"I've had a longtime love affair with Morocco," explained a radiant-in-red Juliette Binoche.
The most recent Osprey crash occurred April 11 during an annual exercise in Morocco, killing two Marines.
They present the corporate logos on the buses that run from Morocco to cities in Europe.
These are the Ghosts of the Sahara, Sahrawi refugees whose Western Sahara homeland was illegally invaded by Morocco in 1975.
King Abdullah is in Morocco recovering from surgery in New York.
These country markets are a feature of Morocco, and, I think, of almost every Arab country.
He turned hurriedly to the Morocco case, and opened it with trembling fingers.
He has no stirrups; his foot, small and narrow, is shod with a sandal of Morocco leather.
We made the acquaintance of a gentleman from Morocco, who says that the climate there is almost the same as that of Santa Barbara.
The lines drawn on the chin were exactly like the ones I have seen on Moorish women in Morocco.
"kind of fine flexible leather," 1630s, short for Morocco leather, from Morocco, the country in northwest Africa, where the tanned leather first was made.
country in northwest Africa, from Italian, from Berber Marrakesh (properly the name of the city of Marrakesh), from Arabic Maghrib-al-Aqca "Extreme West." Cf. French Maroc, German Marokko. In English, the first vowel has been altered, apparently by influence of Moor. Related: Moroccan.