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Order Of Ouissam Alaouite
The Order of Ouissam Alaouite () or the Sharifian Order of Al-Alaoui is a military decoration of Morocco which is bestowed by the King of Morocco upon those civilians and military officers who have displayed heroism in combat or have contributed meritorious service to the Moroccan state. The decoration was established on 11 January 1913 in replacement of the Order of Ouissam Hafidien. It is awarded in five classes: Grand Cordon (''Grand cordon''), Grand Officer (''Grand Officier''), Commander (''Commandeur''), Officer (''Officier'') and Knight (''Chevalier''). The Order of Ouissam Alaouite is similar to the Legion of Merit, awarded by the United States military. History The order of Ouissam Alaouite was created during the colonial period. The French authorities in Morocco considered it necessary to have the power to bestow an official honour or decoration in response to loyal service; and they wanted to avoid over-burdening the bureaucracy of the order of the Légion d'Honneur ...
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Paul Biya
Paul Biya (born Paul Barthélemy Biya'a bi Mvondo; 13 February 1933) is a Cameroonian politician serving as the president of Cameroon since 6 November 1982.Profile of Biya at Cameroonian presidency web site
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Biography at 2004 presidential election web site
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He is the second-longest-ruling president in Africa, the longest-ruling non-royal leader in the world, and the
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John Edwin Bircher III
John is a common English name and surname: * John (given name) * John (surname), including a list of people who have the name John John may also refer to: New Testament Works *Johannine literature ** Gospel of John, a title often shortened to John ** Johannine epistles ***First Epistle of John, often shortened to 1 John ***Second Epistle of John, often shortened to 2 John ***Third Epistle of John, often shortened to 3 John **Book of Revelation, the Revelation of Saint John the Divine People *John the Baptist (died c. 30  AD), regarded as a prophet and the forerunner of Jesus Christ *Authorship of the Johannine works of the New Testament, sometimes identified as: **John the Apostle (lived c. 30  AD), one of the twelve apostles of Jesus **John the Evangelist, assigned author of the Fourth Gospel, once identified with the Apostle **John of Patmos, also known as John the Divine or John the Revelator, the author of the Book of Revelation, once identified with the Apostle ...
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Anthony Bailey (PR Advisor)
Anthony John James Bailey, (born 13 January 1970) is a British public relations consultant. Personal life and background Bailey was born in London on 13 January 1970 and brought up in Ruislip. His father, Colin, was an engineer and instructor at FÁS, an Irish state body responsible for training the unemployed. Before entering public relations, Bailey sold men's suits. Public relations Bailey is chairman of Anthony Bailey Consulting, a public relations company. Previous positions include chairman of his own company Eligo International, and senior account director for communications firm Burson-Marsteller, which he joined in 1993.Jamie Doward"PR guru behind Brown cash drive" ''The Observer'' 27 May 2007, accessed 14 June 2016 Eligo Consulting was dissolved in January 2016 with their final accounts showing funds of -£85,000. Anthony Bailey Consulting did not trade until 2016, and in accounts posted that year showed liabilities of more than £40,000. Anthony Bailey Consulting ...
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Albert I Of Belgium
Albert I (8 April 1875 – 17 February 1934) reigned as King of the Belgians from 1909 to 1934. He ruled during an eventful period in the history of Belgium, which included the period of World War I (1914–1918), when 90 percent of Belgium was overrun, occupied, and ruled by the German Empire. Other crucial issues included the adoption of the Treaty of Versailles in June 1919, the ruling of the Belgian Congo as an overseas possession of the Kingdom of Belgium along with the League of Nations mandate of Ruanda-Urundi, the reconstruction of Belgium following the war, and the first five years of the Great Depression (1929–1934). King Albert died in a mountaineering accident in eastern Belgium in 1934, at the age of 58, and he was succeeded by his son Leopold III (). He is popularly referred to as the "Knight King" (''roi-chevalier'' or ''koning-ridder'') or "Soldier King" (''roi-soldat'' or ''koning-soldaat'') in Belgium in reference to his role during World War I. Early life A ...
