Definition of Algerian capital
1. Noun. An ancient port on the Mediterranean; the capital and largest city of Algeria.
Generic synonyms: Port, National Capital
Group relationships: Algeria, Algerie, Democratic And Popular Republic Of Algeria
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Literary usage of Algerian capital
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. In the Desert by Lisle March Phillipps (1905)
"... the squares, gardens, public buildings, statues, fountains, hotels, theatres, the long arcades, and roomy, tree-shaded streets of the algerian capital. ..."
2. A Bird's-eye View of the World: A Popular Scientific Description of the by Onésime Reclus, Malvina Antoinettte Howe, Forrest Morgan, Charles Hopkins Clark (1892)
"... iiig algerian capital contains 89000 inhabitants, of whom 34000 are French, 6000 naturalized Jews, 26000 foreigners, 16000 natives, etc. ..."
3. English Female Artists by Ellen Creathorne Clayton (1876)
"... and plain, will be long and gratefully remembered by many who, but for such a meeting-place, would have found the algerian capital friendless indeed. ..."
4. The Black Spaniel, and Other Stories by Robert Smythe Hichens (1905)
"According to the letters, after this event he had spent no less than a fortnight searching in vain for any sign of wickedness in the algerian capital. ..."
5. The Encyclopaedia of Death and Life in the Spirit-world: Opinions and by John Reynolds Francis (1895)
"THE HANGING OF HILDEBRAND. PRONOUNCED DEAD THREE TIMES. L French butcher by the name of Fouques died in 1883, ^ran, the algerian capital, whose singular ..."
6. The Secret War: The Office of Strategic Services in World War II edited by George C. Chalou (1995)
"Their impatience was shared by their boss, Henry Hyde, who had recently been named head of SI in the algerian capital. Hyde had two completely trained ..."