(1) On July 10, the muezzin called for the Muslim prayers from the minarets of Grenada's grand mosque once again after nearly 500 years of Muslim rule on the Iberian Peninsula.(2) Back in France, he achieved great success with his ├ö├ç├┐ode-symphonie├ö├ç├û Le DÔö£┬«sert, which includes a prayer to Allah and a muezzin 's call.(3) Yusef called the faithful to prayer five times a day as the muezzin of the mosque.(4) As dusk draws closer and the muezzin calls out for prayer, it gradually turns into a debating plaza where everything is discussed: from light social gossip to serious political issues.(5) The call to prayer from a nearby muezzin drifts over the croplands.(6) The muezzin 's call to prayer drifted over the city.(7) As the muezzin sounded the call to prayer from the local mosque, the bats started to come out and dart around us, flying and jinking through the air with grace and precision.(8) The call of the muezzin from the mosques - at first a strange, haunting cry - has now blended into the music of my day.(9) A muezzin stands at the top of the tower and calls Muslims to prayer at the five ritual times of the day.(10) Woken up with the muezzin 's call in the morning, the 400 and odd students of the school go about their curriculum in a clockwork fashion guided by caring wardens and affectionate teachers.(11) From the hilltop temple we heard the muezzin calling for noon prayers below in the bustling city of Bergama.(12) The great white marble dome of the mausoleum is flanked by free-standing minarets from which the muezzin calls the faithful to prayer.(13) As we stood overlooking the east end of town, tourists milling around us, the muezzin of a mosque down in the valley began his call to prayer.(14) He has twice visited Mecca, has 18 grandsons and is held in great respect by everyone in Barra where he is the main landlord and the honorary muezzin in the mosque.(15) They are summoned to prayer by the call of a muezzin issuing from the minarets of the many mosques that dot the Palestinian skyline.(16) We are in the Fathwat al Arab (The Arab Quarters) neighborhood in central Baghdad, within the hearing distance of a muezzin calling from the minaret of the elegant al Gailani Mosque.