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Sahara Desert

The Sahara (Aṣ-Ṣaḥrā´ al-Kubrā, The Great Desert ) is the world's largest hot desert and second largest desert, after Antarctica.

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The Re- Discovery of the GREEN-GOLD 1964 Africa the GREEN-GOLD was re-discovered by Jean Leonard a Belgian Botanist who was part of a surveying party crossing the Sahara Desert. When the party reached Lake Chad , Leonard noticed that the local people of the Kanembu tribe waited for winds to push the blue-green algae toward the shore which became concentrated into a thick mesh. Using hand-made nets of straw, the women scooped the blue-green algae from the lake and dried them into porous dough cakes called "dihe" which were a favorite food and trade item in the local marketplace in Chad and Niger. These algae caught his interest and made a total research of its properties. The Blue-green algae is like a tiny petal under the microscope, He would later call “Spirulina” due to its spiral shape. The re-discovery of Spirulina by Jean Leonard brought out a new interest in the scientific community. Further research proved that Spirulina contains the most remarkable concentration of nutrients known in any foo . ...
If you put the Federal Government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in five years there'd be a shortage of sand. – MF http:…
Mama feeding her goats on the edge of the Sahara Desert in Morocco, captured while filming for
Pls RT. Ur invited to my Xmas Fayre to support my 84km trek across Sahara Desert for
Wisbech youth worker set for Sahara Desert trek to raise funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care who looked after la...
"Tragedy in Sahara Desert as Refugees Aim for European Union - SPIEGEL ONLINE" good read
97TH BG - THE "ALL AMERICAN" MAKES IT HOME ON A WING AND A PRAYER A mid-air collision on February 1, 1943 between a B-17 and a German fighter over the Tunis dock area became the subject of one of the most famous photographs of World War II. Assigned to the 97th Bombardment Group, 414th Squadron, U.S. Eighth Air Force, the "All American" had been named by pilot Kendrick (Kenny) Bragg, who played football for Duke University before the war. Flying from a base near Biskra, an oasis city in the Sahara Desert in north-central Algeria, the 414th’s missions in early 1943 targeted Mediterranean seaports at Bizerte and Tunis, Tunisia. That Feb. 1, German Messerschmitts again attempted to fight off approaching American bombers, including the "All-American". Closer to the target, these B-17s flew through “very frightening” anti-aircraft fire. After dropping their payload and turning back, enemy fighters renewed their pursuit of the American planes before ending the chase as they neared maximum range. But long ...
In case you missed it, shrinking ancient sea may have spawned Sahara Desert
The northern edge of Lake Chad fades into the Sahara Desert. This Landsat 8 image...
Only in Phoenix will you have both Hurricane Katrina and Sahara Desert weather conditions in one day😐
I don't know where Sahara Desert and Arctic Circle are!
My office has two temperatures, Sahara Desert and Arctic Circle.
Second funniest thing i heard all day. John Chamness: I need a *** drink. My mouth is dry'r than the Sahara Desert.
Which is the largest desert the Simpson Desert the Sahara Desert the Gobi Desert...? We found the answer!
Topic 10: West Africa and the Sea Some West African countries border the sea, but a few do not. It'll be easier if I start by talking about the countries that do not border the ocean. Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso do not border the sea. Some people also say that Mauritania is part of West Africa, but others say it's in North Africa, so I won't talk about it right now. Mali and Niger are both very big countries. The northern parts of these two countries are in the Sahara Desert. That means, of course, that it's very hot and dry. There aren't a lot of people in the north. The southern parts of these countries are not so dry. They have a little bit more rain and also more farms. Timbuktu is a famous city in Mali. It is very old. For hundreds and hundreds of years, it has been important for the economy and education of West Africa. About half of all the people in West Africa live in just one country, and it is a country that borders the sea. Do you know what country that is? It's Nigeria! It has the biggest a ...
BRIEF HISTORY OF EWE PEOPLE The Anlos are part of the Ewes of Togo, Benin and the South Western part of Nigeria. They have now settled in the South-Eastern coastal plains of Togo and Volta Region. The ancestors of the Ewes left under their leader called Gu and settled at the delta of the Nile River in the present-day Egypt. As time went on, they were joined by new migrants from other parts of the region. When the Egyptian Empire fell, the Ewes like the Jews also migrated under the leadership of Mi to Sudan. They were overwhelmed by the vast sea of sand of the Sahara Desert and called the place Ketu. The name Ketu means grinding sand which perhaps signifies the abrasion of the sand during the sandstorms. The name Ketume and Khartoum give credence to the assumption that the two names could be the same settlement. Ketume means inside the grinding sand. After staying awhile in Sudan, the Ewes were forced again by drought, famine and slave raids by Arabs to migrate under their leader, So into Abyssinia or Ethi ...
For those wondering what's up with all the haze in the atmosphere the past few days, it's dust...all the way from Africa! It's known as the Saharan Air Layer (SAL) and originates guessed it...the Sahara Desert which makes up a large portion of North Africa. Frequent dust storms over this…
The Moorish Empire: In less than a hundred years, the Black Arabs had pushed their way completely across North Africa in the seventh century. At this time the Arabs were Black; they had not mixed much with other people. The Arabs did penetrate into the interior of the Sahara Desert, but only in small numbers so that the territory remained basically African. At this time, in the land of Spain, the Black Israelites were persecuted and many had fled to Morocco for refuge. As a result of this persecution, the Israelites of Morocco and the Moors planned to invade Spain with the assistance of Spanish Israelites. In the meantime, the plot was uncovered and the Israelites of Spain suffered for their intentions. Early in the eighth century, the Mohammedans from Morocco, united with the Black Israelites, made what we call an amphibious landing at Gibraltar. This invasion was successful. Nahun Slouschz says that: “The first one to set foot on the soil of Spain was General Tarif (a Israelite of the tribe of Simeon) ...
Its a city in Mali situated 20 km north of the River Niger on the southern edge of the Sahara Desert. Google kro yar!
Of the 215 people groups on the south edge of the Sahara Desert, more than 80% have not heard of Jesus Christ.
There is something to be said about making a statement and then following through with it. 24 has been a good year for me. 6 months deployed in the Sahara Desert with the French Foreign Legion and now graduating from Commercial Dive School. The world is my playground. 25 will be epic.
Yes fellow travellers I have returned from the land of the Pharaohs. We flew into Cairo for a few days then decided to drive a six hour-return journey on the desert road through the Sahara Desert to the Nile Delta and the Port of Alexandria. This is the great city built by Alexander the Great and on his death ruled by the Bartolomy Pharohs. We then flew out of Cairo after a day on the Plateau of Giza viewing the great Pyramids and the Sphinx then onwards to the Coptic Church, the oldest Mosque in the world and a Jewish Synagogue (note there is no Jews in Eygpt.). In the afternoon we visited the Egyptian Nation Gallery where there is an entire floor given over to all the unspoiled contents of Tutankhamun,s Tomb. This was discovered by Howard Carter in 1922. Alone the young Kings Death mask is made up of 12 kilo,s of solid gold! We flew into Heathrow then a domestic flight up to Edinburgh.
AMAZING BUT TRUE ... There is so much sand in Northern Africa that if it were spread out it. would completely cover the Sahara Desert.
THE NORTH: A COW HELD DOWN TO MILK ANOTHER. All through The North from the fringes of the two extremes of the Sahara Desert and River Niger, you found very hardworking and industrious Commoners eking out living in two major areas; the market and farms. We tilled the soil and attended regular weekly market days in nearby towns and villages to sell our produce and do other commercial transactions. The system encouraged self sufficiency to the level that begging was a shameful act. Even the Almajiri system of Islamic education was respectable as pupils had the farms of their Teacher/Mallam to grow their own food and needed not beg to eat. The political class gave us leadership and harnessed our potentials in the market and farms. Most taxes in the North were on these to the extent that even cows and goats were taxed. Produce merchants were the money men of yore and a sizeable source of income to local authorities through taxes. Because we paid taxes, we held our leaders accountable and politics was essential ...
What does Sub Saharan Africa really mean? It appears increasingly fashionable in the West for a number of broadcasters, websites, news agencies, newspapers and magazines, the United Nations/allied agencies and some governments, writers and academics to use the term ‘sub-Sahara Africa’ to refer to all of Africa except the five predominantly Arab states of North Africa (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt) and the Sudan, a north-central African country. Even though its territory is mostly located south of the Sahara Desert, the Sudan is excluded from the ‘sub-Sahara Africa’ tagging by those who promote the use of the epithet because the regime in power in Khartoum describes the country as ‘Arab’ despite its majority African population. But the concept ‘sub-Sahara Africa’ is absurd and misleading, if not a meaningless classificatory schema. Its use defies the science of the fundamentals of geography but prioritises hackneyed and stereotypical racist labelling. It is not obvious, on the fa ...
