sherifian

sherifian

(ʃəˈriːfɪən)
adj
1. (Islam) pertaining to a descendant of Muhammad through his daughter Fatima
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) relating to those in Islamic countries who have noble ancestry or who have political prominence
3. (Military) relating to group of 20th century Ottoman military officers who supported the Arab Revolt
4. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) pertaining to the rulers of Morocco
Translations
chérifien
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The managing director of the Sherifian Phosphate Office Mustapha Terrab underlined that the Office intends, as part of the new development model for the southern provinces, to construct a new industrial complex for fertilizer production (16.
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Initiated by the Sherifian Phosphate Office Group (OCP), these projects mirror the royal will to back the Group's innovative initiatives and industrial development, as well as its ecosystem and African partners in order to foster Morocco's leadership on phosphate global market.
The agreement, which was the first of its kind for a Moroccan company not to be underwritten by the state, was signed by the chief executive of the Sherifian Office of Phosphates Mostafa Terrab and AfDB representative Amani Abou-Zeid.
The Mellah Society: Jewish Community Life in Sherifian Morocco (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press), pp.
His incursions also took him south, to the oasis of Tafilalet, the home of the Sherifian dynasty and an important trading centre, thus compounding insult and injury.
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Abdoulaye Wade noted that the Sherifian Sovereign expressed, in a letter, his heartfelt condolences to me as well as to the family of Medina Bai (neighbourhood home to the Niasse family), in the name of excellent bilateral relations," the agency added.