Shluh

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Shluh

(ʃəˈluː; ʃluː)
npl Shluhs or Shluh
1. (Peoples) a member of a Berber people inhabiting the Atlas Mountains in Morocco and Algeria
2. (Languages) the dialect of Berber spoken by this people
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Chaker (1989) makes reference to eight different but interrelated Berber groups: Kabyle, Rifain, Chaouia, Tamazight, Touareg, Chleuh, Berbers of the Oasis, and Berbers of the Tell.
Apres ce sera par vagues successives et le rythme va s'accelerer au debut du XXeme siecle au point qu'un quartier va s'appeler Derb Chleuh. C'est donc une histoire de la ville a travers le recit de vie des quelque grands immigrants.
Kristina Giunta 4 2 10, Mary O'Brien 3 0 6, Yohana Chrisyanto 1 2 4, Esther Joseph 6 0 16, Kyshani Dummott 2 0 4, Felipa DoSouto 0, Emily Padilla 2 1 5, Salma Chleuh 2 0 4, Samira Chleuh 0.
In the evenings and particularly at Ramadan, a motley crowd mingles in this huge Square--pompous-looking city folk, aloof mountain Berbers, merchants, red-fezed and white-robed Moghaznis of the town guard, snake-charmers with scorpions crawling on their noses, fancifully-dressed water-sellers who pose for camera-snapping tourists, and effeminate boy dancers from the Chleuh region south of the Atlas, who perform gyrating, erotic dances.
night, with Chleuh dancing-boys, magicians and peddlers of traditional