Moroccan Dreaming. On Sunday we arrived in the amazing world that is Morocco. After a couple of days enjoying the sights, sounds and smells of Marrakech's Medina we are now happily ensconced in the town of Imlil, in the High Atlas Mountains. The town is at 1700m and there are trails and roads heading off in all directions. After a couple of easier days while in Marrakech I was keen to get out on the trails for a big day in the Mountains. The pass at Tizi n' Ouagane looked the part and at 3850m with 4080+m peaks on both sides (the third and fourth highest peaks in Africa for those that are interested). Following a well used trekking path I steadily climbed throughout the day, reaching the final refuge at 3200m. From here it was a long hard push to the pass, which opened up views all the way down into the Sahara Desert. I climbed up to the right reaching 4000m but decided not to attempt the peak due to some technical rock sections. It is a long time since I have been up this high, last time I was higher was ...
Here is a question, Are there deserts in Korea? and the answer is YES. Gigantic sand dunes can be seen across the world, from the Sahara Desert of Northern Africa to the Arabian Desert of southwestern Asia. On the Korean Peninsula, too, it is also possible to see exotic sand dunes along the coast. According to the Ministry of Environment, there are 133 coastal dunes along the eastern, western and southern shores of the Korean Peninsula, as well as on Jeju Island. More info, visit this link. Copyright ©All rights reserved.
Sub-Saharan Africa is, geographically, the area of the continent of Africa that lies south of the Sahara Desert. Politically, it consists of all African countries that are fully or partially located south of the Sahara (excluding Sudan).[2] It contrasts with North Africa, which is considered a part…
'Borno state Nigeria is one of the poorest, most neglected parts of the planet. Until recently I would have said the only surplus in that part of Nigeria was its long-suffering. Now that has turned to anger. And this remote, dry, dusty corner of Nigeria, a place you would only visit on your way to the Sahara Desert, has become the new battleground between militant Islam and the Western world. The U.S. had, he said repeatedly offered help to Nigeria but it was ignored. Ignored. That is exactly what the Nigerian government's attitude has been to the northeast for decades -- and to the Boko Haram terrorists until they hit Abuja, the capital. Then there was an attempt to clamp down but the security extended there never reached Maidugri, the capital of Bornu state in the northeast and some 500 miles away from Abuja, the capital, and another 320 miles from Lagos, the commercial megacity of West Africa'. Richard Dowden.
My lips are drier than the Sahara Desert good lord ang hapdi
if i was stranded in the sahara desert, it'd be okay because I have you, get it? Cause youre so fkin shady 😀
Photo of the day: A container crossing the Sahara desert. Photo by Juanma Herrera.
Morocco and Algeria are using the Western Sahara as a place to play out a proxy war:
Siwa Oasis A lake deep inside the Sahara Desert is one of the most isolated settlements in Egypt. A place miles away from the bustle of the heavily populated cities of Cairo or Alexandria where you can relax under the desert sun or go skinny dipping in the natural lake. There’s also a lot of history here. It used to be home to an oracle of Amon (an ancient Egyptian deity).
But this life sha. I dey Lagos and Internet na problem. Shekau dey Sahara Desert, yet e get bandwidth take upload 59 minute video.
I don't think GHS knows what air conditioning is 😅 . Sahara desert in here ☀️
Please, always check the email address you are sending to: A man checked in to a SAHARA DESERT HOTEL. He opened his laptop to send an e-mail to his wife, but he accidentally typed the wrong e-mail address. The message was sent to a widow who just returned from her husband's burial. The widow checked her e-mail, expecting condolence message. Afterreading the first message, she fainted. Her son rushed into the room, saw his mother on the floor with the following computer screen message: "TO MY LOVING WIFE: I know you surprised to hear from me so soon. I've just checked-in. How are you? I am lonely here and is really very, very hot. I have made necessary arrangements for your arrival. I am expecting you tomorrow, darling, but please be prepared, as it is burning hot here. I can't wait to see you, Till then.
If you put the Federal Government of Nigeria in charge of d Sahara desert, Am definitely sure dat in 5 years there will be shortage of sand
Migrants in the Trapped in the desert as sex workers, dreaming of escape
A recently discovered spider in the Sahara Desert does flips as a defense mechanism but if it does it too much it could die from exhaustion but it looks hilarious when it flips and rolls. :D
People can spend so much money on bottles.. but bank accounts and gas tanks be looking like the sahara desert
The library is either Iceland or the Sahara Desert, there is no in between
Why is in Podgorica so hot,like we live in Sahara desert?!
"Migrant dreams turn into Sahara Poor headline for why it's hard to cross desert- nothing to do with sex http:/…
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Raining News, Dark Clouds over Vastrapur and rest of West Ahmedabad. It's like Monsoon in Sahara Desert.
You know life is tough when Libya is your destination, you have cross the Sahara desert to get there and prostitution is your only means to pay the smuggler.
One Xperia Z Ultra for sale which was uncovered in the ancient remains of the phone mecca somewhere in the Sahara Desert. The phone remains in an immaculate sexy condition and said to be once used by Ershad to woo Bidisha. This phone is also said to have been used by Jalil and Borsha in the film Nisshartho Bhalobasha where the phone’s touch stopped working after Jalil took a selfie (everything else is fine though). The phone has an attractive box which is lined with the remains of Aladdin’s flying carpet. It is said that rubbing the phone in an anti clockwise movement will gift you the power of the Greek god of Phones, Airtelopoilos Grameenious. All this for an affordable price of Tk. 18000. A bargain if you ask me.
Non greater than mysteries than sahara desert, the hottest place in the planet, a deadly waste land time had got or so scientist believed until they revealed...
Two christians were lost in the sahara desert on their way to Libya. One is David and the other is Christian. They were terribly dying of hunger and thirst when they suddenly came upon an oasis with what looked like an emirate with a mosque in the middle. David said to Christian “Let’s pretend as if we are muslims otherwise we wil not get food or drink. I am going to call myself Muhammad Gambo” Christian refused to change his name “My name is Christian and I wil not pretend to be what I am not. When they got there, the Imam of d Mosque received both of them well and asked for their names. David said “My name is Muhammad Gambo” Christian said “My name is Christian” The Imam turns to the helpers of the Mosque and said “Pls bring some food and water for Christian only. Then he turned to the other and said “Well Muhammad Gambo, I hope you are aware that we are still in the month of Ramadan? The guy fainted...
Raining today lol. The sand from sahara desert created the cloudy weather yesterday and it will leave from the sky and sun will shine again hope soon.
Morning all! The Sahara desert, airport toilets, ancient ruins – what's the weirdest place you've ever learned a language?
Am like lipstick cause am always on your girlfriends lips/ Am soo hot mum's labour ward was sahara desert/ Am the head of this rap game tho I aint into being given blow j*bs/ Goodmorning Familly!!!
Akpors, John and Rukewe were stranded in the Sahara desert, when they saw a bottle of Wine. They were so happy because they hadn't taken a drink in days. They decided to share the drink equally among themselves. John would take the top One-third, Rukewe would take the second, and Akpors would take the last. Since it was evening, they decided to keep it till the next morning, before drinking. Then they made themselves swear not to steal the wine. The next morning, the bottle of wine was empty. After cross examination, Akpors admitted he drank it. They asked him why and he said, "I woke up in the middle of the night, and was thirsty. But since my portion was at the bottom of the bottle, I had to drink through yours to get to it" Please is Akpors at fault?
If yu put the federal goverment to be incharge of sahara desert, in five yrs there had been shortage of sand.
One moment we're like the Sahara desert, next moment we're sea world. What weather is this.
Many Nigerian folks were convinced and saying blah blah blah about the sucking news of this abducted teen girls, Chad, Sahara desert is a place of many hides out. She'du Allah the vampire leader of the group Boko Haram mades it very clear that he is responsible for the missing girls and he included a visual video that those girls were sold out by circumstances that warrant to believe it or not. He is a moron with America Army tank that's behind him. I know many of Nigerians detest president Jonathan regime, this idea could be a strategy from America government to knock him out. — EBT
I got an exciting game ok first cut my body in five pieces legs arms & head my head hide it in a asylum my left arm hide it in the Sahara desert then my right arm hide it in the ocean my left leg hide it in the amazon & my right leg hide it in Australia now who ever finds all five body parts wins 100,000 dollars pretty cool game huh? *.* not for me though but still.
Smh this kid is elbow deep in a bag of salty, buttery popcorn with no bev in sight. Pray for his dry Sahara desert throat.
