How To Use Tuareg In A Sentence

  • Plans for a punitive counterraid against the Tuareg were never realized. 1864
  • The pressure to Arabize was resisted by Berber population groups, such as the Kabyles, the Chaouia, the Tuareg, and the Mzabt.
  • An ethnic Tuareg, Assaleh has been part of the so-called Tuareg Contact Group which has been lobbying for Tuareg interests in the new Libya. The Seattle Times
  • Azawad, a name mainly used by Tuareg nationalists, refers to the Tuareg-speaking zone covering northern Mali, northern Niger, and southern Algeria. SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter
  • The Berber peoples include several distinct groups: settled farmers living in the Atlas mountains; transhumance farmers; and the nomadic Tuareg of the Sahara.
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  • The Ancient Ethiopians (also called Kushites and Meroites – from Meroe their last Pre-Christian capital in the area of today's Bagrawiyah in Sudan) were Kuhites – associated with the Modern Kushites of the Horn of Africa, the Oromos, the Sidamas, the Somalis, and also with the Berbers of Kabylia (Algeria), the Tuareg, and the Fulani and Hausa speaking nations of Western Africa. Open Letter to H. E. Mr. Gurjit Singh, Ambassador of India in Abyssinia (Fake 'Ethiopia')
  • The smiths, resplendent in the full panoply of Tuareg costume, had organised a dance in a dusty street that backed onto the hotel kitchen.
  • The Tuareg are best known for the men's practice of veiling their faces with a blue cloth dyed with indigo.
  • Tuareg and Fulani women wear dark clothes dyed with indigo.
  • The government calls the Tuareg rebels armed bandits and drug runners who want the freedom to operate smuggling operations in the north. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The Tuareg were not so foolish as to allow this to happen so by mid summer the French commander was forced to make a bonfire of his baggage and equipment at Iferouane.
  • Proper Tuareg riding saddles are placed in front of the camel's hump and you sit cross-legged with your bare feet resting on the camel's neck.
  • Tuareg men marry women from the group . They often marry cousins.
  • The Tuareg are a traditionally nomadic people who live in countries touching the Sahara Desert including Mali, Algeria, Niger and Libya.
  • The government calls the Tuareg armed bandits and drug runners who want the freedom to operate smuggling operations in the north. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Nowadays, however, more Tuareg recognize the importance of formal education.
  • The name Tuareg (singular, Targui) was given by the Arabs to the Berbers of the desert, and means "those forsaken of God". The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • Tuareg and Hausa craftsmen are famous for their fancy leather work - beautiful boots, colorful sandals, and goatskin bags.
  • The Tuareg are a nomadic people who have roamed the southern Sahara for centuries. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • They ended Tuareg trade activities, including the collection of tariffs and the protection services for camel caravans crossing the Sahara.

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