*  Scorzoneroides
Morocco Scorzoneroides Express yourself. Organize your knowledge. Expand your mind. Discover the world. Revolvy connects you ...
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*  The Plant Pathology Journal
Morocco, Mexico, Syria, Lebanon, Australia, South Africa, Italy, Japan, America, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Egypt, China and Palestine ...
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*  Point of No Return: Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries: February 2014
Most are refugees from Iran, Morocco and Kurdistan.. It's Israel Apartheid Week. The smear is being refuted by a grassroots ... In the streets of Morocco, Bahrain, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia as well as in those of Egypt, Syria, Iraq, and Lebanon, one of ... Around 300 people - most of whom had fled persecution from Iraq to Morocco, Syria, Libya and Iran - came together on February ... In some places, these traditions persist: Visitors to the region around Errachidia in southern Morocco, also known as Ksar Souk ...
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*  Safi, Morocco - Wikipedia
... then capital of Morocco, helped expand the maritime trade in the city. Louis De Chénier, consul of the French court in Morocco ... The Rugby Union team of the same name is one of Morocco's best, having won the "Coupe du Trône" several times. Edmond Amran El ... After 1541, the city played a major role in Morocco as one of the safest and biggest seaports in the country. Many ambassadors ... A French Navy captive, Bidé de Maurville, who wrote the account of his stay in Morocco in his 1765 book Relations de l'affaire ...
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*  Morocco Omari - Wikipedia
Meet the cast video series: Morocco Omari TheGrioLive: Morocco Omari from Empire Empire' Morocco Omari talks Roots, Acting and ... www.lct.org/shows/people/morocco-omari/ "Morocco Omari". Chicago. Retrieved 2018-01-03. "One-On-One With Morocco Omari". People ... Morocco is Tariq Cousins, and Terrence is Lucious Lyon. Taraji P. Henson is Cookie Lyon. Morocco's film credits known for; Gun ... Morocco Omari is a film, television, and theater actor, screenwriter, producer, and a director. Morocco was born in Chicago, ...
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*  Matmata, Morocco - Wikipedia
Matmata is a town in Taza Province, Fès-Meknès, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 2,194. Morocco ...
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*  Bouarfa, Morocco - Wikipedia
Morocco. 8 April 2015. Retrieved 29 September 2017. Morocco 2004 Census "Festival international des nomades Beni Guil" (in ... Bouarfa (also Bou 'rfa), is a city in Oriental Region in northeastern Morocco and the capital of Figuig Province. According to ...
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*  Tissa, Morocco - Wikipedia
World Gazetteer Tissa,Morocco Page. Directory of Cities, Towns, and Regions in Morocco Coordinates: 35°01′22″N 4°08′27″W /  ... Tissa is a town in Taounate Province, Fès-Meknès, Morocco. ...
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*  Morocco (disambiguation) - Wikipedia
Morocco is a country in Africa. Morocco may also refer to: Morocco, Indiana, USA Morocco, West Virginia, USA Morocco (1930 film ... El Morocco, a famous nightclub in New York City Morocco leather See also: Marocco (also spelled Morocco), a 16th-century ...
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*  Minhag Morocco - Wikipedia
... the Ashkenazic minhag and even the presence of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement in Morocco. Minhag Morocco can be considered a sub ... Minhag Morocco (Hebrew:מנהג מרוקו) refers to the religious customs adopted by Moroccan Jewry, from the Hebrew "Minhag", or ... Minhag Morocco itself is not monolithic. Even within the Moroccan Minhag there are variations, most notably those between the ... The Moroccan Minhag is extant today in the small Jewish community that remains in Morocco as well as in many "diaspora" ...
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*  Greater Morocco - Wikipedia
... although Morocco claims Western Sahara and the Spanish plazas de soberanía on its northern coast. Morocco's refusal to accept ... 646 Greater Morocco Archived 2011-07-24 at the Wayback Machine. Linnee, Susan (July 23, 2002). "Spain and Morocco agree to ... As a consequence, Morocco is the only African country to step out of the union, because the Polisario Front, representing the ... Greater Morocco is a label historically used by some Moroccan nationalist political leaders protesting against Spanish, ...
