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jerid

(dʒəˈriːd)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a wooden javelin used in Muslim countries in military displays on horseback. Also: jereed, jerreed or jerrid
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Il a souligne a l'occasion d'un seminaire sur "l'industrie des sels en Tunisie:realites et perspectives",organise, mercredi, a Gammarth (banlieue nord de Tunis) que la Tunisie regorge de ressources en sels, compte tenu du climat, ainsi que d'autres sels dans des bassins interieurs (Chott El Jerid et Chott Fejej) en plus d'importantes reserves au Nord-Ouest qui remontent a 245 millions d'annees, recommandant de diversifier la production basee notamment sur le sel alimentaire et de developper le sel destine au deneigement, ce dernier etant tres prise a l'etranger.
Unique selling points of the property: The property will be a palm oasis by itself, and offers excursions to the Chott El Jerid salt lake, along with a star gazing experience.
A parade symbolising the cultural riches of the Jerid will be organised in the tourist zone.
The biggest is the Chott El Jerid, a 5,000 sq km expanse which is pancake flat and covered in a vast crust.
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By Jerid Miller, who previously worked in a parish in the upper Midwest, and who now serves in Louisville, Kentucky.
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