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the purest bred breed of horses and one of great antiquity. A small (14 to 15 hands high, or 55-60 inches at the wither) riding horse, usually bay, chestnut, white or fleabitten gray in color. It has been extensively used in the production of other breeds and crossbreds. It and its crossbreds are noted for the presence amongst them of cerebellar dysplasia, combined immunodeficiency and leukoderma. Called also the Arabian horse.
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Arab thoroughbred. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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the complex relationship of Arab civilization with the Western world and its values, and the approach of the Arab collective mentality to worldwide phenomena like Modernization and Globalization.
The Arab-Islamic heritage has also been compromised by certain outside cultural elements that were integrated within Arab civilization.
He expressed desire of finding the suitable mechanism to dispatch British students to Syria to study Arabic and the Arab civilization at the Syrian universities.
Indeed, such a development is not implausible: today, from Rabat to Beirut, Cairo to Damascus, Arab governments are restoring Jewish synagogues because the historic, legitimate Jewish presence in their countries is part of their interpretation of Arab civilization -- an interpretation shared by the API.
For, example the Arab civilization is three thousand years old and throughout the Arab world, the climate changes from a city to another.
Before Rejwan launches into an exploration of this projected harmonious future, he spends a goodly portion of his essay in documenting how Jews in Arab civilization profited handsomely in virtually every intellectual, aesthetic, and scientific sector.
The historical record of Arab civilization is reviewed to argue that the emergence of civil society is neither unique to Western culture nor is Arab culture inherently incompatible with the rational demands of civil society.
Abu-Ghazaleh indicated that the Arab civilization has always been built on principles, ethics and values, and that Arabs have a strong base in becoming global leaders and investors in todays knowledge-based society and the world of technology among other aspects of life.
Egypt presents a model for Arab civilization," El-Sissi said Friday.
He added that these iconic structures demonstrate Bahrain's rich culture and heritage and highlight the Kingdom's deep roots in Islamic and Arab civilization.
Al-Bader stated that the cultural cooperation between Kuwait and Vietnam would contribute in bolstering the overall bilateral relations between the two countries, portraying the actual image of the Arab civilization and culture.
It is time for us all who are in positions of responsibility to initiate a historic declaration that protects our Islamic and Arab civilization from a scheme that targets the unity of our peoples, the safety of our countries and the rights of the Arab citizens of all religions and sects to exercise their beliefs and religions freely," he added in his telegram.

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