So, for fans of 24, Jack Bower is back! OK. I admit to being a fan of 24. But how long can Jack get shot up, still beat the crap out of bad guys and never stop to use the bathroom? Further, I've NEVER seen an episode wherein Jack has a "dead batt" a "low batt" a dropped call or no cell phone signal. Jack can be in the Sahara Desert, miles from a cell tower yet amazingly, he can place a call anywhere. I can't make a call in my driveway without going into a dead zone! Jack always gets schematics to any building instantaneously, but when I dealt with postal facilities, schematics were still in dusty, rolled up blueprint rolls. God help you trying to unearth them. But I digress... Jack, though by now, rather long in the tooth, can pretty much hack into ANY computer, hot wire any car, take down multiple muscular young thugs in a single bound, survive explosions, chemical attacks, and disable bombs and thwart nuclear threats that could destroy the Earth. Hey, he just jump started Chloe! She's back too! I think ...
Torturing myself with a cup of decaf.feels like the Sahara Desert in my lungs! *** cold coming on!!
My phone dryer than the Sahara desert..
The Sahara Desert – its name alone conjures up images of sand, extreme heat and a quest for survival. It’s the world’s third largest desert and the largest desert that will kill you with heat rather than cold. It’s something you can’t miss when you go to Morocco and if you haven’t already added it,…
There were two men by name Pual and Moses who were travelling in sahara desert of North Africa,they were too thirsty n hunger so the moved to a nearby village so when they approached the saw a the begun to hv compersation. Moses:wat can we do paul bse we r thirsty n hungery? Paul:let go to that nearby village. Moses: but it for muslim bse there is a mosque. Paul:let go Moses:let change our name to muslim's name so that we can fit in the society. Paul: no Moses:i will be called Musa. when the reached they found alots pple but muslim,they were welcome n made 2 introduced themselves,so one said Musa n other one Paul after that food was prepared 4 them n given to Paul n told Musa that it's a fasting period so muslim don't eat during the frnds learned from this story that only truth and reality will save from difficulties as Bible said.
Phone dryer than the sahara desert.
Tomorrow, I'll be dressed Arabic style ready for a trek across the Sahara desert on camel back to catch the African sunrise. I bloody love it here
Peep my boy Harrison. Trying to bite into that salty chicken and spicy broccoli pizza without a bev. Shame that the lack of liquid to his throat made it as dry as the Sahara desert. Shame he didn't make it to the nearest bev. Rip
May God be with these two individuals. They had no bevs ; their throats were dryer than the Sahara desert. Their throats were feeling like cacti. 1 like 1 prayer .
Never went home so early this whole semester. Place is drier than the Sahara desert
Did you know... The Sahara desert is expanding half a mile south every year.
This was shot during my camel trip in Sahara desert. Silence and sunset light make that such an incredible experience! For other works, please follow Marco Barbieri Photography
The heat here is like the sahara desert
Trying to fulfill your dream or destiny, just like try to fight adversity, is like trying to walk through the Sahara desert with the winds blowing against you. You can either turn back, go home and spend the rest of your life wondering what could have been or you can fight the current and get to the treasure in the Pyramids of Egypt, and achieve true happiness.
My lips feel like the Sahara desert. It's annoying.
So a man was drinking a soda and found out it was 89 cents to refill it. He decides he doesn't want to pay that and steals the refill. Needless to say he got caught. Not only did he get caught but was fined $525 dollars! Over a refill man?? Ain't no soda worth 525 bucks, boo!! I don't care if I'm in the middle of the Sahara Desert and every time I swallow the saliva sizzles!!! You got me messed up! What y'all think?
A visit to the Sahara desert is definitely an experience everyone should have at least once in their lifetime. It is a journey well worth the effort and you will have fond memories to last you forever. Imagine yourself on top a camel, trekking through the Sahara desert. There is nothing around you and all you can hear are the footsteps of the camel on the soft sand. The sky is vast and clear in the day and filled with millions of bright stars at night. It is a very peaceful experience, one raley known to most of the Western World Easy Tours Morocco can hepl you to organize your tour .
In Sahara desert for a jog. Need to reduce weight!
U can b handsome as zuma rock, n ur pocket could b dry as sahara desert. |st.timmie|
I feel like I'm in the Sahara Desert, everyone around me is thirsty af.
Did anyone else enjoy Beachworld? I had visions of Star Wars, Stargate etc. It also reminded me of the French dude Antoine de Saint-Exupéry who in 1935 famously crash landed and survived way out in the boonies of the Sahara desert for 3 days with very little food and water. Great short story.
I feel like I'm cleaning out the Sahara desert out of my ears for atleast a week after every beach trip.
If you don't like Capitalism, by all means go live under some rock in the Sahara desert, Oh wait, even animals practice it, Go live on the moon instead, away from everything.
5 Things to do this year 1. Roller blade the sahara desert from one side to the other 2. Make a snowball land on the sun 3. Win an oscar 4. Swim to Australia non stop from Portsmouth 5. Find an honest women Holy moly ive just realised only 4 ticks are possible
Someone recently said..."If u put d federal govt in charge of d Sahara desert, in 5 years there'll be shortage of sand".
Finally Get all comfy and cozy in bed and then I have this unbelievable thirst for some water like I jut spent 5 days in the Sahara desert
My mouth is dry as the Sahara Desert rite now omg!
An Air Algérie Boeing 737 crashes after take off from Tamanrasset, Algeria. A total of 96 passengers and 6 crew were killed, while 1 passenger survived. Its matching with MH 370 the Year Date and Day so for sure it was on saturday and it seems like as its in SAHARA DESERT 100%
May 4,2014.Didn't relize we were in the middle of the "Sahara Desert".Now I know how it feels to be sandblasted!
Someone talk to me. Phones been dryer than the Sahara Desert for like four point two years. Not really but really. Hmu. Practically, unnecessarily splurging my loot keeping the service on for nothing. Lol
Tell me why Hawaiian' s don't believe in A/C and I got to feel like I'm in the Sahara desert in my house.
Someone answer me this, If the sahara desert is so empty, why not fill it with solar panels?
I would travel across the Sahara desert wearing nothing but a parka and only a handful of saltines to eat just to be able to throw my name in a hat with a million other names, hopefully to win a drawing to have the opportunity to hold the door open for you and the chance that you might notice me.
Somebody fwm my phone on Sahara desert Lms 4 d #
Mansa Musa of Mali – The richest man ever was a devout Muslim from Mali Mansa Musa caused a sensation when he and his large retinue spent three months in Cairo in 1324. The Emperor of the Mali had crossed the Sahara desert on a pilgrimage to Mecca. Muslim Mali was rich in culture, agriculture, trade, and above all gold. Such was Mansa Musa's generosity, that during his visit to Cairo his gifts triggered the collapse of the price of gold and the Egyptian economy took ten years to recover. The River Niger and the Muslim trading world helped to connect Mansa Musa with European culture. He was pictured at the heart of Africa in a Spanish map, the Catalan Atlas, in 1375.
I live in the sahara desert while Sara n Andrew live in Antarctica. Really???
My phone drier than the Sahara
If we put all of the Federal Government, including tax affiliates in the Sahara Desert, we could reduce the debt by 87 percent. Like if you agree.
It's HOTTER then two fat people standing in the middle of the Sahara Desert. Lime St.on a Sunday is like trying to cross the Sahara Desert, stopping at South Parkway to get a coach to Lime St :-P
I, (me) feels like a 500 pounds Sumo wrestler in a hot *** sauna (New Orleans) that is in the Sahara Desert trying to reach to an oasis full of water which is impossible. Got my tongue hanging out. All I can see is the sun's ultra rays and I am literally dragging my *** like an animal scratching its *** on the ground.
The transferred sand from the Sahara desert makes the atmosphere colorful in a way. Happening now!
My phone is as dry as a sahara desert!
The weather feels like summer season at Sahara Desert, North Africa no sounds bad:|
25/4/2014 Do you guys know who sent in confessions? Cause some things are kindda private _ Admin Spring: Yep, we have a high tech IP address tracker that can track down who you are in 3 seconds even if you live in an igloo in the Sahara Desert. Ps. No. We can't. Just like how there can't be an igloo in the Sahara Desert.
Bear Grylls heads to the Sahara Desert to explore survival stories in this hostile, unforgiving terrain, Wed at 10/9c h…
Look closely - the famous Giza Pyramids stand all lonely and isolated in the middle of the Sahara Desert - NOT !!!
“We want to come back and play Sahara Desert blues group Tinariwen returns April 22
Who cares that The NY Times loves What’s more important is that the Sahara Desert blues group loves
So colleges have begun recruiting female gymnasts a bit young, in the same sense that the Sahara Desert is “a bit” dry, or the New York Jets are “a bit” dysfunctional. It used to be normal for a gymnast to be recruited as a junior in high school after a successful sophomore year. Now many girls are verbally committing to schools the summer after eighth grade. (No punch line: college recruiters were in our daughter’s gym last week looking exclusively at middle schoolers.)   So although (in the non-gymnastics world) our daughter’s verbal commitment to the University of Washington as a sophomore in high school seems rather early, it is now the gym-world equivalent of doing your taxes at 10:00 PM April 14th. It’s hard to tell where this trend will end. For all I know, the really proactive gym moms will soon be verbally committing their daughters in-utero, pending ultrasound confirmation of the baby’s gender.   So as a gym mom, you need to get started with the recruiting process early. Begin ...
