American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river rising in west-central Angola and flowing about 1,207 km (750 mi) south and west to the Atlantic Ocean. It forms the Angola-Namibia border in its lower course.
“The southern provinces of Cunene, Huila, Namibe and Cuando Cubango have been worst hit by the intensive downpours which come after a lengthy drought.”
“Fish life in the oshana delta in Owambo, Namibia, and the translocation of Cunene species.”
“Angola's Cunene and Mocamedes provinces were liberated after years of SADF control.”
“Cunene, which has an HIV/AIDS rate of 9.12 percent, and the northern region of Uige where the rate is 4.8 percent, according to the health ministry.”
“The minister said the rise in infections of HIV - the virus that causes AIDS - was especially strong in the coastal provinces of Luanda and Benguela as well as in the province of Cunene which borders Namibia.”
“Delagoa River; the Cunene (Nourse) River, the Orange River, and others, which would be first-rate streams in Europe, but are mere dwarfs in the presence of the four African giants.”
“Cunene, Huila, Malanje and Kwanza Norte showed that at least five people were falling victim to mines daily in each province.”
“In the southern Cunene province, he visited Ongiva, which had been subject to frequent attack by the former SA Defence Force.”
“Cunene province, 1,000 kilometres (600 miles) south of Luanda, the paper said.”
“Benguela, Kwanza-Sul, Huila, Namibe, Cunene and Luanda - will also receive money to rebuild hospitals, schools, water works and electrical grids, as well as to launch agricultural education programs, officials said.”
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