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    The Sizzling Sahara

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    The Sizzling Sahara This is a short story of two good friends who have known each other all of their lives. They go on an adventure together to test their friendship by travelling across the Sahara desert and dealing with the many problems associated with it. …We eventually made it to the start of our expedition, although getting here was our own mini expedition. It was around 12 noon when Dave and I began our journey across the infamous Sahara dessert. We had been planning our journey

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    Sahara Desert

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    Sahara Desert The Sahara Desert is the world’s largest desert area. The word Sahara comes from the Arabic word sahra’, meaning desert. It extends from the Africa’s Atlantic Ocean side to the Red Sea and consists of the countries of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Chad, and Sudan. It is about 5,200 miles long. Overall, the Sahara Desert covers 3,500,000 square miles. The geography of the desert is varied. In the west, the Sahara is rocky with varied elevation. It

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    Sahara Survivor

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    1994 in Morocco, a runner named, Mauro Prosperi, was lost during a race through the Sahara Desert and survived 9 days alone. During this time, he showed many survivor traits by doing what was necessary to stay alive. The Sahara is tough to survive in due to intense weather and potential predators. Mauro was alone and unprepared with no food, water or shelter. I believe Mauro Prosperi survived 9 days in the Sahara desert due to a combination of luck, survival knowledge, and his strong will to live

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    The Sahara covers most of Algeria and Libya, and parts of Nigeria and Mali. Since the Sahara receives very little rainfall most of the population residing here live in oasis, which is a part of the desert where water resides. Even though this area is only about eight hundred miles long, it is how people are able to survive raise crops and animals in the Sahara. The desert is very hot and dry and has an average temperature of eighty-six

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    “The Choice” All anyone was seeing was sand, sand, sand, oh- and a dusty knife, from under the overhang of the sandstone cliff in the Sahara desert. I was searching for the great treasure that my village’s prophet predicted lay in the desert. My friends and I were nearing an oasis, but were caught in the sandstorm and almost buried before I’d spotted this overhang. The others were still nowhere in sight. Not that I could see much, anyway. The overhang was actually a cave, but the opening was covered

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    Africa was isolated geographically by the Sahara Desert. The isolation made by the Sahara Desert has affected trade, religion, and trade within Africa. Trade in Africa was impacted by the Sahara Desert because it prevented goods from civilizations residing under the Sahara Desert to reach North Africa. Religion was affected by Africa's isolation because new religious ideas could not reach part of Africa due to the Sahara Desert. The impact made by the affect on transportation was that it had caused

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    The Deserts of Africa: The Sahara Desert

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    Africa " to form? They have also wandered if the Sahara Desert was Ever fertile, and if so, is it possible to re-grow the vegetation in areas such as the Sahara Desert? The wandering about these same questions encouraged diligent research that may or may not solve the main problem that the Deserts of Africa suffer from. Northern Africa is where the Sahara Desert is located and it covers nearly 10% of the continent. Some people believe that the Sahara Desert is the largest Desert in the world, however

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    Essay On Western Sahara

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    The dispute over Western Sahara dates back to 1975 and is Africa’s longest-running territorial dispute. Western Sahara had been a Spanish colony since 1884. Although Spain surrendered the territory in 1975, Western Sahara failed to gain national independence. Instead, Mauritania and Morocco filled the void, and Mauritania ceded its claim to Morocco in 1976. The nationalists in the region responded by forming the Polisario in 1973. Supported by the Algerian government, which has a longstanding rivalry

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    Comparing Clive Cussler's Sahara and Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe The theme that will be explored in this essay will be survival  when times get tough, physically, mentally. The two books that will be involved in the discussion will be Clive Cussler's Sahara and Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe.  In both cases the leading characters show signs of breaking down and quitting because of physical, but also their mental stress. Robinson Crusoe, and Sahara relate in many ways, as do the

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    economic crisis in sub-Sahara Africa states persisted for decades after their Independences? What lessons can be drown from successful stories such as Botswana and how can they inverse the crisis? Many decades after their independences, Sub Saharan African countries (SSAC) still find themselves deep in economic crisis. After years of implementing different types of economic policies, the efforts have proven to be inefficient and costly. When talking about economic crisis in Sub Sahara Africa, many literatures

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