Susah


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Susah

(so͞o`sä) or

Sousse

(so͞os), ancient Hadrumetum, city (1994 pop. 125,000), NE Tunisia, on the Gulf of Hammamat, an arm of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a fishing port and export point for olive oil. The city was founded c.9th cent. B.C. by the Phoenicians. It was destroyed (A.D. 434) by the Vandals and rebuilt by Justinian. Susah was briefly held by Roger II of Sicily (c.1150). Ancient remains include Christian catacombs.

Sousse

, Susa, Susah
a port in E Tunisia, on the Mediterranean: founded by the Phoenicians in the 9th century bc. Pop.: 191 000 (2005 est.)
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Infantry units backed by pickup trucks carrying anti-aircraft guns have been set up in blocking positions on the coastal highway at Susah and Derna.
They were dealing with us like sheep in a slaughter house," said Susah, who was arrested on suspicion of ties to Hamas' military wing but has yet to get a trial date.
For example, Che Eulis (Bicara Gampang, Berbuat Susah (Easy to Discuss, Difficult to Do), NS 591, HMV catalogue, September 1939) (32) emphasized that 'As long as you are alive, you have to move forward' (Kalau misi ada penghidupan, Musti choba maju kedepan).