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Entire Pg Ed. Of the French Immortals

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...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...Georges Ohnet [im05b10.htm]3918 02. The Red Lily, by Anatole France [im09b10.htm]3922 03. Monsieur, Madame and Bebe by Gust... ...usiastic yet discriminating love for the literary and artistic glories of France--formed within the last two years the great project of collecting a... ...ria in 1849, and enormous sums expended for the national cause, Hungarian emigrants and proscribed compatriots. Zilah nevertheless remained very ric... ...ave lasted only a few months. "We resemble," he said to Varhely, "those emigrants who never unpack their boxes, certain that they are soon to retu... ...irst home has been preserved faithfully and tenderly in the hearts of the emigrants to Montreal and Quebec. Susie Percival had received from her mo... ...heavens! What is it?" "The Nicham Iftikar, if it please you." [A Tunisian order, which can be obtained for a very moderate sum.] "It doe...

...editor-in-chief of the Maison Mazarin?a man of letters who cherishes an enthusiastic yet discriminating love for the literary and artistic glories of France?formed within the last two years the great project of collecting and presenting to the vast numbers of intelligent readers of whom New World boasts a series of those great and undying romances which, since 1784, have r...

...CONTENTS: [Title] [filename] [Etext#] (Also *.htm) 01. Serge Panine, by Georges Ohnet [im05b10.pdf]3918 02. The Red Lily, by Anatole France [im09b10.pdf]3922 03. Monsieur, Madame and Bebe by Gustave Droz [im13b10.pdf]3926 04. Prince Zilah by Jules Claretie [im17b10.pdf]3930 05. Zebiline by Phillipe de Masa [im21b10.pdf]3934 06. A Woodland Queen, by Andre T...

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Kalthoum Sarrai

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...c (25 September 1962 – 19 January 2010), best known as Cathy Sarrai, was a Tunisian-born French, television presenter, anchorwoman and television pers... ...elevision presenter, anchorwoman and television personality. She was known to many French and Belgian television viewers for her role in the French ve... ...nis, Tunisia, on 25 September 1962, as one of seven children.[1] She moved to France in 1979,[1] where she studied child psychology before pursuing a ... ..., Tunisia, on 25 September 1962, as one of seven children.[1] She moved to France in 1979,[1] where she studied child psychology before pursuing a suc... ...resenters French psychologists Tunisian emigrants to France French writers ... ... French psychologists Tunisian emigrants to France French writers ... ... French psychologists Tunisian emigrants to France French writers Tunisi... ...rants to France French writers Tunisian writers French people of Tunisian descent ... ... French psychologists Tunisian emigrants to France French writers ...

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Libya

By: Helen Chapin Metz

...... ...ks in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public acce... ... to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as w... ... ........................................................................141 France ..................................................................... ...ing the great age of Hellenic overseas colonization. According to tradition, emigrants from the crowded island of Thera were commanded by the oracle a... ... 1982 perhaps 50,000 to 100,000 Libyans had gone abroad; because many of the emigrants were among the enterprising and better educated Libyans, they r... ...diated by Habib Bourguiba, Tunisia's president. This incident, together with Tunisian accusations of Libyan subversion and a quarrel over demarcation ... ...elds, thoroughly soured relations. Then in early 1980 a group of disgruntled Tunisians staged an abortive revolt at Gafsa in central Tunisia, disguise... ...cretariat of Planning. By far the most numerous were Egyptians (l74,000) and Tunisians (73,600); the largest Western groups were Italians (l4,900) and...

...ty systems and institutions, and examining the interrelationships of those systems and the ways they are shaped by cultural factors. The authors seek to provide a basic understanding of the observed society, striving for a dynamic rather than a static portrayal. Particular attention is devoted to the people who make up the society, their origins, dominant beliefs and value...

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Joseph Sitruk

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... Rabbi Joseph Haïm Sitruk Chief Rabbi of France ... ... Tunis Nationality  France ... ... Rabbi Joseph Haïm Sitruk (Hebrew: יוסף סיטרוק‎, born October 16, 1944) is a former Chief Rabbi of France, a position he held from June 19... ...rew: יוסף סיטרוק‎, born October 16, 1944) is a former Chief Rabbi of France, a position he held from June 1987 to June 22, 2008. Born Joseph Sitruk in... ...2, 2008. Born Joseph Sitruk in Tunis, after suffering a stroke in 2001 and recovering he added the name "Haim" to his name in line with Jewish traditi... ...Warchawski. In 1975, Joseph Sitruk became Chief Rabbi of Marseille. In 1987 he was elected to occupy the post of Chief Rabbi of Fr... ... rabbis Sephardi rabbis French Orthodox Jews Tunisian emigrants to France ... ... Sephardi rabbis French Orthodox Jews Tunisian emigrants to France ... ... French Jews People from Tunis French people of Tunisian-Jewish descent ...

