from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southern Benin on the Gulf of Guinea. The largest city in the country, it is a seaport and commercial center. Population: 665,000.
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- proper n. The de facto capital of Benin.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. chief port of Benin on the Bight of Benin
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Earlier today, I spoke to two Beninese men I know here in Cotonou who happen to be from an adjacent village.
An investigation is ongoing, I'm told by a source in Cotonou familiar with the case.
Mrs Houessou and Mrs. Gandaho want to start a small shop in Cotonou, Benin to feed their four children properly.
Beneath her clothes and other personal items, several thousand dollars for the secondhand Mercedes that Monye planned to buy from a dealer in Cotonou lay under the duffel’s false bottom.
Additional cases have been detected in the capital, Cotonou, which is some 200 kilometres from the epicentre of the outbreak, and Allada, located 100 kilometres north of Cotonou.
Under Article 96 of the so-called Cotonou Agreement between the EU and African, Caribbean and Pacific states, the EU could cut off aid to the government if talks are rejected.
I hope the EU, with its history of involvement in Madagascar, will deploy its "Cotonou" process — under which the targeted suspension of aid can be used as a bargaining chip — to force the resumption of democracy and human rights.
We have a sacred contract with you which is called the Cotonou convention, "he stated.
Witnesses in the commercial capital of Cotonou say many polling stations opened late Sunday because of the late arrival of voting materials.
I have been traveling in the Republic of Benin in West Africa for the last two weeks, and am writing this blog post now from the country's sorthern port capital, Cotonou.
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