Rabat

NOUN
  1. the capital of Morocco; located in the northwestern on the Atlantic coast
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  • In 1982, he was a long way from Angola and his bush fighters, in a smart suburb of Rabat in Morocco.
  • The telegrams tell a different story of intimate and co-dependent relationships with unpleasant and repressive regimes in Riyadh, Cairo, and Rabat.
  • Porro invenit eum vir, et ecce errabat in agro: interrogavit autem eum vir ille, dicendo, Quid quaeris? Commentary on Genesis - Volume 2
  • Hierosolymis tandem aliquando recipiendis plura destinabat, classemque iam parabat, cum ei talia agenti atque meditanti casus mortem attulit: subito enim morbo tentatus, nulla medicina subleuari potuit. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • But the new = UltraBattery, developed by Australia’s CSIRO, is a high-performance hybrid storage cell that runs for 100,000 miles without recharge or replacement. Transportation Tuesday: The UltraBattery Hybrid Storage Cell | Inhabitat
  • After wins in Doha and Hengelo she was undisputed in Rabat and clocked 4: 05.80 to take the women's 1500m ahead of Moroccan duo Mouna Tabessart (4: 06.25) and Btissam Lakhouad IAAF.org - News
  • Mersur, átque ex tunc in Babyloniam, et Cayr, præfatam: In ista verò Babylonia habetur pulchra Ecclesia Mariæ virginis, in loco vbi morabatur cum filio suo, et Ioseph tempore suæ fugæ, et creditur ibi contineri corpus Virginis Barbaræ. The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville
  • But their successful escape from Afghanistan, via Tehran and Rome and thence to Rabat, raises a simple question: how many more of them got away, and where are they now?
  • If we accept “masturbation is natural” then we examine masturabation habits and we find a distribution iwth a mean and that becomes “normal” and people who are too many standard deviations away from that mean come to be seen as aberrant or ill. Let’s Talk About Sex Baby! (And keep talking and talking and talking…) « Bound, Not Gagged
  • Why," he said, "did Margaret, in _Much ado about Nothing_, try to persuade Hero to wear her other rabato? The Flight of the Shadow
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