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Tartarin of Tarascon

By: Alphonse Daudet

...... ...ks in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public acce... ... to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as w... ...not its match in Europe! Not a native tree was there −− not one flower of France; nothing hut exotic plants, gum−trees, gourds, cotton−woods, coco... ... the present−day Tartarin, the great one so popular in the whole South of France: but yet he was even then the cock of the walk at Tarascon. Let ... ...rners fling at Southerners. There are no Baron Munchausens in the south of France, neither at Nimes nor Marseilles, Toulouse nor Tarascon. The Sou... ... of all countries floated −− English, American, Russian, Swedish, Greek and Tunisian. The vessels lay alongside the wharves −− ay, head on, so that ... ...ere there, nude under woollen blankets, little Moors in tatters, Negroes, Tunisians, Port Mahonese, M'zabites, hotel servants in white aprons, al... ...ds of Chasseurs d'Afrique, droves of microscopic asses, trucks of Alsatian emigrants, spahis in scarlet cloaks −− all filed by in a whirlwind clou...

...Excerpt: EPISODE THE FIRST IN TARASCON I. The Garden Round the Giant Trees. My first visit to Tartarin of Tarascon has remained a never?to?be? forgotten date in my life; although quite ten or a dozen years ago, I remember it better than yesterday. At that time the intrepid Tartarin lived in the third house on the l...

... on the -- cap?poppers., 3 -- III. Naw, naw, naw!'' The general glance protracted upon the good town, 4 -- IV. They!, 6 -- V. How Tartarin went round to his club, 7 -- VI. The two Tartarins, 8 -- VII. Tartarin -- The Europeans at Shanghai -- Commerce -- The Tartars -- Can Tartarin of -- Tarascon be an Impostor ? -- The Mirage, 9 -- VIII. Mitaine's Menagerie -- ...

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Hédi Bouraoui

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Tartarin of Tarascon

By: Alphonse Daudet

...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...ot its match in Europe! Not a native tree was there -- not one flower of France; nothing hut exotic plants, gum-trees, gourds, cotton-woods, cocoa ... ... the present-day Tartarin, the great one so popular in the whole South of France: but yet he was even then the cock of the walk at Tarascon. Let ... ...ers fling at Southerners. There are no Baron Munchausens in the south of France, neither at Nimes nor Marseilles, Toulouse nor Tarascon. The Southe... ...f all countries floated -- English, American, Russian, Swedish, Greek and Tunisian. The vessels lay alongside the wharves -- ay, head on, so that ... ...re there, nude under woollen blankets, little Moors in tatters, Negroes, Tunisians, Port Mahonese, M'zabites, hotel servants in white aprons, all y... ...s of Chasseurs d'Afrique, droves of microscopic asses, trucks of Alsatian emigrants, spahis in scarlet cloaks -- all filed by in a whirlwind cloud o...

...My first visit to Tartarin of Tarascon has remained a never-to-beforgotten date in my life; although quite ten or a dozen years ago, I remember it better than yesterday. At that time the intrepid Tartarin lived in the third house on the lef...

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Nissim Zvili

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Tartarin of Tarascon

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...he World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership to the World eBook Library Consortia is only $8.95 per year. Your $8.95 hel... ...the World eBook Library Consortia is only $8.95 per year. Your $8.95 helps to support a variety of global literacy programs. 60,000 PDF eBooks and PDF... ...DF eBooks and PDF eDocuments in 104 languages have been optimized for text to speak. Let your computer read to you. Join now and gain access to the wo... ... not its match in Europe! Not a native tree was there -- not one flower of France; nothing hut exotic plants, gum-trees, gourds, cotton-woods, cocoa a... ...e the present-day Tartarin, the great one so popular in the whole South of France: but yet he was even then the cock of the walk at Tarascon. Let us ... ...rners fling at Southerners. There are no Baron Munchausens in the south of France, neither at Nimes nor Marseilles, Toulouse nor Tarascon. The Souther... ...of all countries floated -- English, American, Russian, Swedish, Greek and Tunisian. The vessels lay alongside the wharves -- ay, head on, so that th... ...were there, nude under woollen blankets, little Moors in tatters, Negroes, Tunisians, Port Mahonese, M'zabites, hotel servants in white aprons, all ye... ...ds of Chasseurs d'Afrique, droves of microscopic asses, trucks of Alsatian emigrants, spahis in scarlet cloaks -- all filed by in a whirlwind cloud of...

...My first visit to Tartarin of Tarascon has remained a never-to-be- forgotten date in my life; although quite ten or a dozen years ago, I remember it better than yesterday. At that time the intrepid Tartarin lived in the third house on the l...

...particular one on the cap-poppers. · III. Naw, naw, naw!'' The general glance protracted upon the good town. · IV. They! · V. How Tartarin went round to his club. · VI. The two Tartarins. · VII. Tartarin -- The Europeans at Shanghai -- Commerce -- The Tartars -- Can Tartarin of Tarascon be an Impostor ? -- The Mirage. · VIII. Mitaine's Menagerie -- A Lion from the Atlas at...

