djebel


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djebel

(ˈdʒɛbəl)
n
(Physical Geography) a variant spelling of jebel
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[beaucoup moins que] La reprise du conflit arme dans la region du Djebel Marra, ainsi que des affrontements dans l'ouest et le nord du Darfour, marquent la fin de la breve accalmie observee pendant la periode couverte par le rapport [beaucoup plus grand que], a declare Ladsous lors d'un compte-rendu devant le Conseil de securite sur la situation au Darfour.
Two National Guard officers had been seriously wounded on Monday morning in the explosion of a first landmine in Djebel Chmbi as they were combing the area in search for members of a terrorist group.
Soumillon, who has been eating into Ioritz Mendizabal's lead (now 64-40) in defence of his jockeys' title, rode Abtaal to finish a close second to fellow Guineas challenger French Fifteen in the Prix Djebel last month and the same afternoon partnered Mashoora to victory in the Prix Imprudence.
Premier du genre dans la wilaya, ce projet qui occupe une assiette de 63 hectares au lieu dit Djebel Laaleg, une region offrant une disponibilite de la matiere premiere, dont le calcaire et l'argile, a-t-on precise.
Ali Larayedh made this announcement on Tuesday in a statement to the media, after a meeting held in Kasbah government palace held to discuss the Djebel Chmbi's incidents in the city of Kasserine.
ANY stakes winner for a stud is a cause for celebration, but French Fifteen's victory in the Prix Djebel at Maisons-Laffitte this month brought particular satisfaction for Aliette Forien, the owner of the famous Haras de la Reboursiere et de Montagu in Normandy.