17) PENNY MADDRELL & YUNIS GRINAWI, THE BEDUIN
OF THE NEGEV 4 (1990).
Pic 6 - El Tur Mountains are home to unique plants and Beduin
gardens - Monika Sleszynska There is no surprise that the place was chosen and well preserved.
The word Bedouin is the equivalent of the Arabic word badawiya ([phrase omitted]) (derived from the collective name bad'u [phrase omitted]), which underlines the Romanian term beduin
, in the dictionary it is equated with nomad and defined as man of the desert.
Importantly, our sample size exceeds the "ten times rule" for evaluating the suitability of a sample size used in a multivariate (regression) analysis (Costafreda, 2009; Detilleuxa, Theron, Beduin
, & Hanzen, 2012; Green, 1991; Hill, 1998; VanVoorhis & Morgan, 2007).
See page 180 of the subsequent editions, where the original paragraph quoted here is replaced with "In short, beduin
(sic) life as it has manifested itself.
1990), The Romance of Resistance: Tracing Transformations of Power Through Beduin
Women, American Ethnologist, 17, 41-55.
Contradictory reports suggested the dead assailant was either a Jewish resident of the city or a Beduin
Arab from the nearby village of Rahat.
Billed as the First World Wonder Webcam, the pink city of Petra's stream features its treasures, used as a backdrop for Indiana Jones films, which can be seen from a nearby hilltop while tourists take pictures or are led by Beduin
on camels or horses on the rocky terrain.
Also, invariably there would be one or two really good-looking blondes from Scandinavia or Germany, smilingly cuddling with Samir or one of his cousins--their long, bare, shapely legs incongruously spread over a Beduin
With the limited arable lands having little vegetation and were Beduin
were forced raising their livestock into a nomadic pattern.
Monday, Public Utility Authority issued the first license for a solar power facility on Beduin
land, approving the Tarabin family to build an 8-megawatt photovoltaic field in the Abu Basma region in the northwestern Negev.
The paintings on show at the exhibition of Al Hunaini brothers, Saud, Abdullah and Khamis, will depict Oman's natural sights, Beduin
life of the deserts and traditional markets.