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  • Hasan Agha

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  • Mammad Hasan agha Javanshir

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  • Agha Hasan Amanat

    Agha Hasan Amanat ("آغا حسن "امانت, b. 1815, d. 1858) was an Urdu poet, writer and playwright of the nineteenth century from the Indian city of Lucknow. He was affiliated with the court of Wajid Ali Shah, the princely ruler of Awadh. His name was Agha Hasan Ali, while "Amanat" was his nom de plume (or takhallus ). He is also referred to as Amanat Lakhnavi (i.e. Amanat of Lucknow) and Mirza Amanat.

  • Papy Abedi

    Mwimbi Papy Abedi (born June 30, 1978) is a Congolese-Swedish mixed martial artist. He formerly competed in the Middleweight and Welterweight divisions for the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

  • Jasmine Abedi

    Jasmine Abedi is an American writer, producer and attorney of Iranian descent.

  • Ali Abedi

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