FiSahara, or the Western Sahara International Film Festival, is a unique human rights film and culture festival celebrated in the Sahrawi refugee camps in the heart of the Sahara Desert, in Southwestern Algeria. We use film to empower and entertain ...
What these movies actually deserve is to have their film reels ripped to shreds and buried in an unmarked patch of the Sahara Desert where no innocent cinemagoer will accidentally chance upon it! 1. BODYGUARD 2. READY 3. AGENT VINOD 4. HOUSEFULL SERIES 5. JAI *** 6. CHENNAI EXPRESS ( SANS DEEPIKA OF COURSE) 7. SON OF SARDAR. 8. JISM 2 9. SATYA 2 10. RAM GOPAL VARMA KI AAG These r my top ten for the last decade
The South Pole is actually a desert environment, averaging about the same amount of monthly rainfall as the Sahara Desert.
WARNING : The smog currently in London and South East England is coming from the Sahara Desert. It is polluted and toxic. People with Asthma, please take precautions. Keep kids away from this killer smog. Cover your face if you spot smog in normal temperature.
running the Marathon des Sables next week in Sahara Desert raising money for Hope for Children. RT?
FUN FACT: if you spread out all the sand in North Africa, it would cover the Sahara Desert.
Adeyinka grandson wrote this _ _ _ _ We write, with particular pain, to you the youths of our Yoruba nation. We know that you are being ground down by the economic and political chaos in Nigeria, that most of you have to spend many more years than necessary to complete your school studies, that after struggling through schools, colleges and universities, you roam the streets jobless for years – incapable of supporting your parents, unable to plan your lives, to marry, or to begin to raise families of your own. It is painful to watch countless thousands of you desperately trying to flee to other lands to escape the hopelessness in Nigeria. We even know that some of you, in total desperation, try to reach the outside world by walking across the Sahara Desert to North Africa – many never making it through the dangerous desert.
27 This post is to the attention of Geography Students at the University Cramming for their finals__slHiadzi "During the Ice Age, according to the evolutionary theory, humans were grunting savages. “The Gloreanus map (1510) shows not only the exact line of the Atlantic coast of America from Canada to Tierra del Fuego, but also the whole length of the Pacific coast. “The King Jaime World Chart (1502) shows the Sahara Desert as a fertile land with large lakes, rivers and cities (which, at a remote period, it was). “Then there’s this Dulcert map of 1339, tracing from Ireland to the Don River of Eastern Europe; I tell you, this map shows precision beyond understanding. “But there’s one more. Its a beauty.” With a teasing twinkle, Corderoy eyed us each in turn, arose from his chair and ambled over to the window. He stood there gazing over the harbor toward Victoria Peak with its skirt of skyscrapers. He just stood there and said nothing. It was as though we were no longer with him. “Come on, Ph ...
Juliette Binoche Movie Night The English Patient (1996) In love, there are no boundaries. Storyline Beginning in the 1930's, "The English Patient" tells the story of Count Almásy who is a Hungarian map maker employed by the Royal Geographical Society to chart the vast expanses of the Sahara Desert along with several other prominent explorers. As World War II unfolds, Almásy enters into a world of love, betrayal, and politics that is later revealed in a series of flashbacks while Almásy is on his death bed after being horribly burned in a plane crash. Director: Anthony Minghella Writers: Michael Ondaatje (novel), Anthony Minghella (screenplay) Stars: Ralph Fiennes, Juliette Binoche, Willem Dafoe
Ethiopia, Yesterday and Today Ethiopia has a significant history reaching over 3,000 years into the past. The word "Ethiopia" has become a term for the idea of African solidarity and freedom, not just the name of a nation or a region. The ancient Greek historian Herodotus noted the region of Ethiopia as home to "people with burnt faces." During the Greek and Roman eras, everything south of the Sahara Desert in Africa was generally referred to as Ethiopia or Abysinnia. Biblical references also label Ethiopia as Cush, Kesh, Ekosh and Shewa (Sheba) in the Hebrew language. These were the names used in Solomon's courts when he received a visit from the Ethiopian Queen of Sheba. The biblical "Song of Solomon" praises her physical beauty. In modern times, especially since the battle of Adwa, Ethiopia has been seen as a de facto model of freedom for all black cultures sand societies world-wide. This held true up until the time the current political regime came to power. At least this is a homegrown terror and not ...
The loin is found in parts of Africa, south of the Sahara Desert.
On this day in 1930, after studying pictures taken a month prior, Pluto is discovered.. In 1955 the first of 14 tests in Operation Teapot is detonated in Nevada yielding 1.2 kilotons.. In 1977 the space shuttle Enterprise is taken for its first flight, piggybacked on a Boeing 747.. In 1979 snow falls in the Sahara Desert for the only time in recorded history... In 2001 Dale Earnhardt dies in an accident at the Daytona 500.. Oh, and in 1957 a child is born who would go on to make her living clapping, smiling, walking short distances and revealing letters, Vanna White... And that's February 18th
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You think this New York weather is weird? 35 years ago today, it snowed in the Sahara Desert. Happy Tuesday!
Free French led by Philippe Leclerc advance on the Italian base at Kufra oasis in the Sahara Desert
"My mouth is like the Sahara Desert.". "Mine is more like the Gobi."
RIP Jean Howard Cole. A very special woman who was my surrogate mom. Back in the 80s she opened her home to take in both me and my very large Afghan Hound after her son and I had gone our separate ways. She had an acerbic wit and fiercely loved a great debate. She was intelligent, not only passing the bar at a time when women lawyers were almost unknown, but also graduating top of her class. She was literate and had thoroughly digested all the great modern authors. She was cool and forward-thinking and loved Tom Waits, Sylvia Plath and the Beat Generation. She was an awesome Mom and adored her two boys, Frank and Pete. She was courageous in dealing with what no mother should have had to endure when her son Frank, a documentary filmmaker, was brutally murdered on a solo journey to cross the Sahara Desert. She was a loving and loyal wife who left her career and country to follow her former professor and husband Charles on diplomatic missions around the world, sometimes even into danger as when she c ...
The Environmental Protection Agency. Another unconstitutional cabinet sucking up money like a camel in the Sahara Desert after a long trek. The EPA is not only unconstitutional, but totally unnecessary. It will eat up over $8 BILLION dollars this year - $8 BILLION dollars that doesn't exist with the people's purse empty as counterfeit Senator Patty Murray's head. Abolish the Department of Homeland Security because it isn't necessary, it's nothing but a duplicate of a Soviet style operation headed up by an evil man named Michael Chertoff, who cares nothing for the U.S. Constitution. This year the Department of Fatherland Security will blow $35.6 BILLION dollars that don't exist - it will have to be borrowed; that interest will be slapped on the back of your children and grand babies. Do you care?
A friend referred me to a certain latitude and longitude on Google Maps not long ago. The coordinates were somewhere in the middle of the Sahara Desert. At first I thought I was sent on a wild goose chase, but when I zoomed in, my mind was blown... (read more)
How effective is the "Ground Cover" concept MOPD is introducing people to in Mali, West Africa? This was the first Man Of Peace Development ground cover test garden. Keep in mind this region received almost no rain for 9 months each year. This soil has seen one little sprinkle of rain in five months and we are still 4 months way from rains. We are south of the Sahara Desert, in the Sahel, after all. There are two halves to this drip irrigated garden. Six women on one side, and six women with drip irrigation lines running perpendicular (Because of the hills slope). Which half of the garden is healthiest? The first pictures with ground cover from the beginning. The last few pictures without ground cover for the first three weeks after seeding. Any difference? Within the first ten days the women were remarking. the ground cover side is growing 30% faster. Although ground cover was eventually put down after three weeks of comparison, this uncovered side of the drip irrigated garden never did catch up. As you ...
A Gold Mine in the Desert – The Story of Mali Sep. 20 African History, Math and Science no comments Today, Mali is known as one of the poorest countries on earth. Life expectancy and literacy rates are dangerously low. A violent rebellion by the ethnic Tauregs in the North of the country that is threatening to split the country in half has been one of the few things that brought Mali to the news lately. But life in Mali has not always been this negative and depressing. Once, Mali was the shining example of a successful Muslim state. It was the envy of people around the world. It truly was a gold mine in the desert. Geography The region known as Mali is located in the southern extremities of the Sahara Desert. Here there is a transitional region between the arid and barren deserts to the North and the rain forests along the coast to the south. This is known as the Sahel. Map of Africa showing the trade routes that brought Islam to the region What Mali lacks in fertile land, it more than made up for with ...
