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Tyre, Lebanon

"''; Muadh ibn Jabal as, ''"the area between al-Arish and the Euphrates"''; and Ibn Abbas as, ''"the land of Jericho"''. Ali (1991), p.934 '''Tyrian (Tyre, Lebanon) purple''' (Greek (Greek language), ), also known as '''royal purple''', '''imperial purple''' or '''imperial dye''', is a purple-red natural dye, which is extracted from sea snails, and which


France

of France thumb Regional natural parks of France Regional (File:Parcs naturels français.svg) (green) and National (red) natural parks (National parks of France) in France thumb Limestone (File:Etretat (falaise d'aval et aiguille).JPG) cliffs of Normandy near Étretat, on the English Channel. France was one of the first countries to create an environment ministry, in 1971. Protection of the Environment on the Official Site of the French Ambassy in Canada Although it is one of the most industrialised countries in the world, France is ranked only 17th by carbon dioxide emissions (List of countries by carbon dioxide emissions), behind less populous nations such as Canada or Australia. This is due to France's decision to invest in nuclear power following the 1973 oil crisis, Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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