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Sharr-bee-n
Origin - Arabic/French Revolution era.

Family name pertaining to the original underwriters of the Middle East. Those belonging to the Sharbeen name were regarded as the authoritarians of insurance law. The name was originally introduced in the 1200s from the famous underwriter Andreos Al-Yasa Sharbeen whom originally introduced the concept of communal/shared living titles known as "Strata Plans" in today's society.

During the French Revolution, Napoleon travelled to Beirut (French Bayreuth) and fathered a child named with a local prostitute whose last name was Sharbeen. Napoleon did not wish to pass on his legacy to the bastard child so he adopted his mother's whom named him Andrew Fatima Sharbeen.

Despite being a male, his mother's legacy continued down the family line thought the coming centuries as the family was always regarded as the whoring types. The name Sharbeen then took on a second meaning and was a term given to those who commit adultery or rent themselves out to others.
ANDREW! YOU ARE A BAD SON AND A LOUSEY UNDERWRITER!

I ONLY JUST KNOW REALISED THAT SHARBEEN IS PART OF THE STRATA PLAN. THE QUESTION IS NOW, IS HE A SEPERATE UNIT OR IS HE A COMMON AREA?
by STRATAPLAN77 June 28, 2018
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