Mogador sentence example

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  • The centre of the traffic in Morocco was Sidi Hamed ibn Musa, seven days' journey south of Mogador, where a great yearly fair was held.
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  • Towards the Dahra district at the north-east end the fall is gradual and continuous, but at the opposite extremity facing the Atlantic between Agadir and Mogador it is precipitous.
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  • While Francois, prince de Joinville, was bombarding Tangier and Mogador, Bugeaud gained the victory of the Isly (August 1844).
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  • They sent out, therefore, to Kumasi, as consul, Mr Joseph Dupuis, formerly consul at Mogador, who arrived at Cape Coast in January 1819.
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  • The prosperity of Mogador is due to its commerce.
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  • The harbour is well sheltered from all winds except the southwest, but escape is difficult with the wind from that quarter, as the channel between the town and Mogador Island is narrow and hazardous.
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  • A place called Mogador is marked in the 1351 Portulan of the Laurentian library, and the map in Hondius's Atlas minor shows the island of Mogador, I.
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  • Mogador was founded by Mohammed XVII.
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  • On the west coast Cretaceous rocks extend continuously from Mogador to Cape Blanco.
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  • Then came the Portuguese in the 15th Century, naming the town Mogador and setting up a trading post and military bridgehead.
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