Sahara

[ US /səˈhɛɹə/ ]
NOUN
  1. the world's largest desert (3,500,000 square miles) in northern Africa
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  • As if to presage that there is a new dawn in the world, with the inauguration of President Barack Obama, the strong winds coming from the Sub-Sahara have manifested themselves in the form of what Ghana typically knows as the harmattan season. Accra by Day & Night
  • The Moroccan government claims to be acting constructively, but pretends that Western Sahara is not partitioned, and that the Polisario-controlled areas are a buffer zone in which the Polisario has no presence. Global Voices in English » Western Sahara: Landmine Injures Five During Peaceful Protest
  • As for the remaining four songs, 'Wrapped Around Your Finger' and 'Tea In The Sahara' are doomy ciphers, the former possibly about marriage, the latter open to a handful of interpretations, none of them exactly upbeat, while 'Synchronicity I' is a trifle explaining the title concept and the monster hit 'Every Breath You Take', is ostensibly a trite love song with it's icy and obsessive core just barely concealed. Synchronicity
  • A Swindon doctor and marathon runner looks set to finish the ultimate endurance test in the Sahara Desert.
  • Passed through the whole district by 3 P.M., and then entered what is usually called the Sahara, this side the Mountains. Travels in the Great Desert of Sahara, in the Years of 1845 and 1846
  • The Sahara Desert is a natural barrier between North and Central Africa.
  • During the dry season, a strong wind called the harmattan blows from the Sahara across West Africa. Signs of the Times
  • Of course, there is the issue of letting sleeping dogs lie, because once you start down this path only insanity awaits, because inevitable questions arise as to what on earth chardron, nattier, parma, and Sahara actually looked like. Archive 2009-05-01
  • The comments have provoked outrage, with politicians in France and Germany vocal in condemning what they termed a distortion of the scientific evidence that risked putting many more lives at risk in sub-Saharan Africa, where millions are living with the disease. Top stories from Times Online
  • Cassava is grown for its starchy tubers, which are most often used to prepare farina or flour, and it is the primary source of carbohydrates in sub-Saharan Africa.
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