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Once the hay had been brought back, teams would receive their next clue from the cameleer.
My cameleer, a fine gentleman of 73, was happy to let my camel nibble his way south.
For the sake of simplicity, the chief cameleer introduced each of the seven camel-drivers as Mohammed.
In Chameaux, teams, with the help of a camel, had to retrieve two bags of hay and deliver them to the cameleer.
Our cameleer explained that bir kedima, the old well, was marked by the three scraggy thorn trees just downhill from the fort.
Yet, by some quirk of human nature, he is adored by everyone he snuffles, not least his owner, the Berber cameleer.
It is told that his ancestors, members of a cameleer tribe, immigrated from Horasan to settle in Kırşehir's countryside.
When he quietened, the cameleer spoke passionately about his recent divorce, the likely cost of another wedding, as well as politely putting himself forward for any further business.
Dost Mahomet (born c1870) was an Afghan cameleer who lived and worked in the Pilbara and Murchison regions of Western Australia.
Graham Cannard, a fourth-generation cameleer, has set up home here with his young family and 15 camels, which he caught from the wild and trained to carry visitors into the outback.
That marchantman he suivied their scutties right over the wash, his cameleer's burnous breezing up on him, till with his runagate bowmpriss he roade and borst her bar.
At nineteen, he thinks that after he's finished his legal studies he'll go off and become a Turk in Turkey, or a muleteer in Spain, or a cameleer in Egypt.
Her latest historical fiction for Young Adults is "The Youngest Cameleer" Her books for older children include the children's crime novel "Hedgeburners- An AZ PI Mystery".
When one of them got a bit skittish over lunch, his cameleer wrestled him to the ground and man and beast spent the rest of lunchtime lying in the sand, eyeball to eyeball, growling at each other.
Dost Mahomet (c. 1873-1909) was an Australian Muslim cameleer, who used his animals to transport goods between the ports and remote inland mining and pastoral settlements of the Goldfields, Pilbara and Murchison regions of Western Australia at the end of the 19th century.