JundULlah and Jaish UL Adl sprang up “in reaction to that kind of oppression,” he said.
Drabbit it, the wold castle 'UL be hardly big enow to hold all thic lumber.
Sujah Dowlah had but one lawfUL wife: he had by her but one lawfUL child, Asoph UL Dowlah.
ULla-lULla, UL′a-lUL′a, n. an Irish word for a lament for the dead.
UL′cered, affected with an ULcer; UL′cerous, of the nature of an ULcer: affected with an ULcer.
Well, Ted, I calkerlate I've got su'thing in that there waggin that 'UL astonish yer marm.
ULna, UL′na, n. the inner and larger of the two bones of the forearm:—pl.
When he came in to Zein UL Asnam, the latter rose to him and received him with the utmost reverence.
ULster, UL′stėr, n. a long and loose kind of overcoat worn by men and women, usually having a hood and belt.
One of the countless victims of the Assassin's dagger was Nizam UL MULk himself, the old school-boy friend.