Lacking the coercive infrastructure of the modern state, local rulers like the Ottoman beys
of Tunis focused instead on creating urban institutions, fiscal rules, and security designed to facilitate the sale and transport of African goods (slaves, ostrich feathers, and gold) to European and Ottoman destinations.
Murray finished a drive and a Bey
jumper in the lane made it 69-63 with under three minutes left.
In the gallery's brochure, the exhibition is explained: "Souad Mardam Bey
meditates on contemporary socio-political life.
An elderly British man fell in step alongside Mehmet Bey
and Ahmet Bey
as they carried his daughter, a solid woman of middle age, in their sedan chair.
The class taught Bey
that belief in your ability to lead prepares you for that opportunity.
Back in the Bay Area in the early 1990's, Bailey began covering African-American doings for the Oakland Tribune, sometimes writing positive stories about the Bey
family empire built around the bakery, which served simultaneously as a compassionate employer of ex-convicts, a community center, a mosque, and a command post for thuggery.
His first novel, Cevdet Bey
and His Sons, was published in 1982.
This article focuses on the education at one specific darulhuffaz in Konya, Turkey, called Darulhuffaz of Nasuh Bey
. The purpose of this article is to examine Darulhuffaz of Nasuh Bey
's system of education, its charitable foundation, as well as its education based on information available in the Ottoman Archives, in Konya, Ankara, and Istanbul, Turkey.
and Tomas Gallareta, of Mexico's National Institute of Archaeology and History, have previously found that the Maya had inhabited the Puuc region since 500 B.C.
The Prooff brand brings together strands of Bey
's work on how product design can transform the workplace.
After the initial confusion, project leaders divided the investigation into beats or areas of interest surrounding the Bey