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n.1.A village composed of Arab tents arranged in streets.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He tried to persuade her to return with him to his "village" as he called it, or douar, in Arabic; but she was insistent upon searching immediately for Korak.
"We could not find Korak," replied the man, "and as our way led near my douar I have brought you here to wait and rest with my wife until my men can find your ape, or he finds you.
"In thy douar they will beat me as did The Sheik, my father.
I should rather die than leave it forever; but your douar is close beside the jungle.
Close by was an Arab douar of some eight or ten tents.
"I was stolen in the night from my father's DOUAR by a band of marauders.
"And you come to the DOUAR of my father you shall see him," said the girl.
While Werper dreamed of freedom and the unmolested enjoyment of the fortune in his stolen pouch, and Abdul Mourak lay awake in greedy contemplation of the fifty loads of gold which lay but a few days farther to the south of him, Achmet Zek gave orders to his lieutenants that they should prepare a force of fighting men and carriers to proceed to the ruins of the Englishman's DOUAR on the morrow and bring back the fabulous fortune which his renegade lieutenant had told him was buried there.
Rabat A number of inhabitants of Douar El Garaa, one of the oldest slums in Rabat, came face to face today with Moroccan authorities.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 6, 2019-: Visit of a Professional American Basketball League delegation in honor of Tunisian international NBA player Salah Mejri in Douar Hicher
La societe civile du douar Benguemoud relevant de la commune rurale de Sidi Bibi de la province de Chtouka Ait Baha vient de consacrer un vibrant hommage au militant Ahmed Saidi.