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Ordre De L'Ouissam Alaouite GC Ribbon (Maroc)
A suite, in Western classical music and jazz, is an ordered set of instrumental or orchestral/concert band pieces. It originated in the late 14th century as a pairing of dance tunes and grew in scope to comprise up to five dances, sometimes with a prelude, by the early 17th century. The separate movements were often thematically and tonally linked. The term can also be used to refer to similar forms in other musical traditions, such as the Turkish fasıl and the Arab nuubaat. In the Baroque era the suite was an important musical form, also known as ''Suite de danses'', ''Ordre'' (the term favored by François Couperin), ''Partita'' or ''Ouverture'' (after the theatrical "overture" which often included a series of dances) as with the orchestral suites of Christoph Graupner, Telemann and J.S. Bach. During the 18th century the suite fell out of favour as a cyclical form, giving way to the symphony, sonata and concerto. It was revived in the later 19th century, but in a different form, ...
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Ordre De L'Ouissam Alaouite GO Ribbon (Maroc)
A suite, in Western classical music and jazz, is an ordered set of instrumental or orchestral/concert band pieces. It originated in the late 14th century as a pairing of dance tunes and grew in scope to comprise up to five dances, sometimes with a prelude, by the early 17th century. The separate movements were often thematically and tonally linked. The term can also be used to refer to similar forms in other musical traditions, such as the Turkish fasıl and the Arab nuubaat. In the Baroque era the suite was an important musical form, also known as ''Suite de danses'', ''Ordre'' (the term favored by François Couperin), ''Partita'' or ''Ouverture'' (after the theatrical "overture" which often included a series of dances) as with the orchestral suites of Christoph Graupner, Telemann and J.S. Bach. During the 18th century the suite fell out of favour as a cyclical form, giving way to the symphony, sonata and concerto. It was revived in the later 19th century, but in a different form, ...
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Ordre De L'Ouissam Alaouite Commandeur Ribbon (Maroc)
A suite, in Western classical music and jazz, is an ordered set of instrumental or orchestral/concert band pieces. It originated in the late 14th century as a pairing of dance tunes and grew in scope to comprise up to five dances, sometimes with a prelude, by the early 17th century. The separate movements were often thematically and tonally linked. The term can also be used to refer to similar forms in other musical traditions, such as the Turkish fasıl and the Arab nuubaat. In the Baroque era the suite was an important musical form, also known as ''Suite de danses'', ''Ordre'' (the term favored by François Couperin), ''Partita'' or ''Ouverture'' (after the theatrical "overture" which often included a series of dances) as with the orchestral suites of Christoph Graupner, Telemann and J.S. Bach. During the 18th century the suite fell out of favour as a cyclical form, giving way to the symphony, sonata and concerto. It was revived in the later 19th century, but in a different form, ...
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Ordre De L'Ouissam Alaouite Officier Ribbon (Maroc)
A suite, in Western classical music and jazz, is an ordered set of instrumental or orchestral/concert band pieces. It originated in the late 14th century as a pairing of dance tunes and grew in scope to comprise up to five dances, sometimes with a prelude, by the early 17th century. The separate movements were often thematically and tonally linked. The term can also be used to refer to similar forms in other musical traditions, such as the Turkish fasıl and the Arab nuubaat. In the Baroque era the suite was an important musical form, also known as ''Suite de danses'', ''Ordre'' (the term favored by François Couperin), ''Partita'' or ''Ouverture'' (after the theatrical "overture" which often included a series of dances) as with the orchestral suites of Christoph Graupner, Telemann and J.S. Bach. During the 18th century the suite fell out of favour as a cyclical form, giving way to the symphony, sonata and concerto. It was revived in the later 19th century, but in a different form, ...
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MAR Order Of The Ouissam Alaouite - Grand Cross (1913-1956) BAR
Mor (vernacular pronunciation) or Mar (from syc|ܡܪܝ ', written with a silent final yodh) is a title of respect in Syriac, literally meaning 'my lord'. It is given to all saints and is also used before Christian name of bishops. The corresponding feminine form given to women saints is Marth or Morth (, '). The title is placed before the Christian name, as in Mar Aprem/Mor Afrem (Ephrem the Syrian) and Marth/Morth Maryam (Mary, mother of Jesus). The variant ''Maran'' or ''Moran'' (, '), meaning "Our Lord", is a particular title given to Jesus, either alone or in combination with other names and titles. Likewise, ''Martan'' or ''Mortan'' (, ', "Our Lady") is a title of Mary, mother of Jesus. Occasionally, the term ''Maran'' or ''Moran'' has been used of various Eastern Christian patriarchs and catholicoi, who started using it in the recent centuries. The Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch, the Jacobite Syrian Catholicos use titles are called ''Aboon Mor'' and the Malankara Orth ...
