The 18 tir uprising involved only students who were asking for greater freedoms of speech and the press.
To this day, the events of that summer day in 1999 are referred to as “The 18 tir Massacre.”
It is important to note, however, that the Itikaf holiday will end on Thursday, July 9, which is 18 tir in the Islamic calendar.
Thursday is the 10th anniversary of the day Iranians refer to simply as 18 tir.
Has the regime changed over the last decade, since the events of 18 tir?
I do not see that Monte Carlo provides much cause for indignation, beyond the tir aux pigeons, which is quite abominable.
tir, in like manner, in its derivative tireachd, the act of pursuing.
Tyrian, tir′i-an, adj. pertaining to Tyre: deep-purple, like the dye formerly prepared at Tyre.
She walk'd as if tir'd, and leaving the mare at the entrance, follow'd me into the cave.
Tyr, tir, n. the name of a war-god in the old Norse mythology, a son of Odin.