- of or relating to Algeria or its inhabitants.
- a native or inhabitant of Algeria.
Origin of Algerian
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Examples from the Web for algerian
At the same time, Zaretsky shows, Camus was an early and fierce critic of French policy towards the Algerian Arabs.
The Algerian war, on the other hand, appeared to Camus as a clash between two rights, as in an ancient Greek tragedy.
Assia Djebar is the pen name of Algerian novelist and filmmaker Fatima-Zohra Imalayen.Nobel Literature Prize Favorites for Dummies, According to the Bookies
October 9, 2013
Three Algerian al Qaeda members were present during the assault on the consulate.The Travesty of Benghazi
September 11, 2013
Born to an Algerian father who fought on the side of the French, Nabil came to Paris as an infant.The Faces of Guantánamo
September 3, 2013
It is reminiscent, with many differences, of an Algerian oasis.The Book of the National Parks
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And the Algerian pointed to his game-bag, bulging with rabbits and woodcock.Tartarin de Tarascon
But with the Moors and the Algerian Arabs this is different.A Pilgrimage to Nejd, Vol. 1 [of 2]
If possible the surgeon-major in the Algerian corps was a bigger fool still!
The conversation was held in bad Algerian French, of course.
- of or relating to Algeria or its inhabitants
- a native or inhabitant of Algeria
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