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Here she traced a large circle and in it wrote several words in Arab characters.
The burning wind spoken of in the sacred writings, I take to be that which the natives term arur, and the Arabs uri, which blowing in the spring, brings with it so excessive a heat, that the whole country seems a burning oven; so that there is no travelling here in this dreadful season, nor is this the only danger to which the unhappy passenger is exposed in these uncomfortable regions.
The sergeant with his detail met the Arabs two hundred yards from the camp.
Six Arabs came up, full gallop, to cut off my head.
One letter indeed had been procured, but the finder was later found dead by the roadside in the habit of an Arab trader, as E, taking up the work, duly reported.
But, for all that, the crime would ruin us among the Arabs, all the more because it was something like a crime against hospitality.
Keep your money, monseigneur; war is to be waged among the Arabs with gold as well as lead.
Did the Arabs murder him, after all, just on the eve of his departure?
Tarzan possessed a sufficient command of English to enable him to pass among Arabs and Frenchmen as an American, and that was all that was required of it.
With this idea I pressed him to read the beginning, and doing so, turning the Arabic offhand into Castilian, he told me it meant, "History of Don Quixote of La Mancha, written by Cide Hamete Benengeli, an Arab historian.
And thus it was that Achmet Zek, the Arab, found him.
AN ARAB CAMEL-DRIVER, after completing the loading of his Camel, asked him which he would like best, to go up hill or down.