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The various countries visited are more than plot devices; Bedu's artfully developed high-value descriptions of place are perhaps more sophisticated than the passages chronicling relationships.
The Badia is arid land in the Middle East where the Bedu live.
"I'm longing to see some bedu," Richard said, "preferably some ferocious ones.
"The British joked at the time that the Bedu could smell gold on the wind, for the tribesmen were obsessed by the metal." Id.
Bedu folklore tells of tribal gatherings on important occasions such as Eid Al-Fitr, a celebration to mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan, when sportsmen showed off their skills in falconry and shooting, and matched their finest camels and horses in long-distance races across the desert."
Jo Bedu launched its second T-shirt competition entitled "Brand Attack", the winner will be announced on August 29 at 9:00 pm at JARA.
Please, if you have not already taken that careless advice and had them destroyed, send them elsewhere with smoke, the Bedu way; it is both humane and beneficial.
Another valid Khaldounian view regards the dynamic yet opposing equilibrium between tribal nomads (Bedu) and settlers (hadar).
"We have 18 old bedu [native] settlements dating back to thousands of years, there are two pre-Islamic tombs from the Iron Age, neolithic rock carvings and two Islamic graveyards.
Bell wrote her parents, "I am in the real desert again, with the real desert people, the Bedu, who never touch settled life ...