Flooding in the UK, freezing in North America and tropical cyclones and flooding in Somalia: Natural hazards: Global warming and erratic climatic changes are on the grip. Is it due to man-made factors or the world has entered into an episode of erratic climatic changes. We know that where the Sahara Desert is today, 7000 - 10,000 years ago it was lush tropical grassland rich in animals and pastures.
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF NIGERIA Several dominant themes in Nigerian history are essential for understanding contemporary Nigerian politics and society. First, the spread of Islam, predominantly in the north but later in southwestern Nigeria as well, began a millennium ago. The creation of the Sokoto Caliphate in the jihad (holy war) of 1804–8 brought most of the northern region and adjacent parts of Niger and Cameroon under a single Islamic government. The great extension of Islam within the area of present-day Nigeria dates from the nineteenth century and the consolidation of the caliphate. This history helps account for the dichotomy between north and south and the divisions within the north that have been so pronounced during the colonial and postcolonial eras. Second, the slave trade across both the Sahara Desert and the Atlantic Ocean had a profound influence on virtually all parts of Nigeria. The transatlantic trade in particular accounted for the forced migration of perhaps 3.5 million people be ...
Do you know that the Sahara Desert used to be green? Rivers flowed from it into Lake Chad. But the desert saw it's last wet period in about 9000 to 3000 B.C.
The Touareg inhabit the Saharan regions of North Africa. ‘Touareg’ is an Arabic term meaning ‘abandoned by God’. They call themselves ‘Imohag’, translated as ‘free men'. No one knows the true origin of the Touareg, where they came from or when they arrived in the Sahara. Reputedly of Berber descent, the language of the Tuareg is Tamachek, with their own script known as Tifinagh, thought to have ancient Libyan roots. Their numbers are unclear, but estimates run between 300,000 and 1 million. The Touareg were recorded by the Greek historian Herodotus in the 5th Century BC. The Touareg are best known for the men's practice of veiling their faces with a blue cloth dyed with indigo (that's why the banner of our league is in blue color lol). Early travelers' accounts often referred to them as the "Blue Men" of the Sahara Desert, the region where many Touareg live. It is believed that the Touareg are descendants of the North African Berbers.
"If a government were put in charge of the Sahara Desert, within five years they’d have a shortage of sand." -- Dr. Milton Friedman
Prehistoric and Berber Libya[edit] Main article: Prehistoric North Africa Prehistoric Libyan rock paintings in Tadrart Acacus reveal a Sahara once lush in vegetation and wildlife. Tens of thousands of years ago, the Sahara Desert, which now covers roughly 90% of Libya, was lush with green vegetation. It was home to lakes, forests, diverse wildlife and a temperate Mediterranean climate. Archaeological evidence indicates that the coastal plain of was inhabited by Neolithic peoples from as early as 8000 BC. These peoples were perhaps drawn by the climate, which enabled their culture to grow, subsisting on the domestication of cattle and the cultivation of crops.[1] Rock paintings and carvings at Wadi Mathendous and the mountainous region of Jebel Acacus are the best sources of information about prehistoric Libya, and the pastoralist culture that settled there. The paintings reveal that the Libyan Sahara contained rivers, grassy plateaus and an abundance of wildlife such as giraffes, elephants and crocodiles. ...
HISTORY OF THE HAUSA OR HAUSAWA( PART 1) The Hausa (autonyms for singular : Bahaushe (m), Bahaushiya (f); plural Hausawa and general: Hausa/Haoussa; exonyms being Ausa, Mgbakpa, Kado, Al-Takari and Abakwariga) are the largest ethnic group in West Africa and one of the largest ethnic groups in Africa. They live primarily in the Sahelian and Sudanian areas of northern Nigeria and southeastern Niger, with significant numbers also living in parts of Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Chad, Togo, Ghana,[2] and Sudan. The largest population of Hausa are concentrated in Nigeria and Niger, where they constitute the majority. Predominantly Hausa communities are scattered throughout West Africa and on the traditional Hajj route across the Sahara Desert, especially around the town of Agadez. A few Hausa have also moved to large coastal cities in the region such as Lagos and Cotonou, as well as to parts of North Africa such as Libya. Most Hausa, however, live in small villages or towns in West Africa, where they grow crops, r ...
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I spoke to some Agents that I know. They tell me the apparatus mysteriously vanished from the parking lot one cold night. It was seen last year in the Sahara Desert near the B 24 Lady Be Good !
There's more sand on the roads right now than sand in the Sahara Desert and more salt than the Dead Sea.
I am aiming to raise over £2000 for Marie Curie by walking for 5 days across the "Sahara Desert" !!! Why not donate £1 a month by text message ? All you have to do is just text - TWSD99 £1 (or any amount after the pound sign) to 70070
*** were u partyin in the sahara desert?!! U mustve been
my hair is now as dry as the Sahara Desert fsss
Sahara’s Wildlife Disappearing Rapidly, Researchers Say: Sahara- the world's largest tropical desert- might no...
Row of people riding camels through the desert, Sahara Desert, Morocco Poster Print by Panoramic Images (36 x 12)
Lmfao I'm reading the Grapes of Wrath... It explains how Stevins Ancestors traveled through the Sahara Desert.!
GOING THROUGH THE MOTIONS. A camel trader is walking across the Sahara Desert. The party pitches a tent for the night. And the slaves drive pegs into the ground and tie the camels to the pegs. Then they come in to say to the master, “There are only nineteen pegs and we’ve got twenty camels. How do we tie the twentieth camel?” And the master said, “These camels are stupid animals. Just go through the motions of tying the camel and he’ll stay put all night,” which is what they did, and the camel stood there, convincing everybody. And the next morning they lifted the tent and continued on their journey, the slaves came to complain that all the camels were following except this one. This one refused to budge. And the master said,“ You forgot to untie him.” They said, “Oh, yes,” so they went through the motions of untying him. This is an image of the human condition. We’re scared about things that are not. We’re tied to things that don’t exist. They’re illusions. They’re falsehood ...
Happy happy birthday Viller!! Balu ku ali ka matula keng pamagpost kung ini pero buri kung abalu mu na kaluguran dka at proud ku keka. Keep going anak and just take your time. Enjoy ka mu ken nukarin ka mn keng africa. May you find inner peace in your hoilday there in the Mountains of Atlas and in Sahara Desert. Mimingat ka. Atsu kmi mu keni. Love you and god bless.
WILD BILL on CYPRUS TV*Tuesday PM on the Strip before Britney arrived, A TV camera crew from Cyprus at The Fountains asked if they could video my Musical Madness honking horns! They kept wanting me to yell PAPARAZZI as I played? Promised to send me a copy to share on FB. But so did TV crews before from Norway, Mexico City, Iran, France, Jordan and a dozen other foreign TV crews. Oh, well! Maybe one day I*ll be wandering thru the Sahara Desert and a guy on a camel will yell HEY! I KNOW YOU! YOU*RE THAT CRAZY GUY HONKING BIKE HORNS AND RINGING BELLS IN VEGAS! Take whatever happens in life as a Blessing.and...Watch Your Garden Grow!!!
/Sahara desert deaths: 92 migrants perish in Niger after vehicle breakdowns
Mongabay ‘86% of big animals in the Sahara Desert are extinct or endangered’
I was not aware that my room was the Sahara desert
The epitome of Texas weather. Sahara desert one day, arctic tundra the next.
Large elder Tree wooden pendant. elder tree is considered a magical tree and used by pagans and wticheswyrd wizard Fine Handcrafted Magical Tools STUFF FOR SALE VIEW YOUR CART Welcome! magical properties of wood itrim.jpg This is a brief description of the magical properties of woods, for this subject is vast! All the folklore, Magical uses, Gods & Goddesses, cultures, religions and characteristics of any one tree would fill a small library. Almost all cultures have myths or folklore about a tree or trees, making it clear that these ancient beings have been a friend of man for a very long time. But, I’m not sure that they see us in the same light. It is my opinion that one should not read too much into the properties of a wood, for any witch or wizard can wield any wood to do her or his bidding, though it might change the manner in which it is done. For example, if using a wand made of Apple wood – a tree of love – you might want to send forth your magic from your heart to take advantage of the pro ...
phone stay drier than a Sahara desert 😒
I hate when you wake up with a mouth like the Sahara Desert
The heating system in Linden Plaza is hotter than peak hours in the Sahara desert my goodness!!! I'm sweating a new ocean trying to sleep!😩😭
NEWTON JIBUNOH DRIVES FROM LONDON TO LAGOS Dr.r Newton Chukwukadibia Jibunoh was born in January1,1938. He became an orphan at the age of two. His father, Mr. Samuel Jibunoh and his mother Ziporah died in his hometown in Akwukwu-Igbo in Delta State. In his quest to face the challenges of life, he decided to drive from London to Lagos in a car in 1966. He made a solo expenditure of driving across the Sahara desert. In 2000, he embarked on his second Sahara desert expedition; this time traveling in the reverse direction from Nigeria to Europe. This he did to reveal the plight of the millions of people in Africa affected by the fast-encroaching Sahara desert. After his second experience, he founded Fight Against Desert Encroachment, FADE. As he turned 70 on January 1, 2008, he made his third trip across the world’s largest desert. He became the only child of his parents after his sister died. Welcome to the world of the “Desert Man” brought to you in this edition of Past Perfect. I started off as an or ...