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Hassen Chalghoumi

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...t-Denis (near Paris). He stood out during the Islamic scarf controversy in France for supporting French President Nicolas Sarkozy’... ...slamic scarf controversy in France for supporting French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s draft law to ban the burqa. He has good relations with Jewish org... ...colas Sarkozy’s draft law to ban the burqa. He has good relations with Jewish organisations in France, which sometimes caused demonstrations and clash... ...in France, which sometimes caused demonstrations and clashes in Drancy mosque. Protesters want to change Imam because he is unrepresentative of Muslim... ... of Muslim people. In 2009, he founded the "Conference of Imams", an organisation which aim is to publish "fatwas" for Muslims living in France.[1][2]... ... "Conference of Imams", an organisation which aim is to publish "fatwas" for Muslims living in France.[1][2][3][4] On burqa, he st... ... French Muslims French imams French people of Tunisian descent French people of... ... of Tunisian descent French people of Arab descent Tunisian emigrants to France Peop... ...ian descent French people of Arab descent Tunisian emigrants to France People from T...

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Tartarin of Tarascon

By: Alphonse Daudet

...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...not its match in Europe! Not a native tree was there -- not one flower of France; nothing hut exotic plants, gum-trees, gourds, cotton-woods, cocoa ... ... the present-day Tartarin, the great one so popular in the whole South of France: but yet he was even then the cock of the walk at Tarascon. Let ... ...ners fling at Southerners. There are no Baron Munchausens in the south of France, neither at Nimes nor Marseilles, Toulouse nor Tarascon. The Southe... ...f all countries floated -- English, American, Russian, Swedish, Greek and Tunisian. The vessels lay alongside the wharves -- ay, head on, so that ... ...re there, nude under woollen blankets, little Moors in tatters, Negroes, Tunisians, Port Mahonese, M'zabites, hotel servants in white aprons, all y... ...s of Chasseurs d'Afrique, droves of microscopic asses, trucks of Alsatian emigrants, spahis in scarlet cloaks -- all filed by in a whirlwind cloud o...

...MY first visit to Tartarin of Tarascon has remained a never-to-beforgotten date in my life; although quite ten or a dozen years ago, I remember it better than yesterday. At that time the intrepid Tartarin lived in the third house on the lef...

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Juanito (singer)

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...erian descent who was popular in Turkey during the 1960s.[1] He went to Turkey with his orchestra "Los Alcarson" in 1965. His orch... ...chestra "Los Alcarson" in 1965. His orchestra left three months later, but Juanito chose to stay in Turkey. During those years, translations of French... ... Subscription required using via Pages containing links to subscription-only content 1936 birth... ...ing people French people of Algerian descent Tunisian emigrants to France Turkish pe... ...e French people of Algerian descent Tunisian emigrants to France Turkish people of T... ... French people of Algerian descent Tunisian emigrants to France Turkish people of Tunisian desce...

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The World Factbook 1992

...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...y on lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. In recent years the economy has benefited from a boom in to... ...erde annually runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances from emigrants and foreign aid. Economic reforms launched by the new democr... ...ks. A large trade deficit is annually made up for by remittances from emigrants and from foreign aid. Current economic development plans ca... ...Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, and Tunisians Religions: Sunni Muslim 97% Languages: Arabic; Italia... ...s of basic goods and foodstuffs, although the reopening of the Libyan-Tunisian border in April 1988 and the Libyan-Egyptian border in Decemb... ...tility rate: 3.2 children born/woman (1992) Nationality: noun - Tunisian(s); adjective - Tunisian Ethnic divisions: Arab-Berber 98%,...

...over the North-West Frontier Province with Pakistan; periodic disputes with Iran over Helmand water rights; Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Iran continue to support clients in country; power struggles among various groups for control of Kabul, regional rivalries among emerging warlords, and traditional tribal disputes continue Climate: arid to semiarid; cold winters and hot su...

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Pierre Darmon

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The World Factbook 1992

...turns, no markup, nothing but the characters you would type if you were to copy this from a book on a typewriter. Repetitive paged headers and ... ... :Afghanistan Communications :Afghanistan Defense Forces 4 To find the beginning of any country, search for :country To find intern... ...ver Helmand water rights; Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Iran continue to support clients in country; power struggles among various groups ... ...on lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. In recent years the economy has benefited from a boom in ... ...de annually runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances from emigrants and foreign aid. Economic reforms launched by the new demo... .... A large trade deficit is annually made up for by remittances from emigrants and from foreign aid. Current economic development plans c... ...eeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, and Tunisians Religions: Sunni Muslim 97% Languages: Arabic... ...of basic goods and foodstuffs, although the reopening of the Libyan-Tunisian border in April 1988 and the Libyan-Egyptian border in Dece... ... rate: 3.2 children born/woman (1992) Nationality: noun - Tunisian(s); adjective - Tunisian Ethnic divisions: Arab-Berber 9...

