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Native North Americans of the Algonquian branch of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic stock (see Native American languages). They occupied in the early 19th cent.
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Available in two sizes, the Claremont bath is priced at PS800 and comes with a choice of white, chrome or black feet, priced at PS195, which will provide the perfect finishing touch and enhance the bath's grand styling.
Summary: <p>After sailing half way around the world to the small Algerian port where he was born, Gilbert Gambardella stepped off a boat and back in time.AaGambardella was a young man when he left Dellys in 1964, two years after Algeria shook off 130 years of French colonial rule.AaHis family were pieds noirs (black feet) French nationals born in Algeria whose ancestors were European settlers or North African Jews.
The black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes) is a small, weasel-like animal with a long, slender body marked by black feet and a black mask.
The Gatsby mirrored range from Laura Ashley (0871 230 2301 is inspired by the Art Deco era, with bevelled edges and black feet. The three-drawer bedside cabinet (h58cm, w46cm, d30cm) - near right - is currently in the sale for pounds 260, that's a saving of pounds 65.
He was born in Algeria just after World War II to a French family of pied-noir (black feet), the French North Africans.
With a black face mask, black feet, and a black-tipped tail that contrast sharply with their tawny bodies, the ferrets resemble masked marauders.
The purpose was served through the development of Irish regional associations determined to mete out some form of justice, such as the Clear Airs from Tipperary; Whey and Yellow Bellies from Waterford; Doans or Kilkenny boys, Dadgeens from Cork; as well as Young Colts, White Boys and Black Feet. These regional identities were upheld and carried over to Newfoundland for security, often, however, exploding into faction fighting that did cause concern for the local authorities.