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*  Aita (Morocco) - Wikipedia
In Morocco, the Aita Festival is organized in Safi. It has been introduced in Morocco by the Bedouin tribes arrived in the ... Aita means in Arabic, "call, cry or lament" and is a Bedouin musical style that originates from the countryside of Morocco. It ...
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*  Morocco Open - Wikipedia
The Morocco Open or Rabat Grand Prix (for sponsorship reasons called the Grand Prix de SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem), is a ... The event started in July 2001 in Casablanca, Morocco. It stayed there until 2005, when it was moved to Rabat. In 2007, it was ... The tournament is named after Princess Lalla Meryem, the sister of Mohammed VI, King of Morocco. From 2005 through 2008, the ... women's professional tennis tournament currently held in Rabat, Morocco. This WTA Tour event is classified as an International ...
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*  Morocco (film) - Wikipedia
Morocco on IMDb Morocco at the TCM Movie Database Morocco at AllMovie Morocco at Virtual History The Legionnaire and the Lady ... "Morocco (1930)". The New York Times. Retrieved September 16, 2012. "Catalog of Feature Films: Morocco". AFI. Retrieved 6 ... Morocco was nominated for four Academy Awards in the categories of Best Actress in a Leading Role (Marlene Dietrich), Best Art ... It opens in Morocco, with the French Foreign Legion returning from a campaign. Among them is Légionnaire Private Tom Brown ( ...
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*  Abda (Morocco) - Wikipedia
It is one of five quasi-Makhzen tribes of Morocco." Morocco is in turmoil: 1902-1903 [there ans-- percent] By Eugene Aubin. The ... They have been established in Western Morocco since the end of the Marinid era. "The Abda are a powerful tribe, consisting of ... Abda (Arabic: عبدة) is an tribal confederacy of Morocco, of Arab Bani Maqil origin. ...
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*  Madagh, Morocco - Wikipedia
Madagh, Morocco is a town in Berkane Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 2312. ...
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*  Boumia, Morocco - Wikipedia
Boumia is a town in Midelt Province, Drâa-Tafilalet, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 12,444. " ...
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*  Akka, Morocco - Wikipedia
aqqa) is a town in Tata Province, Souss-Massa, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it had a population of 7,102. "World ...
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*  Zaida, Morocco - Wikipedia
Zaida is a town in Midelt Province, Drâa-Tafilalet, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 4968. "World ...
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*  Guigou, Morocco - Wikipedia
Guigou is a town in Boulemane Province, Fès-Meknès, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 7,976. "World ...
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*  Morocco leather - Wikipedia
Morocco leather (also Levant Morocco or the French Maroquin, or German Saffian from Safi a Moroccan town famous for leather, or ... Originally Morocco leather was imported to Europe from Morocco, and from the late 16th century it was valued in luxury ... Morocco leather is practically always dyed, traditionally most often red or black, but green, brown or other colors also were ... For example, French Morocco is a variety made of sheepskin. The tanning process varied widely, but the traditional tanning ...
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*  Morocco Mirror - Wikipedia
Morocco Mirror was an English-language e-newspaper based in Morocco. It ceased updating since April 2013. Morocco Mirror was ... The editors of Morocco Mirror were those who wrote for Morocco Times. They were mostly based in Casablanca and Agadir. However ... "About Us". Morocco Mirror. Retrieved 1 October 2013. "New Online English Daily in Morocco". Topix. 2 December 2002. Retrieved 1 ... List of newspapers in Morocco "Electronic Journalism: New Anglophone Newspaper Launched in Morocco". PR News. Agadir. 8 ...
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*  Chaouia (Morocco) - Wikipedia
Throughout Morocco's history, the Chaouia was famous for farming wheat and barley, which were exported in years of abundance ... Chaouia (Arabic: الشاوية‎) is a historical and ethno-geographical region of Morocco. It is bounded by the Oum Er-Rbia River to ... In the 13th and 14th centuries, Marinids moved some Zenata Berbers from Eastern Morocco to the Chaouia. In the early 20th ... In 1907, the French entered the region before extending their control over all Morocco. During the French protectorate, the ...
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*  Habbo, Morocco - Wikipedia
Habbo is a settlement in Chichaoua Province, Marrakesh-Safi, Morocco of Africa. Coordinates: 31°12′N 9°00′W / 31.200°N 9.000° ...
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