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Sentence count:11Posted:2021-08-23Updated:2021-08-23
Similar words: sunnahsavannahjinnhannah arendtjinnijinneesavannah riverpinnaMeaning: n. Indian statesman who was the founder of Pakistan as a Muslim state (1876-1948). 
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1, Jinnah was now free to cancel his acceptance of the scheme.
2, The victims of Jinnah were as oblivious as he to the mathematics of minorities and to practical considerations.
3, Jinnah had an equal number of meetings with Mountbatten in the same period.
4, Yet the irreligious Jinnah wanted two religious states, while the religious Gandhi would countenance only a united secular state.
5, The death of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, its founder, after a year, was a fatal blow to the first vision; Islamist rhetoric was a tempting tool for his successors.
6, Jinnah realized that the Muslim Union must take measures to unite the Muslim organizations under its leadership and contend against the National Congress Party.
7, Responsibility for turning Pakistan from the country that Jinnah hoped it would become into the bloodstained place it is today must be widely shared, but there are a few obvious culprits.
8, Beijing Jinnah paint factory in the north of Miyun county near the small railway station Tangzhuang!
9, Nobody could have been more opposite to the flamboyant Sukarno,[] or even the haughty Jinnah or the mercurial Nehru.
10, Four days after his arrival, the new Viceroy invited Jinnah and Gandhi to come to see him.
11, A relative of an Airblue plane crash victim places his hand over the casket inside an ambulance after the body arrived at Karachi's Jinnah International Airport.
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