Big thanks to Shayan @PasturesPolitic Pronounced, "sheer zan" (soft A like "can") Lit. "lion woman," i.e. a woman who is courageous and regal and owns the ground she inhabits. Meet Therese Patricia Okoumou, the fearless woman who spent her 2018 4th of July protesting at the Statue of Liberty demanding an end to state violence & the inhumane detention of children.
H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Crown Prince of Ras Al Khaimah
شيخ Arabic. A man of vast power, and nobility. Strictly used for royal families of the Middle East to designate the ruler of a tribe. 2.) A male born with a royal silver spoon in his mouth. Like that of a prince or a young man of nobility (e.g. Baron, Knight). 3.) Title given to an Islamic leader or cleric. 4.) Term also used by Muslims for religious reasons, to christen a scholar or leader as, "a learned man".
That crispy beach bunny turned crusty from the sun's rays. Remember in the Wizard of Oz scene where the wicked witch of the west screamed, "I'm melting, I'm melting!" Yeah, it''s something like that. Patricia Krentcil would be proud.