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Viré, F.

-Orient par le fléau d’une pullulation, surtout dans les cités, de bandes de chiens considérés comme «marrons» (angl. «maroon» de l’espagnol «cimarron» c’est-à-dire revenu à la vie sauvage) par certains cynologues et comme «pariahs» par certains autres. On tolérait, cependant, dans une certaine mesure, la

Samia Serageldin

being a chameleon, the imperative of blending into one’s environment in order to survive, is more urgent for the expa- triate intellectual marooned in an American white bread world than for the member of an established immigrant community. By choosing to write in English, these writers position

Ana Beny, Teresa Espejo Arias and Juan Pablo Arias Torres

leather, apparently goat or sheep skin, in dark brown or maroon tones. MS . L -14029 from the Malaga Provincial Historical Archive is covered in vellum. This is a re-used document in a thick parchment. The external face is the yellowish hair side, but internally there are remains of a carbon ink script

The Runaway to the Future

Constructing the Myth of an Asectarian Lebanon in Postwar National Currency Images

Yasmine Dabbous

of adopting private sector friendly policies’ (Hariri 1999: 25). This projected vision of Lebanon was emphasized in the postwar currency change. The 1964 banknotes, for example, were characterized by earth-like monotone shades, including light maroon, dark green and plum, while their successors