shahs of Iran.
2
an Aramaic-based writing system used in Persia from the 2nd century bc to the advent of Islam in the 7th century ad . It was also used for the recording of ancient Avestan sacred texts.
During the reign of the Medes, the Iranians adopted the Babylon Cuneiform symbols and later they created the Avesta and Pahlavi scripts using Arami scripts.

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1. Pahlavi was born Farah Dibaan only child.

2. In 1925, Reza Shah Pahlavi seized power from the Qajars and established the new Pahlavi dynasty.

3. Mohammad Reza Pahlavi , the Shah of Iran, died in Ehypt in exile.

4. The word "faravahar" actually is Pahlavi, or Middle Persian.

5. Pahlavi, was the son of the former shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, who was overthrown in 1979 and died the following year in exile in Cairo, Egypt.

6. In October 1971, Muhammad Reza Pahlavi gave a party to excel all parties.

7. Pahlavi, 44, was the son of the former shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, who was overthrown in 1979 and died the following year in exile in Cairo, Egypt.

8. In October 19 Muhammad Reza Pahlavi gave a party to excel all parties.

9. The second-to-last Shah, Reza Pahlavi , asked the world to call the country Iran in 19 but in 1959 Mohammad Reza Pahlavi announced that both Persia and Iran can be used interchangeably.

10. The second-to-last Shah, Reza Pahlavi , asked the world to call the country Iran in 1935, but in 1959 Mohammad Reza Pahlavi announced that both Persia and Iran can be used interchangeably.

11. People marched on the streets asking for the overturn of the Pahlavi dynasty.

12. The guerillas aim was to defeat the Pahlavi regime by assassination and guerilla war.

13. Following Mossadeq"s fall, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi (Iran"s monarch) grew increasingly dictatorial.

14. 24 Pahlavi talked about her life and work Wednesday in an interview at her home in Potomac.

15. Pahlavi talked about her life and work Wednesday in an interview at her home in Potomac.

16. But after a second plot staged a few days later succeeded, Pahlavi was allowed to return to power.

17. A 1953 coup in support of Pahlavi — backed by the Americans and British — failed and the Shah was forced to flee.

18. Iran has had a theocratic Shiite regime since Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi was ousted in the Islamic Revolution of 1979.

19. Under the Pahlavi shahs, Assyrians, Armenians, Jews, Zoroastrians, and Baha'is regained some of their rights and came to represent the modernizing elements of 20th century society.

20. Its last monarch, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, was overthrown in 1979 but replaced by yet another autocrat, the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.

21. Along with Sanskrit (1785) other languages were deciphered: Pahlavi in 1793, cuneiforms in 1803, hieroglyphs in 1822, and Avestan in 1832.

22. Since the collapse of the Pahlavi monarchy in Iran in 1979, the U. S. began to build up unilaterally a military power in the region.

23. Iran has had a theocratic Shiite regime since Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi was ousted in the Islamic Revolution of 19

24. Kahlili describes the immediate aftermath of the 1979 revolution against Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi as a special time in Iran.

25. Iran's merchants were an important part of the opposition movement that swept Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi from power in 1979.

26. Along with Sanskrit (17 other languages were deciphered: Pahlavi in 17 cuneiforms in 180 hieroglyphs in 18 and Avestan in 18

27. Its last monarch, Shah Reza Pahlavi, was overthrown in 19 but he was replaced by yet another autocrat, the Ayatollah Khomeini.

28. Later, the United States supported the rule of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi. He fled the Islamic Revolution in nineteen seventy-nine.

29. Its last monarch, Shah Reza Pahlavi, was overthrown in 1979, but he was replaced by yet another autocrat[Sentence dictionary], the Ayatollah Khomeini.

30. 17 Later, the United States supported the rule of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi. He fled the Islamic Revolution in nineteen seventy-nine.

31. At the end of 1977, a political turbulence against the monarchy regime broke up, forcing the Pahlavi family going into exile on 16 Jan. 1979.

32. Iran and Egypt broke off diplomatic relations in 1979 because of Egypt to make peace with Israel, hosting of the deposed Shah of Iran Pahlavi.