Middle Eastern love

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  • adj. of, or relating to the Middle East

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Examples

  • Maybe the term Middle Eastern is politically loaded, but that is how I would have described any menu that includes hummus, falafel, grilled lamb and chicken kebabs, not to mention non-alcoholic Laziza beer, which hails from Lebanon.

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  • Zach Wamp is denouncing rival Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Haslam's latest mail piece, saying Haslam doctored his image and used what he calls Middle Eastern imagery.

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  • The Mitrokhin archive is replete with accounts Latin American, Middle Eastern, Asian and African leaders refusing to deal with the Soviet foreign ministry, since only the KGB had the power, authority and finances to bankroll sundry revolutionary activities.

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  • Lester and other workers say as recently as last month, there were several visits by men he describes as Middle Eastern looking, all curious about crop dusting.

    CNN Transcript Sep 23, 2001

  • A recent study by the Norman Lear Center at the University of Southern California found that on dramas that focus on terrorism, like "NCIS," 67 percent of the terror suspects are white; only 14 percent are identified as Middle Eastern or Muslim.

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  • Now Paterson is heavily Latin American, Middle Eastern and Caribbean (as evidenced by the jerk chicken stores on 10th Avenue).

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  • Bulgur is most often found in Turkish, Middle Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean dishes mainly Greece, Lebanon, Syria and Cyprus.

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  • First Impression: Samara is described as a Middle Eastern woman who’s bubbly, fun-loving, and always wearing a big smile.

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  • Sure, but what if we call it Middle Eastern cinema?

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  • "The Arab Spring countries all had more sophisticated surveillance capabilities than I would have guessed," said Andrew McLaughlin , who recently left his post as deputy chief technology officer in the White House, referring to the Middle Eastern and African nations racked by violent crackdowns on dissent.

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