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Emigration from Africa

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...ithin Africa was estimated for 2005.[1] The figure of 0.44 million African emigrants per year (corresponding to about 0.05% of the continent's total p... ...5.[1] The figure of 0.44 million African emigrants per year (corresponding to about 0.05% of the continent's total population) pales in comparison to ... ...an African migrants "in transit", predominantly from West Africa, who plan to enter Europe. An annual 22,000 illegal migrants took the route from eith... ...annual 22,000 illegal migrants took the route from either Tunisia or Libya to Lampedusa in the 2000-2005 period. This figure has decreased in 2006, bu... ...as decreased in 2006, but it has increased greatly as a result of the 2011 Tunisian revolution and the 2011 Libyan civil war. In 2005, 10,000 West Afr... ...ast and North Africa on the other. For both regions, there is a surplus of emigrants, even though a substantial part of migration takes place within e... ... Africa, there was an estimated stock of 18.1 million (5.3% of population) emigrants vs. 12.0 million (3.5% of population) immigrants. 31.5% of migrat... ... corridors for North Africa were identified as Egypt–Saudi Arabia, Algeria–France Egypt–Jordan, Morocco–France, Morocco–Spain, Morocco–Italy, and Egyp... ...as decreased in 2006, but it has increased greatly as a result of the 2011 Tunisian revolution and the 2011 Libyan civil war. In 2005, 10,000 West Afr...

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The World Factbook 1991

...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...avily on lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. In recent years the economy has benefited from a boom in touris... ...e Verde annually runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances from emigrants and foreign aid. _#_GDP: $262 million, per capita $740; real... ... links. A large trade deficit is annually made up for by remittances from emigrants and from foreign aid. Current economic development plans call f... ...ome Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, and Tunisians _#_Religion: Sunni Muslim 97% _#_Language: Arabic; Ital... ...ages of basic goods and foodstuffs, although the reopening of the Libyan-Tunisian border in April 1988 and the Libyan-Egyptian border in December 1... ... fertility rate: 3.3 children born/woman (1991) _#_Nationality: noun--Tunisian(s); adjective--Tunisian _#_Ethnic divisions: Arab 98%, Europe...

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Abdelwahab Meddeb

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... His family’s origins stretch from Tripoli and Yemen on his mother’s side, to Spain and Morocco on his father’s side. Raised in a traditionally observ... ...nch and European literatures.[2] In 1967, Meddeb moved to Paris to continue his university studies at the Sorbonne in art history.... ...om 1974-1987 he was a literary consultant at Sindbad publications, helping to introduce a French reading public to the classics of Arabic and Persian ... ...ith the position of public intellectual as a North African writer based in France. His erudite historical and cultural analyses of world events impact... ...2014 deaths Writers from Tunis Tunisian emigrants to France French people of Tunisia... ...hs Writers from Tunis Tunisian emigrants to France French people of Tunisian descent... ... French people of Arab descent Tunisian poets French poets Fre... ... French poets French novelists Tunisian novelists French translators ... ...hs Writers from Tunis Tunisian emigrants to France French people of Tunisian descent...

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The Next Copy We Need Is the 1992 Ed.

...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...avily on lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. In recent years the economy has benefited from a boom in touris... ...e Verde annually runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances from emigrants and foreign aid. _#_GDP: $262 million, per capita $740; real... ... links. A large trade deficit is annually made up for by remittances from emigrants and from foreign aid. Current economic development plans call fo... ...ome Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, and Tunisians _#_Religion: Sunni Muslim 97% _#_Language: Arabic; Ital... ...ages of basic goods and foodstuffs, although the reopening of the Libyan-Tunisian border in April 1988 and the Libyan-Egyptian border in December 1... ... fertility rate: 3.3 children born/woman (1991) _#_Nationality: noun--Tunisian(s); adjective--Tunisian _#_Ethnic divisions: Arab 98%, Europe...

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Jus sanguinis

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...tities of ethnic, cultural or other origins.[1] Citizenship can also apply to children whose parents belong to a diaspora and were not themselves citi... ...pean countries. Some countries provide almost the same rights as a citizen to people born in the country, without actually giving them citizenship. An... ...rk, which provides that upon reaching 18, non-citizen residents can decide to take a test to gain citizenship. Some modern Europea... ...  Croatia: Article 11 of the Law on Croatian Citizenship allows emigrants and their descendants to acquire Croatian nationality upon return... ...a: Article 23 of the 2004 citizenship law provides that the descendants of emigrants from Serbia, or ethnic Serbs residing abroad, may take up citizen... ...  Tunisia: When one of the parents is Tunisian, a child is considered Tunisian regardless of the child’s place of... ...ad acquired the nationality of another country. Children with at least one Tunisian parent, no matter where they are born, are considered Tunisian cit... ...sidered Tunisian citizens, and must travel to and from Tunisia only with a Tunisian passport.  Turkey: Turki... ...itution. ^ Polish citizenship reinstated to emigrants from 1968 (in Polish), Wprost, March 4, 2008 ...

