By Mohammad Kamiar
Abu Raihan Biruni (973-1053 CE) was once an Iranian pupil whose impressive achievements comprise predicting the lifestyles of landmasses (North and South the United States) at the contrary facet of the Earth and calculating the radius of the Earth 5 centuries sooner than the ecu Renaissance. In excellent Biruni, Mohammad S. Kamiar offers the lifetime of one of many maximum students within the background of the area: the tale of a boy who grew to become Biruni.
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Yalldowz was about sixty-five years old and had yellowish eyes like that of a tiger. He was tall and his face was full of wrinkles. ” This meant that he was receiving salary and rations from the government in Khwarazm in order to defend the borders and help the caravans have a safe passage; he was paid especially to pass on information to the government about outlaws, thieves, and highway robbers. In truth, the friendly Ghuzz would spy on the caravans’ dates of arrival and departure and inform the outlaws.
She would bake some every other 42 S Chapter Six week only. Mohammad and the dogs would eat the same food. However, anytime Yalldowz killed an animal, the dogs would have more to eat than Mohammad. They would eat most of the stomach contents and intestines and other by-products that would be thrown away by Yalldowz. Sometimes, Yalldowz would save these by-products for the next days in a secret place so neither Mohammad nor the dogs could find them. To ensure his dogs do not lose their killing instinct and hunting abilities, whenever Yalldowz had a lamb or a kid that was dying, he would set his dogs on the animal, who would tear it apart and eat it.
He could feel the place where the yoke was on his muscle. Then he heard the baby crying, who too had woken up. Mohammad sat in the sun all day long. The chill of the night had made him sick. But the sun warmed him up and relieved the pain in his muscles and bones. By noon, Tarllan gave him some watery soup with no meat and a dried piece of pita bread. He cut the bread into smaller pieces and dumped them in his soup to be soaked. The dogs also got the same kind and amount of food as Mohammad. That night he was allowed to sleep in the black tent.