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If you speak Moroccan, Algerian, Egyptian, Sudanese, or any of the other dialects of the Arabic language, which are immensely varied from region to region, where some of them are mutually unintelligible, it is a different story.Machine learning improves Arabic speech transcription capabilities|Ahmed Ali|November 24, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The Algerian military, in power for decades, stubbornly refuses to allow much in the way of independent or outside help to restore the Casbah to life.How to Save the Structures We Love Most|Stephen Starr|June 28, 2021|Ozy
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|Jimmy So|October 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Three Algerian al Qaeda members were present during the assault on the consulate.The Travesty of Benghazi|Jamie Dettmer|September 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Born to an Algerian father who fought on the side of the French, Nabil came to Paris as an infant.The Faces of Guantánamo|Molly Crabapple|September 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Thus many artesian wells have been sunk in the Algerian Sahara which have proved an immense boon to the district.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
An hour after he left an Algerian man-of-war was seen out to sea, and the American vessels got ready for action.Stories of Our Naval Heroes|Various
Of all the large Algerian cities, Constantina is that which has best preserved its primitive signet.
A pianette had been pulled out from the wall, and an Algerian shawl glistening with gold was loosely thrown over its back.A Life Sentence|Adeline Sergeant
When the victim of Algerian piracy stood on the deck, dripping and indignant, and told his tale of woe, we were delighted.Humanly Speaking|Samuel McChord Crothers