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Muhammad Ali1 British & World English

(1769–1849), Ottoman viceroy and pasha of Egypt 1805–49, possibly of Albanian descent. He modernized Egypt’s infrastructure, making it the leading power in the eastern Mediterranean, and established a dynasty that survived until 1952

Muhammad Ali2 British & World English

(B.1942), American boxer; born Cassius Marcellus Clay. He won the world heavyweight title in 1964, 1974, and 1978, becoming the only boxer to be world champion three times

Muhammad Ali New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(1769–1849), Ottoman viceroy and pasha of Egypt 1805–49

Jinnah, Muhammad Ali British & World English

(1876–1948), Indian statesman and founder of Pakistan. He headed the Muslim League in its struggle with the Hindu-oriented Indian National Congress over Indian independence, and in 1947 he became the first Governor General and President of Pakistan

Mirza Ali Muhammad in Babism British & World English

A religion founded in 1844 by the Persian Mirza Ali Muhammad of Shiraz (1819–50) (popularly known as ‘the Bab’), who taught that a new prophet would follow Muhammad

Sidi Muhammad ibn Ali es-Senussi in Senussi British & World English

A member of a North African Muslim religious fraternity founded in 1837 by Sidi Muhammad ibn Ali es-Senussi (d.1859)