In the third century Tlemcen underwent a formidable siege at the hand of a Soudanese and his followers.
If I can get no news of him there, I'll go to Tlemcen myself.
The chief reason for coming to Oran at all is that it is the most convenient starting-point for Tlemcen.
I did feel so guilty when you talked about your motoring with Mr. Caird to Tlemcen.
Tlemcen has many mosques, of which three must be noted as having been viewed and remarked, as the antiquarians put it.
It impressed Stephen, and he consented at once to "try their luck" at Tlemcen.
She's 'malema,' or mistress of an école indigène for embroideries and carpets, at Tlemcen.
At Tlemcen, where within the memory of man locusts had never appeared, the ground was covered with them.
Tlemcen was finally taken, and the whole of Algeria annexed.
Meanwhile one of his brothers had headed a revolt in Morocco, and the princes of Tlemcen won back their ancient kingdom.