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Synonyms for Beduin

a member of a nomadic tribe of Arabs


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It is a dream come true for the Beduin population as solar energy will provide fixed sources of income and economic benefit to the Beduin in the Negev.
Abarbanel disputes this interpretation, stating that the natural substance called man by the Beduin is in fact named after the miraculous man, not the other way around.
The Beduin were stunning--flowing robes in black and brown and cream, with flashes of red, agals like crowns.
Her companions are a dog, a rooster and cats which protect the old beduin woman from snakes and other reptiles that lurk around her lonely home.
Others followed Ottoman/Turkish practice such as giving direct subventions to the beduin chiefs of the desert.
The series will be different than many other beduin drama series, where it will have great deal of action.
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This officer arrived at the Sayyid Ahmed's camp, and under his supervision, he dealt with organizing and training of al-Sanusiyah and Beduin tribal military forces in Turkish army's style.
There are the donkey C[pounds sterling]taxiC[yen] owners who have their designated patch to operate in and go no further lest they incur the wrath of another Beduin also trying to make a living.
In 1886, he commissioned Petrie to photograph and catalog the skulls "of different enemies and allies--Libyans, Hittites, Syrians, Nubians and Beduin [sic]--depicted on the walls of temples and tombs in Egypt" (Drower, Flinders Petrie 106).
In Amman, the Hashemite monarchy and its Beduin army are trying to govern a population with a Palestinian majority.
In Le Monde Diplomatique Joseph Algazy has written of the queues of single mothers, the homeless, the unemployed, and even Beduin ejected from their traditional land, lining up or sleeping on the pavement outside Israeli government offices in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, all of them victims of Sharon's neo-conservative, 'anti-social' policies.
founded Beduin Communications, later acquired by Sun Microsystems,
Al-Jawhar[bar{i}], who was from Farab (Utr[bar{a}]r) in northern Transoxania, traveled widely, spending time with the Beduin in Syria and Hij[bar{a}]z, and eventually settling in Nays[bar{a}]b[bar{u}]r where he died in 397/1007.
Sun acquired browser technology last year from Beduin Communications Inc, and there was a suspicion that Beduin would overlap with the STNC product.