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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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Our new partnership with Miraj Art Center beautifully complements our existing offering of mostly contemporary art pieces, by providing access to collections steeped in history, as well as an additional insight into the Arabian culture.
This time we want to celebrate together the Arabian culture through 'Souq Al Waha' which is yet another occasion where Oasis Centre will create joyful and unique moments for families.
In addition to the international competition, the Dubai World Hospitality Championship highlighted Arabian culture and cuisine for visitors and international chefs by hosting an Emirati competition for Arabian home cooks, and amateur and professional chefs.
Al Shaqab Director Fahad Sd al Qahtani stressed on the fact that such events not only showcase the local talent and Qatar but also preserve and promote a very vital aspect of the Arabian culture.
I'm sure people who venture there know fine well they're not going to get a taste of Arabian culture - it's a place to splash about and have some fun.
Fundamental to this experience is being able to offer the warm and generous hospitality that is the hallmark of traditional Arabian culture in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
A resin extracted from the heart of the agarwood tree, Oud has been rooted to Arabian culture for centuries and made available in chips which are lit and burned as incense or made into a liquid form and sold as bottled perfume oil.
Tunisia: March 1, -- (BNA) The Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO) accentuated that the Arabic language resembles the very pillar of identity of all Arabs from the Arabian Gulf to the Atlantic Ocean and throughout the rest of the world and acts as the protective shield for Arabian culture as it embodies the treasures of Arabian heritage and embraces modern intellectual and literary creativity of the Arab nation.
Meanwhile, Swissotel Makkah, scheduled to open early next year, will offer 1,562 luxurious rooms and suites, each with a modern design complementing the values of the contemporary Arabian culture.
His Highness is fully committed to the development of knowledge as well as the spread of Islamic and Arabian culture.
The property offers 482 rooms, suites and penthouses with their modern designs complementing the values of Arabian culture.
There are also free gifts for all racegoers and a chance to sample Arabian culture, music and cuisine.
Ishtar changed her name from PaulaStaunton 12 years ago after adopting the Arabian culture.
Bahrain is a unique case of cultural tourism which has been designated as the 'Capital of Arabian Culture 2013' and the Capital of Asian Culture for three years successively, said a report.
An exclusive lifestyle choice, ideal for families, Yasmin takes residents closer to the heritage elements of the Arabian culture, which is reflected in the design inspirations.