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The World Factbook 1992

...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...y on lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. In recent years the economy has benefited from a boom in to... ...erde annually runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances from emigrants and foreign aid. Economic reforms launched by the new democr... ...ks. A large trade deficit is annually made up for by remittances from emigrants and from foreign aid. Current economic development plans cal... ...Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, and Tunisians Religions: Sunni Muslim 97% Languages: Arabic; Italia... ...s of basic goods and foodstuffs, although the reopening of the Libyan-Tunisian border in April 1988 and the Libyan-Egyptian border in Decemb... ...tility rate: 3.2 children born/woman (1992) Nationality: noun - Tunisian(s); adjective - Tunisian Ethnic divisions: Arab-Berber 98%, ...

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Lebanese American

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The World Factbook 1992

...turns, no markup, nothing but the characters you would type if you were to copy this from a book on a typewriter. Repetitive paged headers and ... ... :Afghanistan Communications :Afghanistan Defense Forces 4 To find the beginning of any country, search for :country To find intern... ...ver Helmand water rights; Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Iran continue to support clients in country; power struggles among various groups ... ...on lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. In recent years the economy has benefited from a boom in ... ...de annually runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances from emigrants and foreign aid. Economic reforms launched by the new demo... .... A large trade deficit is annually made up for by remittances from emigrants and from foreign aid. Current economic development plans c... ...eeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, and Tunisians Religions: Sunni Muslim 97% Languages: Arabic... ...of basic goods and foodstuffs, although the reopening of the Libyan-Tunisian border in April 1988 and the Libyan-Egyptian border in Dece... ... rate: 3.2 children born/woman (1992) Nationality: noun - Tunisian(s); adjective - Tunisian Ethnic divisions: Arab-Berber 9...

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Jewish exodus from Arab and Muslim countries

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...Yemenite Jews en route from Aden to Israel, during the Operation Magic Carpet (1949–1950) ... ...i and Mizrahi background, from Arab and Muslim countries, mainly from 1948 to the early 1970s. A number of small-scale Jewish exod... ...ury with the only substantial aliyah coming from Yemen and Syria.[3] Prior to the creation of Israel in 1948, approximately 800,000 Jews were living i... ...rmed and safeguarded during the French protectorate.[25] Around a third of Tunisian Jews took French citizenship during the protectorate.[25] ... ...70s, the Jewish population of Morocco fell to 25,000; however, most of the emigrants went to France, Belgium, Spain, and Canada, rather than Israel.[5... ...yclopedia. As in Morocco and Algeria, Tunisian Jews did not face expulsion or asset confiscation or any similar g... ...04, the Syrian government attempted to establish better relations with the emigrants, and a delegation of a dozen Jews of Syrian origin visited Syria ... ...the first half of the 20th century. David Littman puts the total figure of emigrants to Israel in 1948–1978 at 70,000.[179] The te... ... 2002), "Quite many observers have noted that it is remarkable how quickly Tunisian Jews shifted their identification and leaped from a way of life qu...

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The Cia World Fact Book

...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...avily on lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. In recent years the economy has benefited from a boom in touris... ...pe Verde annually runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances from emigrants, cash grants, food aid, and foreign loans. GDP: $158 million,... ...links. A large trade deficit is annually made up for by remittances from emigrants and from foreign aid. Current economic development plans call fo... ...ome Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, and Tunisians Religion: 97% Sunni Muslim Language: Arabic; Italian and ... ...tages of basic goods and foodstuffs, although the reopening of the Libyan-Tunisian border in April 1988 and the Libyan-Egyptian border in December 1... ...otal fertility rate: 4.0 children born/woman (1990) Nationality: noun--Tunisian(s); adjective--Tunisian Ethnic divisions: 98% Arab, 1% Europea...

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Frantz Fanon

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...tz Omar Fanon 20 July 1925 (1925-07-20) Fort-de-France, Martinique, French colonial empire ... ...ildren Olivier Fanon, Mireille Fanon-Mendès France Frantz Omar Fanon (French pronu... ...an and psychiatrist, Fanon supported the Algerian War of Independence from France, and was a member of the Algerian National Liberation Front. For mor... ...ent. His father was a descendant of enslaved Africans; his mother was said to be an "illegitimate" child of African, Indian and European descent, whos... ... Césaire was one of his teachers.[9] After France fell to the Nazis in 1940, Vichy French naval troops were blockaded on Martiniqu... ...is in 1940, Vichy French naval troops were blockaded on Martinique. Forced to remain on the island, French sailors took over the government from the M... ...to ALN (Armée de Libération Nationale) officers at Ghardimao on the Algero-Tunisian border. He made a final visit to Sartre in Rome. In 1961 the CIA a... ... Martiniquais writers Caribbean emigrants French Marxists Revol...