Height of sarcasm."if you make pak government in charge of Sahara desert in 5 year there will be shortage of sand" .We can say same abt our government but it will take a bit longer.
Love the ! I would rather live in Siberia then the Sahara desert! I love the cold!!!
My nose is running like a faucet, my eye balls are on Sahara Desert level, and my body is literally screaming FU, *** 🚿🌵😠
My DMs are dry than a than the Sahara Desert 😫
What if all the pictures that we see of Mars are really just pictures of the Sahara desert?!
If only. Dryer than the Sahara desert rn to be real🚶.
Fascinating article about the collapse of neglected desert populations in the
Water is a state of mind. Go into the Sahara. Desert w/o water & see how fast your mind. evaporates. Go Repub,u don't'll. send others.
Wondering why someone would even TRY to run across the Sahara desert. The show "Desert Runners" is unreal. 150 miles at 100-122 degrees!
Waiting for my hair to dry is like waiting for it to rain in the Sahara desert
I swear, a girl can be in the Sahara desert with a wool jacket, a windbreaker, a thermal blanket, and a mexican poncho and still be cold.
My mouth is dryer than the Sahara desert
lol, if CPT is hot, then Limpopo is the Sahara desert in Summer. Trust me, you don't have it half as bad. But yes, please come
The temperature in my house ranges from Antarctica to the Sahara Desert
I don't know what to wear tomorrow because it's gonna be like Alaska during the morning and the Sahara Desert in the afternoon
The fact that I can't sleep because my *** sinuses, one nostril feels like Niagara Falls and the other is the Sahara Desert.
It's like the mother freaking Sahara Desert in my room! I'm sweating like a *** in church!🙈
Why must it feel like the Sahara desert in my room
Adderall had me using Chapstick but my lips are still as dry as the Sahara desert
guess it kinda helps you focus & you can hear/think a lot clearer when your inbox is as dry as the Sahara Desert
When it's not Antarctic in my house it's the Sahara desert. Can't freakin win!
What Has Happened in Darfur? Sudan is Africa’s largest country, located just south of Egypt on the eastern edge of the Sahara desert. The Darfur region is a drought-prone area of western Sudan. By area, Darfur is roughly the size of Texas and is divided into three states that had a collective population of approximately 6 million people before the crisis in Darfur began in 2003. Darfurians exist largely on subsistence farming or nomadic herding. There are between 40 and 80 ethnic groups in Darfur. Most villages are multi-ethnic and, despite ethnic differences, there is a history of peaceful coexistence. Local languages include Arabic, Fur and Massalit. The conflict in Darfur began in the spring of 2003 when two Darfuri rebel movements – the Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM) and Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) – launched attacks against government military installations as part of a campaign to fight against the historic political and economic marginalization of Darfur. The Sudanese government, at ...
My phone is dryer than the Sahara desert 
I would rather crawl across the Sahara Desert with no water than do my homework rn.
Not only guys were thirstin at this club but females to! There was enough water here though to make the Sahara Desert w…
that was deeper than a ditch in the Sahara desert.
My mouth feels like the Sahara desert right now tf 😳
86 percent of big in the Desert are extinct or endangered. Read more at
My phone be Sahara desert dry. I don't be havin bait like y'all think 😒
My lips are as dry as the Sahara Desert 👎 where's my Chapstick 😳😳😳
Half of species in Sahara Desert study said extinct or nearly so -
My phone goes from the Atlantic Ocean to the Sahara desert in like 3.5
where it feels like Antarctica one day and feels like the Sahara desert the next day
My phone is like the Sahara Desert right now 🍃🌾🌵🌞
..I've never had to use maps. One of those people who never gets lost. Didn't get lost in the Sahara Desert even.
My phone was ringing off the hook a sec ago, now it's dryer than the Sahara desert .
When I blush my face gets all hot like an oven in the sahara desert so embarrassing geez and that made no sense
it depends on what dessert, the Sahara desert receives less than 2cm a year so it does rain!:)
My phone would make a great Cactus in the Sahara desert.
The dark round domes of the A�r Mountains rise out of the Sahara Desert, a chain of islands in a sea of sand.
I swear my phone is like the sahara desert. -_-
Top 10 Largest Construction Projects Here we present a list of the top 10 Largest Construction Projects. Construction industry has amazed us throughout civilizations and during our times, there is no exception that the industry is still getting bigger and more challenged by nature. Enjoy this awesome list. 1. South Valley Development, Egypt - Trying to disperse Egyptian population to other areas, there are some major development going on in the Sahara desert. Water is being transported and made accessible as the first sign of major construction. The first stage of this mega-project was the Mubarak Pump Stations, completed in 2003. There is no question that this is the world’s biggest pumping station, with the capacity to handle 25 million cubic meters per day. Nile River water is pumped into the Sheikh Zayed Canal, a 72-kilometer-long. 2. Jubail II, Saudi Arabia - A 22 year industrial project that is getting an $80 billion expansion. This project will have the effect of double the population of the area ...
My skin is dryer than the Sahara desert. Winter ***
Bigger than all of Brazil, one of the harshest ecosystems on Earth, and largely undeveloped, one would expect that the Sahara desert would be a haven for desert wildlife. One would anticipate that big African animals—which are facing poaching and habitat loss in other parts of the world—would thrive...
Members when walking in the mall near the food court an it felt like everyone was staring at you ... Now it feels like the Sahara desert lmao not a sole in sight
As I write these words I am flying in the belly of a giant metal bird over the duned sands of the Sahara Desert. No, I’m not dreaming or...
My favorite Poem by Nikki Giovanni Ego Tripping (there may be a reason why) "I was born in the congo I walked to the fertile crescent and built the sphinx I designed a pyramid so tough that a star that only glows every one hundred years falls into the center giving divine perfect light I am bad I sat on the throne drinking nectar with allah I got hot and sent an ice age to europe to cool my thirst My oldest daughter is nefertiti the tears from my birth pains created the nile I am a beautiful woman I gazed on the forest and burned out the sahara desert with a packet of goat's meat and a change of clothes I crossed it in two hours I am a gazelle so swift so swift you can't catch me For a birthday present when he was three I gave my son hannibal an elephant He gave me rome for mother's day My strength flows ever on My son noah built new/ark and I stood proudly at the helm as we sailed on a soft summer day I turned myself into myself and was jesus men intone my loving name All praises All praises I am the one ...
Nouakchott (AFP) - Mauritania's ruling party scored a sweeping victory in legislative and local elections, while an Islamist party came second, the elections commission said Tuesday. The ruling Union for the Republic (UPR) and its allied parties won a large majority in the 147-seat parliament, according to results from 121 seats which were won in the first round. There was no outright winner of the remaining 26 seats which will go to a second round of voting, which the national electoral commission on Tuesday postponed for two weeks until December 21. The UPR won 56 seats, while another 34 seats were shared between 14 small parties aligned to the ruling party, in the first local and legislative elections in the mainly-Muslim West African nation since 2006 The main Islamist party Tewassoul, which had been closely-watched as it took part in elections for the first time, won 12 seats. Tewassoul, the only member of the 11-party Coordination of Democratic Opposition (COD) to resist an election boycott, has cla ...
Are you effing kidding me?!?! If people are driving 20 miles per hour over a little bit of rain, what the *** is going to happen when it starts snowing? LET'S GO PEOPLE!! You better man up and learn how to drive before REAL weather comes around. Or, you could just get the *** out of my way and move somewhere it never rains/snows. I've heard the Sahara Desert is beautiful this time of year. Smdh
And now for something completely different, today's ski soundtrack is Tinariwen! If you like music, check them out. And don't worry, they sound nothing like Phish. In fact this band of musicians from the Sahara Desert sound nothing like anything else in your collection, guaranteed.
When I miss you, I don't have to go far...I just have to look inside my heart because that's where I'll find you. I miss you more than the sun misses the sky at night. Sometimes, when one person is missing, the whole world seems depopulated. You asked me what was wrong, I smiled and said nothing, when you turned around and a tear came down and I whispered to myself... everything is. Everyone tells me i should forget you, that you don't deserve me. They're right, you don't deserve me, but i deserve you. You can love someone so much... but you can never love people as much as you can miss them. I might not get to see you as often as I'd like, I may not get to hold you in my arms at night, but deep in my heart I know that it's true. No matter what happens... I will always love you. Nothing hurts more then waiting since I don't even know what I'm waiting for anymore. People say you have at least five dreams per night. That's like 30 billion dreams a year. So at least one of yours has to be about me. All I rea ...
