from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Variant of souk.

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  • n. Alternative spelling of souq.


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  • As soon as we landed I wandered off to the bazaar -- "suq" is what the Arab calls it.

    War in the Garden of Eden

  • On August 26th, 1938, 34 Palestinians were killed and 35 were injured when Zionist terrorists detonated a car bomb in the suq of Jerusalem.

    Sunday, June 01, 2008

  • On June 20th, 1947 78 Palestinians were killed and 24 injured when Zionist terrorists put bombs in a crate of vegetables in the suq of Haifa.

    Sunday, June 01, 2008

  • Security personnel should conduct searches routinely for any person entering a large facility — a business or apartment complex, a suq or shopping mall, a sports arena, etc.

    The Right Way

  • Of course, this trend could be bad - if you start getting only half a game at $50 and have to pay two or three add-ons to get the full game it would be teh suq.

    Tray and play???

  • Herat was visible from here, spread below her like a child's board game: the Women's Garden to the north of the city, Char-suq Bazaar and the ruins of Alexander the Great's old citadel to the south.

    A Thousand Splendid Suns

  • New TV is reporting that the old suq market of Bin Jubayl is completely destroyed.

    Thursday, August 31, 2006

  • Actually, I have scrambled even in "foreign" countries by having a local host drive me around blindfolded and drop me in the middle of a suq and leave me to my own devices.


  • Hurry though, there were only about 4 copies of the widescreen version left and a similar number of the fullscreen (pan and scan is the suq).

    October 2003

  • And Bashshar, he said, told him about the palace that Ghazalah built for himself in his village and a suq he also built.

    Saturday, December 31, 2005


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