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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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We're very glad to be able to work so closely with HH Princess Al Anoud in order to deliver a new product to the market which embodies the very best of international design infused with a new interpretation of Arabian culture and tradition.
The commonly held notion that Allah is merely a recasting of the Judaic or Christian God is mistaken, as the Islamic concept of Allah, although influenced by Judaic and Christian monotheism, was nevertheless indigenous to Arabian culture (Farah, 2003).
He claims that when they married they both anticipated family life would be conducted under Saudi Arabian culture.
The effect of the Arabian culture is evident in their homes, hence the interior decorations, carpets and wall designs and they dress in the Bedouin style.
The novel is a celebration of many aspects of Arabian culture that have fascinated Ruy Sanchez since he first visited the Sahara Desert in 1975; nevertheless, the roots of the gardens of Mogador extend far beyond the Arabic world to the Americas, to such countries as Mexico, Peru, Chile, Costa Rica, and Brazil, among others, thus erasing the borders between two continents.
The books document the impact of Arabian culture upon European civilisation between the 14th and 16th centuries.
5 million project aims to offer guests a taste of Arabian culture and heritage in a natural desert setting, "blending the beauty of nature with ultimate luxury".
Haddad's designs are inspired by historic Islamic architecture and the Arabian culture.
She cited the country's rich culture and heritage, and unique experiences such as "sweeping natural landscapes, stunning urban architecture, Arabian culture and hospitality.
Bab Al Qasr Hotel represents a real experience of Arabian culture and its heritage with utmost authenticity.
AARC Secretary Christine Ablett has been introduced to the incredible Arabian Culture, Food, Falconry, Camels and Ponies and Christine was given the opportunity to meet and interact with other Arabian horse owners and breeders from all over the world, thanks to the HH Sheikh Mansour Festival.
The property perfectly reflects the spirit of Eid Al-Adha in a fashion that resonates with authentic Arabian culture and the glamorous persona of the hotel.