That great you are happy from last six years and the way we had enjoyed it. If your friend ask you for cup of water in your London flat then he will be not very angry when you ignore him. But if he will ask you, for cup of water in the middle of sahara desert, if you ignore him, he will be very angry. This is less about cup of water, more about how much someone need it.
Newly-opened, a small luxury desert camp near the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi, Merzouga, but far from other desert camps established�in this part of the Sahara Desert.
Why does the winter weather make my skin drier than the sahara desert? I've put loads of moisturiser on and its still dry.
With some of the business out of the way , today we visited Saqqara at the very edge of the Sahara Desert and it's famous Step Pyramid, the oldest pyramid in Egypt. Again , we were privileged to have Dr Zahi Hawass talk to our group and autograph his latest book. What an beautiful man he is with outstanding achievements, well respected for his experties on Egyptology. Early start tomorrow going inside the great pyramid of Giza and the Sphynx.
WARNING: While the country has come a long way since the civil war in the 1990s, there are still occasional attacks against government institutions (buildings, police forces, etc). Such attacks include bombings, false roadblocks, kidnappings, and ambushes , particularly in rural areas such as the Kabylie region of the country. Sporadic episodes of civil unrest have been known to occur. Additionally, there is the threat of bandits and an al Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group (AQIM) in the south of the country. Much of their activity has been in neighboring Mali & Niger. In the autumn of 2011, a few European aid workers were kidnapped by AQIM and held captive in Mali until July 2012. Also, in January 2013, Al Qaeda captured several foreigners including British and Americans. Tamanrasset is safe to visit due to police & military presence, but you should not attempt to travel in the Sahara desert without a local guide taking adequate caution. Some routes in the Sahara may require vehicles to travel only in mili ...
the mighty desolation of Sahara desert seen from an elicopter! ... or not!
Mouth is drier than a popcorn fart in the Sahara desert
First i took a very cursory view of the statement quoted by Mr.Sami Sarfraz ascribed to one Geoffery D Langlands,but when i read it again, it made a lot of sense to me,the statement of E YEARSLanglands is, "IF YOU PUT THE PAKs Federal Government IN CHARGE OF THE SAHARA DESERT,IN FIVE YEARS THERE WOULD BE A SHORTAGE SAND''-I was thinking that we have such a great talent in making shortages, that we can export our expeise to different countries.Any country, who has anything in excess,we can simply send a Secretary, or a Minister,and the thing will become scarce in hat country within no time.
What I love about cold medicine? That it takes away some of my stuffiness... What I hate about cold medicine? How much it dries my throat out. It feels like the Sahara Desert right now!
"If the US government was put in charge of the Sahara desert, it would be out of sand in five years"
She reminds me of the Sahara desert
Many people say that New Zealand is beautiful, I do not know, but after 22 hours on a plane even the Sahara desert would look beautiful...
If PAKISTAN GOVERNMENT is made the federal governer of Sahara desert, there would be a shortage of sand in 5 years.:P
If some one give Sahara Desert to govern to Congress, In 5 years it will be out of sand
The Yemenite Jews read a Megillah for Chanukah. Megilat Antiochus. There is a history of the reading. Rabbi Yahya ben Yosef Zalih, leading Rabbi in San'a, Yemen, (1715 ) indicated that some Congregations in Yemen read the Megilat. Rabbi Amram Zabban of G'ardaya in the Sahara Desert viewed the Megilat as a requirement. (1926). The Jews of Kurdistan read the Megilat during Chanukah. Rabbi Yihye Kafah (1850-1932) used to teach the Megilat in Yemen in the Aramaic original. Ha-Siddur Hashalem Daily Prayer Book Philip Birnbaum, contained the Megilat. The following website has Megilat Antiochus in Hebrew & English. A bit different from what is in the Birnbaum Siddur.
*** if yu put Pak Federal's goverment in charge of sahara desert, in 5 yrs there would be a Shortage of Sand. :/ :
Hours after a brutal attack on the Air Force base in Maiduguri, a source has revealed that the attack was successful due to negligence on security measures advised following Boko Haram renewed Insurgency is one of the reasons that largely made Monday’s attack possible by the sect. The Nigerian military despite its denial are fighting the Boko Haram sect with obsolete weapons that are less inferior to that of the sect’s sophistication, and also poorly remuneration for the troops on the war front. A military source confirmed that for over month, both the Federal Government and the higher military command have been advised on the need to station detachment of counter-terrorist troops around Sahara Desert with sole aim of crushing Boko Haram Islamic sect in view of the sect penetration in Nigeria through several borders with Niger Republic, Cameroon and Chad. Yobe state, which is second stronghold of the sect, also had international borders with Zinder and Diffa regions of Niger Republic. The formation of ...
Bantu ("the people") migration spreads through sub-Saharan Africa (Africa south of the Sahara Desert), over some 2,000 years. Bantu, a linguistically related group of about 60 million people living in equatorial and southern Africa, probably originated in West Africa, migrating downward gradually into southern Africa. The Bantu migration was one of the largest in human history. The cause of this movement is uncertain, but is believed related to population increase, a result of the introduction of new crops, such as the banana (native to south Asia), allowing more efficient food production. Societies typically depended on subsistence agriculture or, in the savannas, pastoral pursuits. Political organization was normally local, although large kingdoms would later develop in western and central Africa. The Iron Age South of the Sahara (Richard Hooker, Civilizations in Africa ,WSU) in their history, the Bantu split into two major linguistic branches—the Eastern and Western Bantu. The Eastern Bantu migrated ...
Making Spousal Rape a Crime Hello, and welcome back to As It Is from VOA Learning English.(1) I’m Christopher Cruise in Washington.(2) Today on the program, our East Africa Correspondent Gabe Joselow is here with a report on how African men are helping stop rape on the continent…(3) “The government is giving more support to women who are victims of such crimes.(4) It is also talking with men and to criminals who are seeking to improve their lives. These efforts are happening across Africa.”(5) But first, we report on the latest efforts to make the rape of a spouse a crime in all of Africa…(6) “You know, there’s the African thing that your husband can’t rape you. You know, they’ll tell you how can your husband rape you? It’s an entitlement.”(7) Fighting rape in Africa, the subject of our reports today, as you learn everyday American English with As It Is on VOA.(8) In about half of African countries south of the Sahara Desert, it is not against the law for a man to force his wife to h ...
Okay, I have really tried to avoid playing this, but "someone" is applying pressure number is 14 so I have tried to find very obscure things =) 1. One of my very favorite foods is grilled asparagus with cream sauce. I could eat plates of it. 2.I love to sew and can make my own patterns for shirts and dresses, and make about anything. 3. I have sheared sheep with both electric and hand shears, and although Jer and I trade off when our hands get tired, I always get stuck with shearing the "private parts" of the 4.jerry and I have ridden camels in the Sahara Desert, and I liked it =) 5. I am not afraid of any animals including snakes and spiders. In fact after jer killed a snake this summer, I took it and wrapped it around the door handle on my son in law's work truck (I love practical jokes) 6.I love to paint, and have sold paintings nationally and internationally 7.I have operated a backhoe, bulldozer, and excavator and love it! 8.I love to hunt with Jer and have already killed a deer this . ...
2 January • A study by Caltech astronomers reports that the Milky Way Galaxy contains at least one planet per star, resulting in approximately 100–400 billion exoplanets. The study, based on planets orbiting the star Kepler-32, suggests that planetary systems may be the norm around stars in our galaxy • LG Electronics releases the first commercial OLED television. OLED screens are thinner, more efficient and capable of displaying images with greater definition than conventional LCD and plasma screens. 3 January • Scientists analyse a meteorite, NWA 7034, that was found in the Sahara Desert and purchased in Morocco in 2011, and report that it is a new type of Mars rock with an unusually high water content. 4 January • Toyota demonstrates an autonomous car capable of sensing and reacting to its surroundings, monitoring its driver and communicating with other vehicles 7 January • Remarkably well-preserved zinc pills are discovered aboard a 2,000-year-old Roman shipwreck, giving a rare insight in ...
Today's Floppy cartoon is from 1955, written by Warren Foster, directed by Friz Freleng, all voices by Mel Blanc. Notice that Yosemite Sam's name in this cartoon is "Riff-Raff Sam". This name is apparently a reference to the Rif (or Riff) region of northern Morocco, a region which is mainly mountainous. A large part of southern Morocco is covered by the Sahara Desert--thus the connection of "Riff" to this cartoon which takes place in the Sahara. Hollywood films that took place in the desert (especially in the Sahara) were very popular in the decades leading up to this cartoon. Such movie titles include: "Lost in the Legion" (1934); "We're in the Legion Now" (1936); "Legion of Missing Men" (1937); "Trouble in Morocco" (1937); "Adventure in Sahara" (1938); "Beau Geste" (1939); "Drums of the Desert" (1940); "The Desert Song" (1929, 1943, & 1953); "Rogues' Regiment" (1948); "Outpost in Morocco" (1949); "Desert Legion" (1953); "Fort Algiers" (1953); and many more.
that's all you got? I'd hunt you down and then leav you in the Sahara desert to be eaten by a camel :-)
sense of humor mirrors the climate of the Sahara Desert
Most attempt to cross the divide of death between Tropical Africa and the Mediterranean Coast is suicidal. One wonders why people of Africa are rushing to Europe that is facing recession today and ready to give their lives crossing the Sahara Desert...
