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Originally appearing in Volume V25, Page 154 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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SIRDAR, or SARDAR (Persian sardar, meaning a leader or joint; and the bones of the fore-arm are about equally
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developed, officer)
  ,a title applied to native nobles in India, e.g. the sirdars and generally welded together at both extremities . The carpus is of the Deccan . Sirdar Bahadur is an
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Indian military distinction; short and broad, and the digits five in number, with moderately and Sirdar is now the official title of the
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commander-in-chief elongated and flattened phalanges, which are never increased beyond athe number usual in Mammalia .

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