Exhibit and sale of artwork at Art Monaco 2013 to benefit The Prince Alireza Pahlavi Fund for Ancient Iran Scholarship at Harvard University.
What does Pahl stand for?
Pahl stands for Pahlavi (linguistics)
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- Preservation of American Hellenic History (Oakland, CA)
- Pennsylvania Association of Home Health Agencies (Lititz)
- Pan American Hypertension Initiative
- Pan-America Hyperbarics, Inc. (various locations)
- Pappas Amadeus Horse Indoors (horse festival; Austria)
- Physical Activity and Health Initiative
- Platform Aft High
- Porter Aviation Holdings Inc. (est. 1999; Canada)
- Preliminary Assessment of Health Impacts
- Preliminary Assessment of Health Impacts (study done for the Alternative Technologies and Approaches Project)
- Pittsburgh Amateur Hockey League (Pennsylvania)
- Pressure Alarm High Limit
- Professional, Academy for Healthcare Management
- Program Against Hunger, Malnutrition and Disease (Canadian International Development Agency)
- Pan African Historical Museum USA (Springfield, MA)
- Panhandle Area Health Network Inc. (Marianna, FL)
- Philadelphia Archdiocesan Holy Name Union (Catholic society; Philadelphia, PA)
- Pan American Health Organization (WHO)
- Pan American Health Organization of the World Health Organization
- Pediatric Asthma Health Outcome Measure (asthma study)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The nuclear option was originally proposed to the Pahlavi monarchy by the US for the same reasons.
Ayatollah Khamenei also hailed the Iranian nation's high turnout in the rallies held across the country to mark the 34th anniversary of the victory of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, which put an end to the monarchy of the US-backed Pahlavi regime in the country.
As a more remote parallel to this recently emerged archive one can mention the Pahlavi papyri, which stem from the time of the Sasanian occupation of Egypt in the early seventh century A.
It is a story as much about how President Jimmy Carter and members of his administration, at least in the opinion of such luminaries as Henry Kissinger, David Rockefeller and others, believed then and presumably still believe now that America treated Pahlavi poorly.
United in grief, the men and women openly wept on Sunday as they watched a photo montage of Pahlavi as a baby, a young boy in Iran, at his graduation from Princeton University and playing with one of his nieces.
The death of 44-year-old Alireza Pahlavi of a gunshot wound at his home in Boston brought home the personal tragedies of many who fled Iran more than three decades ago, and symbolized another lost link to the era of the Western-backed dynasty's Peacock Throne.
Alireza was born in Tehran 1n 1966 andwas the younger son of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and his third wife, Empress Farah Diba.