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Ambassador of Morocco

obsolete A derisive phrase coined by Mary Anne Clarke (1776–1852) referring to a man who made women's shoes, possibly alluding to morocco leather, which is commonly used in the making of such. Though she is on quite friendly terms when buying shoes from me, in public she insists on addressing me as the Ambassador of Morocco.
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Although the main African redistribution centers for cocaine from Latin America remain sub-Saharan--including Ghana and Nigeria Morocco is increasingly being used as a transit country from Latin America to Europe in a trend that can be expected to continue.
But The Economist says Morocco will not see that kind of growth through 2012, instead growing "in the range of 4.
The play takes great pains to show Morocco's culpability (or lack thereof) in his own downfall, and a soggy reunion several years later between Morocco and Anton rings false and cliched.
Two Austrian tourists (a 23-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman) traveled to Morocco in May 2004.
When asked if he had any "hope" for a resolution to the "forgotten" conflict, Armitage told Al-Jazeera that the US government had discussed the issue with both the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, and the Algerian president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
The impact of these reforms in Morocco has far-reaching implications and could lead to a domino effect in the Muslim world.
Within the country's rich musical history is the classical Al-Andalus style, which was formulated in Moorish Spain by exiles from Damascus and Baghdad and then evolved into many other celebrated forms back in Morocco after the fall of Grenada.
On air transport, Loyola de Palacio signalled her desire to re-launch discussions on an aviation agreement between the EU and Morocco with a view to integrating Morocco's airspace into the Single European Sky project.
A recent conference in Rabat opened up the perspective of wide areas where Morocco and Britain might cooperate to their mutual benefit.
The aim of this study is to provide a tool which will assist strategy group and the management team specialists in making correct decisions as how to penetrate the Morocco market and how to catch the maximum commercial opportunities in dealing with business partners in this country.
EBRD President Suma Chakrabarti has emphasised the role of Morocco in the region and the Banks operations: Morocco is a country of strategic importance for the EBRD, he said in meetings with the countrys authorities during a visit to Casablanca which ended today.
Summary: Television host Amany El Khayat continues to face repercussions for her incendiary remarks concerning Morocco.
Amman, 17-03-2013 - Head of the government, Abdelilah Benkirane, stressed that Morocco has a strong stature on the African continent and its place cannot be destabilized by plots of the enemies of its territorial integrity.
Mumtaz Ahmed said that religious tolerance in Morocco, is an example for those countries which are in the line of fire by the religious sectarianism.