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  1. n. pl. Bedouin or Bed·ou·ins also Beduin or Be·du·ins An Arab of any of the nomadic tribes of the Arabian, Syrian, Nubian, or Sahara Deserts. [Middle English Bedoin, from Old French beduin, from Arabic badāwīyīn, pl. of badawī, nomadic, from badw, desert nomads, Bedouins; see bdw in Semitic roots.].

  2. Bedouins were always on the move, using the Sun and stars to navigate. They overcame tough living conditions in the desert. They built tents from camel skins. Their expert tracking skills told them who had crossed the sand. And they relied on falcons as one way to find food in the dry landscape. The sharp-eyed birds could nab faraway prey out.

  3. The Bedouins' history began in the early '60s when guitarists Willie Fulton and Denny Ellis, bassist Dave Stenson, and drummer Bill Schoppe organized a surf band. They mostly did instrumentals, and following the custom of the time wore matching Pendletons and white slacks; and although all were still in high school, they were good enough to.

  4. Arabs and Bedouins. This photograph originates from a press photo archive. PERSONAL GIFT. Who is your father’s sports idol?. or your mothers rockstar?. In what town did grandpa grow up?. There is only one copy of each so each image is totally mistradishoradedifflingdocvoiderti.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.

  5. An Arabic-speaking nomadic people, the Bedouin live in the Middle Eastern and North African deserts, especially in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Jordan, Sudan, Egypt, and Libya. As nomads, they have no fixed homes but travel continuously throughout the region.

  6. Jun 15,  · Travel Back in time with Jordan's Bedouins - Duration: Yahoo 19, views. Ships of the Desert - The Secrets of Nature - Duration: The Secrets of Nature , views.

  7. noun, plural Bed·ou·ins, (especially collectively) Bed·ou·in. an Arab of the desert, in Asia or Africa; nomadic Arab.

  8. Bedouin, also spelled Beduin, Arabic Badawi and plural Badw, Arabic -speaking nomadic peoples of the Middle Eastern deserts, especially of North Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, Egypt, Israel, Iraq, Syria, and Jordan. A Bedouin family sitting in front of their tent in the Sahara desert.

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