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  • n. Plural form of Saudi Arabian.


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  • Disruption to Egypt's financial and banking sectors has been very troubling for Saudi Arabians, who hold some $17 billion in investments in the country.

    Magda Abu-Fadil: Media Key to Covering Egyptian Revolution

  • But Saudi Arabia contained important holy places and the Saudi Arabians are considered to be the most deeply religious of all the Arab groups.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • What happened today explains perfectly why Saudi Arabians are scared to voice dissent: a small group of men, women and children state clearly that they love their country and respect their government but simply want their loved ones to be given a fair trial or released...and what happens?

    Saudis Arrest at Least 20 After Rare Riyadh Protest

  • Look at what the Saudi Arabians are doing -- building six new towns.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • Fourteen of the nineteen terrorists who massacred thousands in America on 9/11 were Saudi Arabians; we have a problem with Arabia.

    The Coming Revolution

  • We give it to ExxonMobil, we give it to the Saudi Arabians.

    CNN Transcript Dec 16, 2009

  • Zagreb has tolerated the Islamic warriors -- except when it's expedient not to, as in the recent seizure of an Iranian 747 loaded with guns or the slaying of six Saudi Arabians by Croats who stole the weapons being brought to local Muslims.


  • Remember the flights of the Bin laden family and Saudi Arabians that flew out of the U.S. when the rest of us unwashed couldn't fly?

    The Real Reason the CIA Destroyed Interrogation Tapes

  • When OPEC, led by the Saudi Arabians and Kuwaitis, decided in February 2009 to join a number of other oil producing countries including the Russians in decoupling oil prices from the dollar, the whole world fled the currency like it was the plague, shifting into the more stable Euro.

    Philip Giraldi: The Passing of Empire

  • So to generate electricity, the Saudi Arabians don't need nuclear power.

    CNN Transcript Jun 11, 2008


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