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  • There were great iron doors in a high wall of toub, which was not much darker in colour than the deep gold of the desert sand; and because it was after sunset the doors were closed.

    The Golden Silence

  • Beyond was the third court, with lodging for more important persons, and then the travellers were led through a labyrinth of corridors, some roofed with palm branches, others open to the air, and still more covered in with the toub blocks of which the walls were built.

    The Golden Silence

  • Far away, eighteen miles distant across the sands, she could see the twenty thousand domes of Oued Tolga, the desert city which had taken its name from the older Zaouïa, and the oued or river which ran between the sacred edifice on its golden hill, and the ugly toub-built village, raised above danger of floods on a foundation of palm trunks.

    The Golden Silence

  • This screen of whitewashed toub was arranged to hide persons on the roof from those on the roof of the mosque; but window-like openings had been made in it, filled in with mashrabeyah work of lace-like pattern; an art brought to

    The Golden Silence

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  • a long, low building of toub, the sun-dried sand-blocks of which most houses are made in the ksour, or Sahara villages, but it had been whitewashed, and named the Pearl.

    The Golden Silence

  • 21S wraXall's toub. liarn IX. la ft Count of Poitou, rendered himfeif nialter of it in 1 1 39.

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  • '"And I fear mor, if it be not looked to in tyme, it will one daie put Us in great danger; but if God put into toub hajbstibs head to make tbbsb PROVISIONS OF HARNESSE, WEAPONS, AND CHUSE YOUR CAPTAINES AND SQ1

    The life and administration of cardinal Wolsey


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