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bedu

(ˈbɛduː)
adj
relating to Beduins
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The Prosopis woodlands, the dominant vegetation feature of the Sands and their margins, provide shelter and food for the Bedu and their livestock and a habitat for wildlife such as Sand Cats and Ruppell's fox.
The American Bedu blog, the author of which has Stage IV cancer, and the author for Susie's Big Adventure blog have both voiced their support for A Woman's Stand (American Bedu, 2010; Susie's Big Adventure, 2010).
Yet even amid palm trees and skyscrapers, I remain hopeful--and optimistic--that the Bedu traditions will endure.
In the richly complicated selection "Lovesung for a Father," poet Zindzi Bedu offers a perspective on the universal nature of patriarchy: "Sexual abuse is not just a legacy of slavery.
(7.) Jardel N, Hidalgo A, Leperlier D, Manassero M, Gomes A, Bedu A, Moissonnier P.
Another contender is Oman where trekking the Jabal Al Akbar can be easily achieved, with new family hotels opening up in the mountains; alternatively desert expeditions, trekking and camping with the local Bedu allow travellers a chance to experience the grandeur of the desert environment.
Viename privaciame pokalbyje analizuojant dabartine Lietuvos politine ir socioekonomine situacija, vienas kolega tai, kad salyje per 50 okupacijos metu isnyko kritinio mastymo ugdymas ir tradicija, ivardijo kaip esmine visu Lietuvos bedu priezasti.
Baobab Expeditions is offering a program to enable clients to discover the Holy Land of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, with the opportunity to traverse the Sinai desert with the Bedu tribe.
The first reference to character with royal connections is to Bedu Addo, the first husband of Araba Jesiwa.
Denis Bedu; INSPIRED JOURNEYS OF GHOSTS AND VAGABONDS; Trafford Publishing (Fiction) $27.95 ISBN: 9781425158927