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Arab

(ā`răb), in the Bible, hill town of S ancient Palestine, near Hebron.
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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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Celebrating the central role date palms play in Arabian culture, the Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA) in Sharjah celebrated Palm Tree Day on Sunday
"If they want to know anything about Omani culture, eat Omani food, buy any souvenirs that are handmade from the women in Khasab, or ask about Arabian culture, they can do it; the most important thing is to exchange ideas with local people," she added.
In March this year,Manga Productions participated at AnimeJapan 2018 and exhibited games, anime and Saudi Arabian culture at the event.
It will also aid tour operators from key international source markets bringing holidaymakers to the destination to experience the 64km of stunning beaches, Arabian culture and adventure sports activities on Jebel Jais, the UAE's highest mountain.
He noted that Persian and Arabian culture was Muslims foundation and also stressed to enforce it in colleges and universities.
More than 100,000 pieces of Lego in all shapes, sizes and colours were used at the event, which included models based on traditional Arabian culture and characters from movies such as Ice Age, Disney Princesses and Star Wars.
Their topics include the role of institutionalized corporate communication function on good governance: an empirical analysis of Turkey, how information technology capability impacts organizational ability in the supply chain context, user acceptance of computer technology at work in Arabian culture: a model comparison approach, the success of national healthcare services information systems: the multi-dimensional views, and an exploratory study of information technology as fashion.
"To the Arabian culture, home is something held very close to the heart and goes hand in hand with family time.
Like its parent, Mysk is born out of the Middle Eastern culture, closely tied to the rich and ever evolving Arabian culture.
On the lighter side of things, Iraj Abdul Aziz, 16, will be showcasing 11 pieces based around concepts such as beauty in culture, reflections and shapes, while Schnelle Alvares, 16, chose to explore Arabian culture and patterns in her coursework board, and flowers in her exam offering.
A group of press members including reporters from Cihan news agency were taken to Yemen border by Saudi Arabian Culture and Information Ministry.
Oman's accessibility and familiar culture and language make it an appealing destination for this group, but they also enjoy some contrasts, such as the more relaxed way of life, and vibrant traditional Arabian culture that is not always so well preserved elsewhere in the region.