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kasbah

, casbah
the citadel of any of various North African cities
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Au-dela de sa nouveaute, cette entreprise est lancee en complement des actions de rehabilitation des ksour et kasbah realisees par le ministere de l'Habitat et de la politique de la ville par le biais du holding Al Omrane notamment, ainsi que de celles realisees par les autres departements ministeriels (tourisme, interieur surtout), le secteur prive et la societe civile.
The state has rehoused people whose dwellings are most threatened, giving rise to a common scam in which relatives, neighbors or friends move in and promptly demand new accommodation, according to Halim Faidi, an architect and Kasbah specialist.
Kasbah Bliss is delivered late to win at Longchamp yesterday
Kasbah Bliss has been a warm favourite for this afternoon's 3m contest since his awesome display in the Rendlesham Hurdle at Haydock last month.
Petit Robin will chase home Master Minded in the Queen Mother, and I fear it could be the same with Punchestowns chasing home Kasbah Bliss.
Since then, Kasbah Bliss has shown smart form on the Flat, winning a Group 3 race at Longchamp in September.
Doumen's plan may not be as audacious as it first sounds with Kasbah Bliss a regular in Group company in his native land.
Sponsors bet: 2-1 Punchestowns, 3-1 Kasbah Bliss, 10-1 Blazing Bailey, 12-1 Big Buck's, Fair Along, 20-1 Mobaasher, Pettifour, Tidal Bay 33-1 Brave Inca, Catch Me, Mighty Man, Shakervilz, Tazbar, 40-1 bar.
Robbie Knox of Channelbee said: "We're always interested in new bands and know Pint Shot Riot were on course to sell out the Kasbah, which is quite impressive.
The next clay I delicately asked my host, Sarah, about how the locals felt about the French owners who renovated the kasbah.
Mecanoo's new faculty building for the University of Utrecht is a synthesis of traditional collegiate and kasbah forms, dissected and reassembled in an invigorating modern idiom.