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Michael Spinks: …winning a round decision over Dwight Qawi in Spinks won four more title-defense bouts. He then gained 25 pounds and in September became the first reigning light heavyweight champion to topple a heavyweight champion when he won a round decision over Larry Holmes for the International Boxing Federation….
Afghanistan: Cultural life: …are also identified by their qawm, a term that can refer to affinity with almost any kind of social group. Particular responsibilities and advantages go…. The winds may come from any point of the compass and vary in intensity from zephyr to gale. Qawwali, in India and Pakistan, an energetic musical performance of Sufi Muslim poetry that aims to lead listeners to a state of religious ecstasy—to a spiritual union with Allah God. The music was popularized outside of South Asia in the late 20th century, owing largely to its promotion by the.
Sudan: Relief: …of the Sahara; the western Qawz, an area of undulating sand dunes that merges northward into the rock desert; and a central-southern clay plain. After a series of mediocre movies, he again found box-office…. The present town, which lies in a broad valley, was founded in the 15th century to replace an older town. Kairouan, town located in north-central Tunisia.
The town, one of the holy cities of Islam, lies on the Basse Steppe Low Steppes , a semiarid alluvial plain southeast of the Central Tell. It was built between and and has a massive square form. The tribes feuded constantly, and, after about the middle of the 6th century, the Kindah princes were forced by the local tribesmen to withdraw once more to southern Arabia.
Syr Darya: …deposits in the vicinity of Qazaly, Kazakhstan. The river freezes in its lower reaches from December to March. Kazakhstan, country of Central Asia. It is bounded on the northwest and north by Russia, on the east by China, and on the south by Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, the Aral Sea, and Turkmenistan; the Caspian Sea bounds Kazakhstan to the southwest.