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Moroccan  adj.  Of or pertaining to Morocco, or its inhabitants.






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"Moroccan" Quotes from Famous Books



... thousand troops at Palermo ready to embark stop Turkish munitions and reinforcements already landed stop Board of Inquiry into La Liberte disaster goes into secret session stop Rumour of attempt to destroy La Patrie also stop Moroccan situation grows more serious stop Germany demands equal rights with France abrogating Algeciras treaty stop Directors steel trust declare company is legal corporation and will not take voluntary steps to dissolve stop Officially announced at Chicago that one hundred thousand men ...
— The Destroyer - A Tale of International Intrigue • Burton Egbert Stevenson

... United States toward purely European controversies was illustrated in our action on the Moroccan question. In 1905-1906 a controversy broke out between Germany and France in relation to Morocco, and in January of the latter year a conference was held at Algeciras in southern Spain in which ten European nations and the United States took part. The result of the meeting was an "Act" which ...
— The United States Since The Civil War • Charles Ramsdell Lingley

... of feuds there was something almost Balkan or Moroccan about Ulysses Budlong Junior. Nearly every day he had come charging into the house with bad news in some form or other. Some rock or snowball he had cast with the most innocent of intentions had gone through a window or a milk wagon or somebody's silk ...
— Mrs. Budlong's Chrismas Presents • Rupert Hughes

... were two jet-black doormen attired in a pseudo-Moroccan costume of red fez, voluminous pants and yellow barusha slippers. They made no note of his complexion, there is no color bar ...
— Border, Breed Nor Birth • Dallas McCord Reynolds

... Africa, or the methods by which it has been brought about. But it is vital to our subject that we should describe the methods by which Germany has endeavoured to intimidate France at various stages of the African question. The trouble arose out of a Moroccan Agreement between England and France, which was the first definite proof that these two Powers were drifting into relations closer than that ...
— Why We Are At War (2nd Edition, revised) • Members of the Oxford Faculty of Modern History

... of the building, begun about 1539, must have been carried on during Joao de Castilho's absence, as in 1541 he was sent to Mazagao on the Moroccan coast to build fortifications; there he made a bastion 'so strong as to be able not only to resist the Shariff, but also the ...
— Portuguese Architecture • Walter Crum Watson

... ever yet ridden in this Moroccan Mecca; but the Shereef alighted from his horse and offered it to Israel, and took Israel's horse instead and together they rode through the market-place, and past the old Mosque that is a ruin inhabited by hawks and the other mosque of the Aissawa, and ...
— The Scapegoat • Hall Caine

... any immediate employment of native Moroccan troops in Europe contemplated. Morocco possesses very good native warriors, but the Sultan exerts effective sovereignty only over a part of the territory termed "Morocco." There cannot be, therefore, for years to come any question of employing this fighting material on ...
— Germany and the Next War • Friedrich von Bernhardi



Words linked to "Moroccan" :   Kingdom of Morocco, African, morocco, Moroccan monetary unit



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