Algerian

[ US /æɫˈdʒɪɹiən/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Algeria or its inhabitants
    Algerian towns
NOUN
  1. a native or inhabitant of Algeria
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How To Use Algerian In A Sentence

  • Extending from Tangier to the Moulouya River Valley near the Moroccan-Algerian border, the Rif Mountains carve up 180 miles (290 kilometers) of rugged, remote terrain.
  • The Algerian experience led the French government to recast its African presence in terms of a new political role.
  • A life in politics appeared to beckon, but all that changed as Verges watched France's brutal attempts to quell the Algerian uprising against its colonial master in the late 1950s.
  • I once met an Algerian in Blackpool who expressed surprise that England consisted chiefly of carnival rides, ice-cream parlours and amusement arcades.
  • He roundly dismissed any analogy between the Algerian war and the Iraqi occupation.
  • Rachid Taha's opening track ‘Rock El Casbah’ merges Algerian rai sounds with the famous punk classic.
  • ALGIERS - A man wanted over the kidnapping of three French consular officials in Algiers last October was killed in a shootout in the Algerian capital, state radio said. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • (as if it were just another district - ha!), and the disparity between how the French (called the colons) lived in Algeria, and how the Algerians were permitted to live was astounding. Dissident Voice
  • But an Algerian Islamic leader said twice that number of prisoners were "massacred". ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The goal of this operation was to eliminate a key political figure in the Algerian resistance and to disrupt its infrastructure.
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