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(Placename) a variant spelling of Djerba
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or Jer•ba

(ˈdʒɛr bə)

an island off the SE coast of Tunisia: Roman ruins. 92,269; 197 sq. mi. (510 sq. km).
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Selected feature narrative projects in development include the Plum Season by Rim Mejdi (Morocco), Severed Head by Lotfi Achour (Tunisia), Straight to the Goal by Tamer Ashry (Egypt), Tunis -D jerba by Amel Guellaty (Tunisia), Harvest by Ely Dagher (Lebanon), It's a Sad and Beautiful World by Cyril Aris (Lebanon), and Daughters of Abdul-Rahman by Zaid Abu Hamdan (Jordan).
This acceleration is set to continue, according to Deas, with success stories so far including the Auchrannie resort on the Isle of Arran, North Berwick-based Jerba Campervans and Beauly institution The Priory Hotel, as highlighted in our March/April issue.
Ounalli began his career by managing sales and marketing activities at Tunisia's Dar Jerba hotel complex.
He started his career by managing sales and marketing activities at Tunisia's Dar Jerba hotel complex.
Tabib warned against weak governance policies and good management of human, financial and logistical resources in the health sector, pointing out that the team of representatives from the Ministry of Health and the INLUCC, under the agreement concluded between the two parties on December 9, 2016, has identified the issues, defined priorities for reform and chosen three public hospitals in Jerba, Jendouba and Tunis (La Rabta) to declare them "islets of integrity".
During the first weekend of the Festival, participating shopping malls held a number of activities including the "Traditional Music" event which was held in Seef Mall and the "Jerba Performance" held in Gold City last week.
In March Adam managed to beg, earn and borrow the funds to take part in an ATP ranking event in Jerba, Tunisia.
Actes du 3eme Meeting International "Aridoculture et Cultures Oasisennes :Gestion et Valorisation des Ressources et Applications Biotechnologiques dans les Agrosystemes Arides et Sahariens"Jerba (Tunisie), 999: 1006.
Tunisia fell on hard times due to multiple terrorist attacks, with Jerba being the only Tunisian city in the ranking, while Mecca in Saudi Arabia was the best performer in the region, seeing strong growth in the number of religious tourists.
Bouri, "Hydrochemical and statistical studies of the groundwater salinization in Mediterranean arid zones: case of the Jerba coastal aquifer in southeast Tunisia," Environmental Earth Sciences, vol.
Driving from the forbidding Sahara to the pristine blue Mediterranean, I arrived at Jerba, Tunisia's south-eastern jewel, otherwise known as 'The Island of Tolerance'.