OTHER WORDS FROM SaharaSa·har·an, Sa·har·i·an, adjectivetrans-Sa·har·a, adjectivetrans-Sa·har·an, adjective
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Scientists have found microbes that started in the Sahara, for example, landing in the Caribbean.Wildfire smoke seeds the air with potentially dangerous microbes|Megan Sever|September 2, 2021|Science News For Students
A big remaining question is whether and how it might cross the Sahara.
Typically, the southern edge of the Sahara doesn’t have much vegetation.
Scientists have found microorganisms from the Sahara in the Caribbean, for example.Wildfires launch microbes into the air. How big of a health risk is that?|Megan Sever|April 13, 2021|Science News
He managed an isolated refueling station in the western Sahara before transferring in 1929 to Argentina, where a team of pilots established long-distance links to Patagonia.Taking to the skies in Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s ‘Wind, Sand and Stars’|Mary Winston Nicklin|April 1, 2021|Washington Post
It had taken the camels and their black-turbaned Berber herders four long days to walk from the Sahara.
But Morocco stands firmly on claims that it has historic links to the Western Sahara dating back many centuries.Are Polisario Camps Becoming Prime Recruiting Grounds for al Qaeda?|Vivian Salama|October 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Accounts emerge from the harrowing Islamist attack on an oil field in the Sahara Desert.
The American Interest reports that vast aquifers of water have been found beneath the Sahara desert.
He was happy when the Khawams opened a series of restaurants of their own, all called Sahara.Jill Kelley’s Campaign to Befriend Petraeus, Allen, and Other Top Brass|Michael Daly|November 14, 2012|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
Richmond is, to me, a Sahara, whose single fountain of sweet waters springs up within your sister's home.Alone|Marion Harland
Except in extent, a journey across it is similar to that of the parched caravans across the flaming sands of Sahara.The Life of Kit Carson|Edward S. Ellis
Special bivouac amateur bouillon danger must have Sahara easily Groener arms impossible.Through the Wall|Cleveland Moffett
Not unworthy of rejoicing the eyes of the most fastidious connoisseurs, it lives and dies unknown in the solitudes of the Sahara.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
British Dictionary definitions for Sahara
Cultural definitions for Sahara
Desert in northern Africa.