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Pasha, Pacha or Paşa (paşa; Pashë; باشا), in older works sometimes anglicized as bashaw, was a higher rank in the Ottoman political and military system, typically granted to governors, generals, dignitaries, and others.

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In the Ottoman Empire, all Pashas (generals) administered a province of the Great Sultan's vast empire, with specific titles (such as Mutessaryf; Vali or Wāli which was often maintained and revived in the oriental successor states; Beilerbei (rendered as Governor-general, as he is appointed above several provinces under individual governors) and Dey)

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Mehemet Ali Viceroy of Egypt, by Auguste Couder, 1841.

Wali (administrative title)

Administrative title that was used in the Muslim World (including the Caliphate and Ottoman Empire) to designate governors of administrative divisions.

Administrative title that was used in the Muslim World (including the Caliphate and Ottoman Empire) to designate governors of administrative divisions.

Mehemet Ali Viceroy of Egypt, by Auguste Couder, 1841.

In Algeria, a wāli is the "governor" and administrative head of each of the 58 provinces of the country, and is chosen by the president.

"Vali" (translated as "gouverneur-général" in French, such as in the Ottoman constitution) was the title in the Ottoman Empire of the most common type of Ottoman governor, in charge of a vilayet (in Ottoman Turkish), often a military officer such as a pasha; see Subdivisions of the Ottoman Empire.