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Saʿādat Khān, chief of the Bar Muhmand tribe, 362Ṣābir Shāh, a dervish, 418Saʿd Allāh, Qāżī al-qużāt and former high governor of Harāt, 13Ṣadr al-Dīn, Shaykh, known as “Ṣadr-i Jahān,” son of Shaykh Aḥmad Zhandah Pīl, 382, 450-51Ṣafdar ʿAlī Qizilbāsh, Mīrzā, tax collector for Ghūrī and Baghlān, 326Ṣafdar, employee of the Iranian Legation, 292Ṣafiyah “S̱amar al-Sirāj,” daughter of Amīr Ḥabīb Allāh Khān, 135Safūrah, daughter of Amīr Ḥabīb Allāh Khān, 135Sahhāk-i Ghilzāʾī, 380Saʿīd Muḥammad Khān, ...

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