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  • "United Arab Emirates Inheritance-." Global Property Guide. Web. Apr. 2010. <http://www.globalpropertyguide.com/Middle-East/United-Arab-Emirates/Inheritance>
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  • reefs fringe the shoreline and islands of the United Arab Emirates in this Landsat satellite image. The reefs are more extensive than the islands they
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  • born on 11 March 1961. He is the third son of Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the first President of the United Arab Emirates and ruler of Abu Dhabi, and his
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  • is a large subject due to the inclusion of fossils from the rock record, taxonomic classification of these fossils, and the occasional find of residual
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  • boundaries border the United Arab Emirates to the slight northeast, Oman to the direct east, Yemen to the south and southwest, Jordan to the northwest as well
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  • pages that are located in Asia and the Middle East Afghanistan China India Sri Lanka Japan Jordan Oman Russia Saudi Arabia Thailand United Arab Emirates
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  • 41,770) (2009 est.) Boarding Countries: Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and United Arab Emirates Climate: Dry desert, Southwest summer monsoons, humid along coast
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  • across the Persian Gulf to Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates), Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called for U.S. troops to leave their bases in the Gulf
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  • Israel with the help of the United States to settle the Arab Israeli struggle. King Hussein died in 1999 and his son King Abdullah II, took over the monarchy
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