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riad

(riːˈæd)
n
a traditional Moroccan house, built around an interior garden
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Mohamed Slim Riad est decede a Narbonne, au sud de la France, a l'age de 83 ans, le 25 juin dernier.
Riad highlighted an example of these disputes, in which the authority did not consider safe deposit locker rental to the customers' banking service and demanded banks to pay tax on that service.
Riad ve a Teheran como un contrincante, que aunque con nuevas limitaciones conservara sus capacidades nucleares; y que podra disponer de grandes recursos economicos a partir del levantamiento de las sanciones.
The Arab of the Future , the #1 French bestA[degrees]seller, tells the unforgettable story of Riad Sattouf's childhood, spent in theshadows of 3 dictators -- Muammar Gaddafi, Hafez alA[degrees]Assad,and his father.
But in a strange turn of events - one that could be straight out of a telly soap - Kym, 38, was linked to Riad, 37, after she split from ex-hubby Jamie Lomas in 2013.
Mum-of-three Natasha is devastated after Riad, who she married six years ago, moved out of the family home three weeks ago.
Riad decrocha son diplome de la Faculte militaire en 1938.
Each riad is a self-contained villa, with terrace and attractive garden looking out over its own well-tended swimming pool.
The hotel offers an array of spacious, opulent riads in the heart of one of the world's most exotic cities.
Individual suites are available or the entire riad could be hired on its own.
Summary: Independent owners are cashing in on the Moroccan market's love-affair with the Riad, discovers Jennifer Evans - and the sudden influx of big name brands is only serving to increase business.
It also occurred to me we'd never be able to find our way back to my intimate little hotel, or riad, in this maze of alleys and doorways.