Arab

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Synonyms for Arab

a member of a Semitic people originally from the Arabian peninsula and surrounding territories who speaks Arabic and who inhabits much of the Middle East and northern Africa

a spirited graceful and intelligent riding horse native to Arabia

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Based on what I've seen, my book appeals to all ages and cultures -- people who are not familiar with Arabic cuisine but are fascinated to know more, health-conscious people who understand how wonderful the food of the Mediterranean is, and, of course, Arabic people who want to keep cooking their food and are looking for a modern take on traditional recipes.
For more than a decade, Birza's paintings were based on photographs of Arabic people and historical events, and tended to involve the confrontation between Fast and West.
com), the committee said, " The national committee of the GMJ in Gaza Strip calls the Palestinian people, Islamic and national factions, our organizations, Islamic and Arabic people, and the liberals of the world to be ready to participate effectively with our rally on the 63rd anniversary of Palestine's land day, 30th March.
They ask how Jewish and Arabic people can live together.
The Egyptian people love the American people but why did America stand by Israel and forget the Arabic people," he said at his cafe as the television showed the Al Arabiya channel broadcasting images of the celebrations from Tahrir Square.
The Pearl of Arabia represents the perpetual memories of the Arabic people, back when the region's economic life depended heavily on the ancient art of pearl diving," a statement said.
Speaking about 9/11, Ronnie says the world-changing event prompted more interest from the wider community into Arabic people and wise comedians like himself used this as an opportunity to educate people.
With its design rich in Arabian Gulf heritage, the 'Pearl of Arabia' represents the perpetual memories of the Arabic people, back when the region's economic life depended heavily on the ancient art of pearl diving.