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by K. S. Twitchell
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Publisher: Greenwood Press; 3rd edition (December 29, 1969)
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Saudi Arabia is a sovereign, unitary kingdom. 2nd ed. Princeton, 1953Google Scholar. It was founded by Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdur-Rahman al-Faisal Al Sa’ud, . born about 1880 ; died 9 Nov. 1953), who had been proclaimed King of the Hejaz on 8 Jan. 1926 and had in 1927 changed his title of Sultan of Nejd and its dependencies to that of king, thus becoming ‘King of the Hejaz and of Nejd and its Dependencies. Authors and Affiliations.
In south-western Saudi Arabia, coffee has been cultivated for centuries on the terraced slopes and narrow valleys of the Assir .
In south-western Saudi Arabia, coffee has been cultivated for centuries on the terraced slopes and narrow valleys of the Assir Mountains. Still, very few are the studies made on the genetic, bioche mical and ecophysiological diversity among coffee varieties cultivated in this region. Understanding plant-environment interactions is crucial to develop site-specific management options to render coffee cultivation a sustainable endeavor in this part of the country where water resources are rather limited.
Its Chronology, continuously maintained since 1946, is a valuable resource for scholars and students. The Journal provides the background necessary for an understanding and appreciation of the region's political and economic development, cultural heritage, and ethnic and religious diversity.
Agricultural Achievements", Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in London. asp?InNewsItemID 24496 S. Karam, "Saudi Arabia Scraps Wheat Growing to Save Water", Reuters, Jan 8, 2008. The Daily Report, Information & Studies Center", June, 18, 2008. sa/media /81078 18-06-2008Eng.
Saudi Arabia Ministry of Planning. The Rise and Fall of the Hashemite Kingdom of Arabia. Achievements of the Development Plans, 1390–1405 (1970–1985): Facts and Figures. Ancient South Arabia: From the Queen of Sheba to the Advent of Islam. London: Hurst and C. 2001. Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, 1980. 3rd ed. New York: Greenwood Press, 1969. The History of Saudi Arabia.