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Arab

(ā`răb), in the Bible, hill town of S ancient Palestine, near Hebron.

Arab

1. a member of a Semitic people originally inhabiting Arabia, who spread throughout the Middle East, N Africa, and Spain during the seventh and eighth centuries ad
2. a lively intelligent breed of horse, mainly used for riding
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Visitors can expect to see traditional cuisine, folklore and arts and crafts each week, showcasing the strong relationship between Arabian culture and Arabian wildlife, said a spokesperson of the zoo.
TAIF: ARAB NEWS"Waba" (The Contagion) and "Sarakh Al-Qudban" (Shrieking Bars) were the two notable dramas presented on the last day of the drama festival and contest organized by the Saudi Arabian Culture and Arts Society on Thursday.
Made up of 200 small islands, Abu Dhabi s stunning beaches, expansive desert and lush oases provide a venue for exhilarating adventure or tranquil retreat while the old souks and majestic Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque recently named one of the world s top visitor attractions offer an intimate look into Arabian culture.
Marking his planned culinary debut in the UAE capital by a fact-finding visit to the city Chef Takagi was left 'mezze-morised' by Arabian culture and food.
Indian Ambassador Dr Mohan Kumar, delivering the inaugural address at the event, said that Manama, which is now seen as the capital of Arabian culture, is ideally the hub of global culture.
But it is perhaps the young filmmaker Hamzah Jamjoom who explains the mix of modern film technology and ancient Arabian culture and what he feels it signifies for the future.
Amatista bar and cigar lounge blends Arabian culture and contemporary design.
Besides year-round sunshine, fine hotels and excellent facilities for leisure, sport, shopping and dining, the emirate offers an authentic taste of traditional Arabian culture and outstanding natural beauty, including vast tracts of spectacular unspoiled desert dunes, cooling oases, miles of pristine sandy beaches and dozens of accessible islands.
One of the great aspects of Swiss-Belresort Ghantoot is that guests have convenient access to one of the world's most vibrant and exciting destinations in Dubai while still being able to enjoy the rich Arabian culture in a resort setting," said Swiss-Belhotel International chairman and president Gavin M.
According to him, Tilal Liwa Hotel is positioned as a unique desert resort providing true Arabian culture experience in all aspects.
And since the camel is an integral part of the Arabian culture, he decided the patient and hardy animal would be his vehicle during his journeys.
Salma said: "Expo 2020 means to me that Dubai would be able show the world the modern Arabian culture and learn from the world in the most civilized and elegant way.