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MAR Order Of The Ouissam Alaouite - Grand Officer (1913-1956) BAR
Mor (vernacular pronunciation) or Mar (from syc|ܡܪܝ ', written with a silent final yodh) is a title of respect in Syriac, literally meaning 'my lord'. It is given to all saints and is also used before Christian name of bishops. The corresponding feminine form given to women saints is Marth or Morth (, '). The title is placed before the Christian name, as in Mar Aprem/Mor Afrem (Ephrem the Syrian) and Marth/Morth Maryam (Mary, mother of Jesus). The variant ''Maran'' or ''Moran'' (, '), meaning "Our Lord", is a particular title given to Jesus, either alone or in combination with other names and titles. Likewise, ''Martan'' or ''Mortan'' (, ', "Our Lady") is a title of Mary, mother of Jesus. Occasionally, the term ''Maran'' or ''Moran'' has been used of various Eastern Christian patriarchs and catholicoi, who started using it in the recent centuries. The Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch, the Jacobite Syrian Catholicos use titles are called ''Aboon Mor'' and the Malankara Orth ...
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MAR Order Of The Ouissam Alaouite - Commander (1913-1956) BAR
Mor (vernacular pronunciation) or Mar (from syc|ܡܪܝ ', written with a silent final yodh) is a title of respect in Syriac, literally meaning 'my lord'. It is given to all saints and is also used before Christian name of bishops. The corresponding feminine form given to women saints is Marth or Morth (, '). The title is placed before the Christian name, as in Mar Aprem/Mor Afrem (Ephrem the Syrian) and Marth/Morth Maryam (Mary, mother of Jesus). The variant ''Maran'' or ''Moran'' (, '), meaning "Our Lord", is a particular title given to Jesus, either alone or in combination with other names and titles. Likewise, ''Martan'' or ''Mortan'' (, ', "Our Lady") is a title of Mary, mother of Jesus. Occasionally, the term ''Maran'' or ''Moran'' has been used of various Eastern Christian patriarchs and catholicoi, who started using it in the recent centuries. The Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch, the Jacobite Syrian Catholicos use titles are called ''Aboon Mor'' and the Malankara Orth ...
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MAR Order Of The Ouissam Alaouite - Officer (1913-1956) BAR
Mor (vernacular pronunciation) or Mar (from syc|ܡܪܝ ', written with a silent final yodh) is a title of respect in Syriac, literally meaning 'my lord'. It is given to all saints and is also used before Christian name of bishops. The corresponding feminine form given to women saints is Marth or Morth (, '). The title is placed before the Christian name, as in Mar Aprem/Mor Afrem (Ephrem the Syrian) and Marth/Morth Maryam (Mary, mother of Jesus). The variant ''Maran'' or ''Moran'' (, '), meaning "Our Lord", is a particular title given to Jesus, either alone or in combination with other names and titles. Likewise, ''Martan'' or ''Mortan'' (, ', "Our Lady") is a title of Mary, mother of Jesus. Occasionally, the term ''Maran'' or ''Moran'' has been used of various Eastern Christian patriarchs and catholicoi, who started using it in the recent centuries. The Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch, the Jacobite Syrian Catholicos use titles are called ''Aboon Mor'' and the Malankara Orth ...
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MAR Order Of The Ouissam Alaouite - Knight (1913-1956) BAR
Mor (vernacular pronunciation) or Mar (from syc|ܡܪܝ ', written with a silent final yodh) is a title of respect in Syriac, literally meaning 'my lord'. It is given to all saints and is also used before Christian name of bishops. The corresponding feminine form given to women saints is Marth or Morth (, '). The title is placed before the Christian name, as in Mar Aprem/Mor Afrem (Ephrem the Syrian) and Marth/Morth Maryam (Mary, mother of Jesus). The variant ''Maran'' or ''Moran'' (, '), meaning "Our Lord", is a particular title given to Jesus, either alone or in combination with other names and titles. Likewise, ''Martan'' or ''Mortan'' (, ', "Our Lady") is a title of Mary, mother of Jesus. Occasionally, the term ''Maran'' or ''Moran'' has been used of various Eastern Christian patriarchs and catholicoi, who started using it in the recent centuries. The Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch, the Jacobite Syrian Catholicos use titles are called ''Aboon Mor'' and the Malankara Orth ...
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