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- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Angola or the Angolan people.
- n. A person from Angola or of Angolan descent.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a native or inhabitant of Angola
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Angola or its people
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And How he used Nigerian taxpayers money for his own investment in Angolan oil industry and for buying Rolls Royce.
Charges against freelance journalist Rafael Marques, awaiting trial for calling Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos a dictator, should be dropped, a US press freedom advocates said Monday.
Guinean Foreign Minister Francois Fall in Washington as well as calling Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos.
Assuming that MMP's version refers to the 7am news headlines, it is clear that MMP changed the text of Radio 786 report by adding the words "Angolan", "find" and "dead" to the news reports, Hendriks said.
The festival will be held in the Company's Gardens on Queen Victoria Road in the city center from March 19 - 22, 2010, with dozens of dancers and musicians supporting the "One City, Many Cultures" campaign, including popular African artists such as Angolan R
However, the project's organisers say they are aware that more than 12,000 Angolan teachers fall short of the minimum level.
Angolan cities became, and still are, building sites.
The problems: He's being pursued by the Angolan crime lord (Hoji Fortuna) he stole the gas from; and he's fallen hard for the sexy Nora (Manie Malone), who's already been claimed by the local crime boss.
The 46-year-old Angolan, who had been fighting an increasingly desperate battle to stay in the UK for the last four years, had been allowed to make one last call as he waited for the plane bound for Luanda, in Angola, to take off.
"The capitalisation represents the global recognition of the potential of Brazil's markets," said Borges, whose Brasilia-based organisation has operations in Beijing, Dubai, Miami and Moscow, plans a further base in the Angolan capital Luanda and recently opened an office in Brussels.
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