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The 1997 Cia World Fact Book

...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...gh-class tourism, offshore banking, lobster fishing, and remittances from emigrants. Output growth had averaged about 7% in recent years, mainly as ... ...pe Verde annually runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances from emigrants and foreign aid, which form important supplements to GDP. Econom... ...al clothing factories. Trade deficits are made up for by remittances from emigrants and by foreign aid, largely from New Zealand. In 1996, the gover... ...ab 97%, Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, Tunisians Religions: Sunni Muslim 97% Languages: Arabic, Italian, Eng... ...ed; current plans are to construct a 1.435-m standard gauge line from the Tunisian frontier to Tripoli and Misratah, then inland to Sabha, center of... ...rtility rate: 2.52 children born/woman (1997 est.) Nationality: noun : Tunisian(s) adjective: Tunisian Ethnic groups: Arab-Berber 98%, Europe...

...TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction A Brief History of Basic Intelligence and the World Factbook Notes and Definitions Guide to Country Profiles (Categories, Fields and Subfields) Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Armenia Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlanti...

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Geography of antisemitism

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...s 140,000 Jews had French citizenship since 1870 (briefly revoked by Vichy France in 1940), and they mainly went to France, with some going to Israel.... ...since 1870 (briefly revoked by Vichy France in 1940), and they mainly went to France, with some going to Israel. Since 2000, there... ...s been a large, consistent flow of Algerian origin Jews moving from France to Israel. Egypt Professor Pet... ...suggests that antisemitism may have emerged "in Egypt alone".[1] According to the 1st century Jewish historian Flavius Josephus,[2] Manetho, a Helleni... ...ed to wear distinctive clothing, several Jews earned high positions in the Tunisian government. Several prominent international traders were Tunisian ... ...agogue, in a terrorist attack claimed by Al-Qaeda. The Tunisian government makes an active effort to protect its Jewish minority n... ...04, the Syrian government attempted to establish better relations with the emigrants, and 12 Syrian-Jews visited Syria.[25] Turkey... ...ed to wear distinctive clothing, several Jews earned high positions in the Tunisian government. Several prominent international traders were Tunisian ... ...04, the Syrian government attempted to establish better relations with the emigrants, and 12 Syrian-Jews visited Syria.[25] Turkey...

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The World Fact Book 1998

By: The United States Central Intelligence Agency (Cia)

...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...gh-class tourism, offshore banking, lobster fishing, and remittances from emigrants. The economy, and especially the tourism sector, suffered a setb... ...y runs a high trade deficit, financed by foreign aid and remittances from emigrants; remittances constitute a supplement to GDP of more than 20%. Ec... ...hing, and handicrafts. Trade deficits are made up for by remittances from emigrants and by foreign aid, overwhelmingly from New Zealand. In 1996, th... ...ab 97%, Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, Tunisians Religions: Sunni Muslim 97% Languages: Arabic, Italian, Eng... ...ed; current plans are to construct a 1.435-m standard gauge line from the Tunisian frontier to Tripoli and Misratah, then inland to Sabha, center of... ...ertility rate: 2.44 children born/woman (1998 est.) Nationality: noun: Tunisian(s) adjective: Tunisian Ethnic groups: Arab 98%, European 1%, J...

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Levon Ter-Petrosyan

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...is an Armenian politician. He was the first President of Armenia from 1991 to 1998. A senior researcher at the Matenadaran Institute of Ancient Manusc... ... He has been accused of rigging the 1996 election, causing thousands to go into the streets to protest the results. The protesters were led by o... ... Defence Minister. The mass rallies were suppressed by military force. Due to disagreements with the key government members, especially Defence Minist... ...(1994-present)  France  Russia ... ...r Front Tunisian General Labour Union ... ...alumni Syrian Armenians Syrian emigrants to the Soviet Union Yerevan State Universit...

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1993 Cia World Factbook

...ndependence from Ethiopia. The name of the Ivory Coast has been changed to Cote d’Ivoire and the Vatican City became the Holy See. New entries i... ...names. Most diacritical marks have been omitted. The electronic files used to produce the Factbook have been restructured into a database. As a res... ... Office of the Geographer (US Department of State). The digraph is used to eliminate confusion and incompatibility in the collection, processing... ...y on lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. In recent years the economy has benefited from a boom in to... ...lly runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances 581 from emigrants and foreign aid. Economic reforms launched by the new democr... ...ks. A large trade deficit is annually made up for by remittances from emigrants and from foreign aid. Current economic development plans cal... ...7%, Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, Tunisians Religions: Sunni Muslim 97% Languages: Arabic, It... ...s of basic goods and foodstuffs, although the reopening of the Libyan-Tunisian border in April 1988 and the Libyan-Egyptian border in Decemb... ...rrent plans are to construct a standard gauge (1.435 m) line from the Tunisian frontier to Tripoli and Misratah, then inland to Sabha, cente...

