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or Ma·ghrib  (mŭg′rəb)
A region of northwest Africa comprising the coastlands and the Atlas Mountains of Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia.

Ma′ghreb·i adj.
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(ˈmʌɡrəbɪ) or


(Placename) of or relating to the Maghreb region of NW Africa or its inhabitants
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of the Maghreb
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Several critics believe that Rai culture is at best ambivalent in its attitude toward women, simply reflecting the larger Algerian (and Maghrebi) society that is fundamentally conservative and patriarchal.
(TAP) - Called "We listened to a voice of the most captivating," the program "Najm Magharibi" (Maghrebi star) in its first version will be filmed soon in Tunisia.
Looking in turn at the movement of labor and at individuals and communities, they consider such topics as mobility from the long-term perspective, the necessary and undesirable mobility of the lower classes in 17th-century Swedish towns, assessing skillfulness: on Maghrebi women's access to the labor market in France, urban seasonal workers and rural church constructions in 18th-century Finland, the mobile elites' material culture in northern Baltic cities during the 18th and 19th centuries, and impromptu facts and moral panic: the Roma people and local communities.
"You're still alive, under the siege?" sings Anas Maghrebi, the band's lead singer, in their song "Ayesh", which means alive in Arabic.
The Lebanese efforts were rewarded in the 52nd minute when Akram Maghrebi added the second goal, yet again following a cross from the left side of the UAE team.
- Nejmeh: Bilal Najjarin, Ali Hamam, Mohammad Chames, Akram Maghrebi and Zakariya Charara
It doesn't seem like his diplomatic experience will fail him in achieving a regional reconciliation, one that will improve things on the stalled Maghrebi front.
The editor, Daniel Halpern, has also included a very substantial chronology of Bowles's life and work; a lengthy "Note on the Texts" that includes a list of typographical errors corrected for this publication; a glossary of Maghrebi Arabic words and phrases (more than five pages long); and a section of notes that provides translations of foreign words and phrases from Arabic, Spanish, and French (more than six pages).
Besides, Jhinaoui also had a set of talks, notably with his Maghrebi and European opposite numbers.