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- Tangier, also Tangiers (/tænˈdʒɪər(z)/ tan-JEER(Z)) (Arabic: طنجة‎, romanized: ṭanja; Berber languages: ⵟⴰⵏⵊⴰ, romanized: ṭanja) is a city in northwestern...
- Tangier is a city in Morocco. Tangier or Tangiers may also refer to: Tangier (1946 film), a black-and-white Universal Pictures film Tangier (1982 film)...
- risk-management scenarios. Tangiers operates in 52 countries with more than 100 employees. Tangiers Group is made up of Tangiers International, which offers...
- The First Moroccan Crisis (also known as the Tangier Crisis) was an international crisis between March 1905 and May 1906 over the status of Morocco. Germany...
- settlers in the area before the American Revolution. S****s argues that the Tangiers dialect, and other nearby coastal dialects, "like other varieties of American...
- as Port of Tangier Med; Arabic: ميناء طنجة المتوسط‎) is a Moroccan cargo port located on the Strait of Gibraltar about 40 km east of Tangier, Morocco....
- Tangiers are a Canadian indie rock band based in Toronto, Ontario. In 2003, Tangiers included Marco Montez, Yuri Didrichsons, Josh Reichmann (vocals/guitars)...
- casino's name was changed for legal purposes, from the Stardust to the "Tangiers Hotel and Casino", and the site was portra**** as being across the street...
- guarantee of British rights and a Spanish promise not to fortify the area. Tangiers was annexed to the Spanish Protectorate of Morocco at 23 November 1940...
- English Tangier refers to the Moroccan city of Tangier during the period of the city when it was under English occupation as part of the English colonial...
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