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Spanish and Portuguese Jews

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...group of Sephardi Jews, mostly descended from families forcibly converted to Catholicism in Spain and Portugal which later left for other countri... ...nd Portugal which later left for other countries where they could revert to Judaism . The main Spanish and Portuguese Jewish communities are in Wes... ...ced by the Spanish-Moroccan rite and the Italian Jewish rite. Relation to other Jewish communities "Sephardim" properly refers to Jews whose fa... ...an cultural background and high level of European-style education, the new emigrants were less likely to follow the example of the 1492 expellees by s... ...Livornese), separate from, and regarding itself as superior to, the native Tunisian Jews ( Tuansa ). Smaller communities of the same kind existed in ... ...ir own synagogues, instead meeting for prayer in each other's houses. In France In the 16th and early 17th centuries, conversos were also seeking ... ...ries, conversos were also seeking refuge beyond the Pyrenees, settling in France at Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Tarbes, Bayonne, Bordeaux, Marseille, and... ...ty of conversos leaving Portugal went to Brazil . This included economic emigrants with no interest in reverting to Judaism. As the Inquisition was... ... Recife . This attracted both conversos from Portuguese Brazil and Jewish emigrants from Holland, who formed a community in Recife called Kahal Z...

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The World Fact Book, Us Cia, 1993 Ed.

...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...ily on lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. In recent years the economy has benefited from a boom in tour... ... Verde annually runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances from emigrants and foreign aid. Economic reforms launched by the new democrat... ...inks. A large trade deficit is annually made up for by remittances from emigrants and from foreign aid. Current economic development plans call ... ... 97%, Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, Tunisians Religions: Sunni Muslim 97% Languages: Arabic, Italian, E... ...ges of basic goods and foodstuffs, although the reopening of the Libyan-Tunisian border in April 1988 and the Libyan-Egyptian border in December... ...current plans are to construct a standard gauge (1.435 m) line from the Tunisian frontier to Tripoli and Misratah, then inland to Sabha, center ...

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Isleño American

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... Isleño Americans are Americans with ancestry that can be traced back to emigrants from the Canary Islands (Spain), parti... ... Isleño Americans are Americans with ancestry that can be traced back to emigrants from the Canary Islands (Spain), particul... ...ies of the Southern United States during the 18th century. The term can also informally be applied to anyone of Canarian descent with US citizenship. ... ...escent with US citizenship. This term is to be distinguished from the term "Isleños", which refers to people of Canarian descent now living in any cou... ...n transmitted, more or less unaltered from generation to generation, from the time of the original emigrants from Spain, mostly from the Canary Island... ...has been used for its restoration. Until its destruction, the museum possessed the treaty by which France ceded the West of Territory of Louisiana to ... ...ers, Texas State Historical Society: The Handbook of Texas Online ^ Francesca Hampton (2006-09-23). "Hispanismo.Org.Ant... ... Sudanese Tunisian ... ... France ...

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The 1995 Cia World Fact Book

...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...vily on lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. In recent years the economy has benefited from a boom in touri... ...Verde annually runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances from emigrants and foreign aid, which form important supplements to GDP. Econo... ...links. A large trade deficit is annually made up for by remittances from emigrants and from foreign aid, largely from New Zealand. Current economi... ...b 97%, Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, Tunisians Religions: Sunni Muslim 97% Languages: Arabic, Italian, E... ...d; current plans are to construct a 1.435-m standard gauge line from the Tunisian frontier to Tripoli and Misratah, then inland to Sabha, center o... ...tility rate: 2.73 children born/woman (1995 est.) Nationality: noun: Tunisian(s) adjective: Tunisian Ethnic divisions: Arab-Berber 98%, Eu...

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Canarian American

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... Isleño Americans are Americans with ancestry that can be traced back to emigrants from the Canary Islands (Spain), particularly those who settle... ... Isleño Americans are Americans with ancestry that can be traced back to emigrants from the Canary Islands (Spain), particularly those who settled i... ...ed States during the 18th century. The term can also informally be applied to anyone of Canarian descent with US citizenship. This term is to be disti... ...ip. This term is to be distinguished from the term "Isleños", which refers to people of Canarian descent now living in any country of the Americas wit... ...ess unaltered from generation to generation, from the time of the original emigrants from Spain, mostly from the Canary Islands, in the 18th century. ... ...storation. Until its destruction, the museum possessed the treaty by which France ceded the West of Territory of Louisiana to Spain in 1763.[10] ... ...udanese Tunisian ... ... Isleño Americans are Americans with ancestry that can be traced back to emigrants from the Canary Islands (Spain), particularly those who settled i... ...udanese Tunisian ...

