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Barbary

a historic name for a region of N Africa extending from W Egypt to the Atlantic and including the former Barbary States of Tripolitania, Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco
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The addition of the Barbary Coast to Harrah's holdings in the area considerably strengthens the company's ability to create a destination experience within the Las Vegas market.
Barbary Barbary macaques were macaques were believed to have been introduced from Africa in the 18th century by British soldiers.
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Chapter Three evaluates how French belonging and Barbary captivity came to seem incompatible, and it examines the flowering of first-person French-language captivity narratives.
22, a couple was robbed at machete-point in the afternoon on Barbary Beach.
The Barbary figs of the title first appear as symbols of a high Algerian civilization: they feature on the coat of arms of Si Mustafa, Omar's grandfather, and on his office shelves, beside trophies he has won as a successful breeder of horses.
They'll be able to arrange their day in the company of 140 Barbary macaques who roam Trentham's Monkey Forest.
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