Like really when I text u don't come at me with the *** sahara desert -,-
My phones drier than the Sahara desert . Change that
I would like to remind my friends that there is unforgetten people so called Tuaregs. Tuaregs are the people of the Sahara desert. Since dryness and change of climate in the Sahara thousand years ago, they have been surviving in unforgiven land in terrible conditions. However, tuaregs have developed remarkable culture and civilization in the Sahara , linking North Africa and West Africa , facilating transahara commercial and cultural movement as well. As result of invasion of colonizers to homeland of tuaregs, they ( Tuaregs ), were pushed to the harshest places of that great land. Anyway, after long -term resistance, Tuaregs found themselves under new created borders in which their freedom movement was limited and finally they have had their land stolen and their right denied. And more worst, Tuaregs now are refugees without land in their homeland.
I have unlimited texting for NOTHING. My phone stays dryer than the Sahara desert, fr.
How did guy say hed give all the camels in the sahara desert and a ferrari for her hand. Morrocan guys chatup lines are cray
My lips are dryer than the Sahara desert and non stop talking at work isn't helping
This store is drier than the Sahara desert. There haven't been any customers within the past two hours.
Phones dryer than the Sahara desert
I hate turkey it's dryer than the sahara desert
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And to the new girl fakes your mentions about to be dryer than the Sahara desert.
A man go's for a job interview for a lumber jack, the interviewer ask him "what experience have you and we're have you worked before?" The man quickly replies" I cut down trees in the Sahara forest! " The interviewer replies " surely you mean the Sahara desert"? The man replies, is that what they call it now!!!
DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — The mayor of the northern Niger town of Agadez says that around 35 migrants, including women and children, who were being smuggled to Algeria died of thirst and dehydration in the Sahara Desert after their truck broke down. Mayor Rhissa Feltou said Monday that this occurred as long as two weeks ago, but authorities are only learning of it now after survivors managed to make it out of the desert. He said at least 60 people were travelling on two trucks, and one of the two broke down around 50 kilometers (30 miles) north of Arlit, on the sand path to Tamanrasset, a town in southern Algeria. The path is a well-known trafficker's route for taking people to North Africa, from where they can try to board boats to Europe.
35 migrants crossing the Sahara desert towards Europe die of thirst in Niger, officials say
Ibn Battuta Ibn Battuta was born in a rich family in Tangier, Morocco. His plan was to be a judge. After his studying, Ibn Battuta decided to make pilgrimage to Makkah for Hajj. Makkah was 3000 miles away and the journey would take more then a year. Therefore, Ibn Battuta left on June 14, 1325 CE. Fascinated by the sights he saw, Ibn Battuta decided to devote his life to traveling. First, he made two rules for himself: • Only to visit the Muslim world. • Never to travel any road a second time. He began first by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Then he sailed down the Red Sea to Makkah. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and traveled to what are now Iraq and Iran. In 1330 CE, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then along the coast of East Africa to present day Tanzania. Then in 1332 CE, Ibn Battuta decided to go to India. He was welcomed by the Sultan of Delhi and given the job of a judge. He stayed in India for 8 years and then left for China. He survived wars, shipwrecks, and rebell ...
I have no idea what its like outside but in my room it fels like im in the sahara desert in the middle of summer while wearing winter kapray
About 35 migrants die of thirst in Niger as they try to cross the Sahara Desert on their way to Europe, officials say
My mentions dryer than the sahara desert
My phone stay dry my love life stay dry I am the Sahara desert 😂😭
Ah Florida, where it's the most beautiful weather you've ever seen at 7am and the Sahara desert at 8.
Seeing a laxbro in Florence right now is the equivalent of seeing an effing polar bear in the Sahara desert
My phone dryer then the sahara desert. Somebody hmj!
.Sahara migrants 'die of thirst': Dozens of people traversing the Sahara desert on their way to Europe are...
Need some texting buddies forreal phone be dryer than the Sahara desert!
A blow upon a bruise The Sahara Desert of drugs for Darren His life so barren. 'With no smart or shock of surprise' A black eye upon a black eye, From thugs he couldn't pay; ‘it’s ok’. Drugs for breakfast, dinner, tea, Late night snacks of Smak, Incompatible with life. Then he went away (like Sebastian) And never came back. I never asked; I knew. Around the time- Of Damien Hirst’s 'Dead Sheep' He drew a dead bird He found in the street, Which didn't offend against its dignity Enhanced it indeed Darren, dead sparrow
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My World Religions homework is dryer than the Sahara desert.
Some Africans died of thirst while crossing the Sahara desert. Sorry stret. We r complaining about the rainy PNG season here!
Kauai sure gets a lot of vog from Hawaii Island. Has anyone asked the Mauna Loa Observatory whether or not they detect pesticide chemicals in the dust from Kauai? I know they get dust from the Sahara Desert. I just wonder if Hawaii Island gets poison dust from Kauai.
Priest and Nun on a camel in the Sahara desert. The camel drops dead leaving them doomed. Realising their fate, and having never seen a naked woman, the priest asks the nun to show her *** and she agrees, providing he shows his *** They fondle each other and the priest gets an erection. Priest says, 'You know if I put this in the right place I can create life''. 'Good!' said the Nun, 'Stick it up the camels *** and lets get the fok out of here!'.
I’m gonna impregnate Danica Patrick while getting drunk in the Sahara desert on a dune buggy
Migrants die of thirst in Niger while crossing sahara desert..
Baltic nyts are bk oryte heating up full bunha it is !! Sahara desert time !!
Climate change forecasters disappointed in lack of hurricanes By USA Today October 28, 2013 What happened to the hurricane season? The predictions that were made back in the spring were quite ominous, calling for an above-average number of hurricanes: Colorado State University predicted nine, while the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said seven to 11. The Weather Channel and AccuWeather also predicted unusually active seasons. Yet, as of late October, with only weeks left in a season that ends Nov. 30, just two hurricanes have formed in the Atlantic Ocean, the fewest since 1982, according to data from the National Hurricane Center. For the first time since 1994, there have been no "major" hurricanes (Category 3 or above) anywhere in the Atlantic Ocean. "It's the biggest seasonal forecast bust we've ever had," said Colorado State meteorologist Phil Klotzbach. "It's a huge surprise, since all of the forecasts were calling for an active season." And while the number of named tropical s ...
My skin is fricken drier than the Sahara Desert!! Ugh? Jennifer Rae Frieze, should I put some lotion on my skin?
Dozens of migrants from Niger, heading for Algeria, die of thirst in the Sahara desert
Marrakech , Merzouga Desert 3 DAYS 2 NIGHTS 1. - ROUTE ITINERARY Day 1 : MARRAKECH - AIT BENHADDOU - Ouarzazate - Dades . At 07:00 hours in the morning , we pick you up at your hotel or riad accommodation in Marrakech and left the city bound for Ouarzazate . We climbed to the pass Tizi n Tichka ( 2260m ) , then down a magnificent valley full of almond trees and fig trees. We reached the town of Ait Benhaddou , a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. We visited their valleys and Kasbahs . We continue to Ouarzazate where we have lunch . Keep up the Valley of Roses and the Dades Valley . You can admire the fabulous Gorges of Dades . Dinner and overnight at the Vallee in Dades . Day 2 : Dades - Todra Gorges - TNJDAD - Touroug - Erfoud - Merzouga DUNES . Breakfast in the Kasbah . Departure to Merzouga. The first stop will in the palm of Tinerhir to take any pictures . Continue to Toudra gorges where stop for a little visit . Lunch on the way. We continued our journey to Erfoud through the palm and Touroug Tinjdad . I ...
Didn't know I worked in the Sahara desert:-( burning up!!
I want you to find the bloody whistle blower. Which sir? The fool who leaked the armoured cars deal. Yes sir. Check the NCAA,the bank,and the car dealer. Yes sir. And report to me in two weeks. That's difficult sir,I learnt the coward has fled to the Sahara desert sir.
Video: ERi-TV Interview with Eritrean Migrants that Crossed the Lampedusa/ Libya/ Sahara Desert (Part 3): ERi-TV program intended for Eritrean public awareness on the dangers of human trafficking, Sahara desert, Libya, Lampedusa Mediterranean boat accidents. (From ERi-TV video archives that aired on...
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