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The 1994 Cia World Factbook

...burgh, PA 15250-7954 Telephone: (202) 783-3238 A subscription to this publication may be purchased from: Document Expediting (DOCEX) ... ...t officials, and the style, format, coverage, and content are designed to meet their specific requirements. Information was provided by the Bu... ...rs. 5 Comments and queries are welcome and may be addressed to: Central Intelligence Agency Attn.: Office of Public and Agency ... ... lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. In recent years the economy has benefited from a boom in to... ...erde annually runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances from emigrants and foreign aid. Economic reforms launched by the new democr... ...e trade deficit is annually made up for by remittances from 792 emigrants and from foreign aid, largely from New Zealand. Current econ... ...7%, Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, Tunisians Religions: Sunni Muslim 97% Languages: Arabic... ...rrent plans are to construct a standard gauge (1.435 m) line from the Tunisian frontier to Tripoli and Misratah, then inland to Sabha, cente... ... 2.88 children born/woman (1994 est.) Nationality: noun: Tunisian(s) adjective: Tunisian Ethnic divisions: Arab-...

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Frank Capra

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... Born Francesco Rosario Capra (1897-05-18)May 18, 1897 Bisa... ...0s. Born in Italy and raised in Los Angeles from the age of five, his rags-to-riches story has led film historians such as Ian Freer to consider him t... ...eading films was It Happened One Night (1934), which became the first film to win the "Big Five Academy Awards", including Best Picture. Other leading... ...in his prime included You Can't Take It With You (1938) and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939). During World War II, Capra served in the U.S. Army Si... ... Early life Capra was born Francesco Rosario Capra in Bisacquino, Sicily, a village near Palermo. He w... ... Austria and Czechoslovakia; their thunder echoed over Europe. England and France shuddered. The Russian bear growled ominously in the Kremlin. The bl... ... (1945) – plus Know Your Enemy: Japan (1945), Here Is Germany (1945), Tunisian Victory (1945), and Two Down and One to Go (1945) that do not bear... ...Distinguished Service Medal (United States) Sicilian emigrants to the United States United States National...

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The 1994 Ed. Of the Cia World Fact Book

...... ... in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access... ...o serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as wel... ...on lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. In recent years the economy has benefited from a boom in tour... ... Verde annually runs a high trade deficit, financed by remittances from emigrants and foreign aid. Economic reforms launched by the new democrat... ...s. A large trade deficit is annually made up for by remittances from emigrants and from foreign aid, largely from New Zealand. Current econom... ... 97%, Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, Tunisians Religions: Sunni Muslim 97% Languages: Arabic, Italia... ...current plans are to construct a standard gauge (1.435 m) line from the Tunisian frontier to Tripoli and Misratah, then inland to Sabha, center ... ... rate: 2.88 children born/woman (1994 est.) Nationality: noun: Tunisian(s) adjective: Tunisian Ethnic divisions: Arab-Berber 9...

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Arabs

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...and parts of the Horn of Africa. Before the spread of Islam, Arab referred to any of the largely nomadic Semitic tribes inhabiting the Arabian Peninsu... ...ed in some parts of the Arabian Peninsula. For example, the language shift to Arabic displaced the indigenous South Semitic Old South Arabian language... ... of the Arabian peninsula. A recent (2009) study based on a Bayesian model to estimate language change concluded that the latter viewpoint is more pro... ...hidun and Umayyads, and later the Abbasids) whose borders touched southern France in the west, China in the east, Asia Minor in the north, and the Sud... ... Muhajirun (The emigrants) and Ansar (The helpers) ... ...Denmark France ... ... Tunisian people ... ...onalism Tunisian nationalism ... ... 68%, Jordanians 55%, 55% of Palestinian Arabs, 48% of Omani People 34% of Tunisians, 35% of Algerians,[154][155][156] and its precipitations drop in ...

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Cuisine of the United States

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...cas yielded the introduction of a number of ingredients and cooking styles to the latter. The various styles continued expanding well into the 19th an... ...es continued expanding well into the 19th and 20th centuries, proportional to the influx of immigrants from many foreign nations; such influx develope... ...merican Cuisine that have been blended with early European cooking methods to form the basis of American Cuisine. When the colonists came to Virginia,... ...erent food patterns and (often) a different language than the explosion of emigrants that came to Castle Garden and Locust Point in their masses start... ... New York style hot dogs came about with German speaking emigrants from Austria and Germany, particularly with the frankfurter sausa... ...New Brunswick, and to a lesser degree Haiti than anything spoken in modern France, and likewise their terminology, methodology, and culture concerning... ...a of the country, and it is often by far more spicy than anything found in France or Belgium. Chaudin is unique to the area, and the method of cooking... ...afrass tree and neither of them ever used the andouille currently known in France, since French andouille uses tripe whereas Louisiana andouille is ma... ...ogolese Tunisian ...

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