- n. Plural form of Guinean.
“Thousands of Guineans from the Peul group fled their homes in ethnic clashes ahead of a presidential vote.”
“Donors are not inclined to fund the "chronic crisis" as some have called Guineans 'dire living conditions, and yet threats of a full-fledged disaster that would trigger greater humanitarian aid have not materialized, said Philippe Verstraeten, head of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Guinea.”
“Guineans were hunting in the forest when they came across aircraft wreckage near”
“According to Jenna Jadin of the University of Maryland, the inexpensive sources of protein are a staple in diets of Australian aborigines, New Guineans, Thai and American Indians.”
“According to market research, Guineans consume, on average, 15 to 20 million liters of beer annually.”
“The brand was founded by Portuguese investors just as the country gained its independence in 1974, only to be nationalized and purchased by Guineans a few years later.”
“Da Costa says Guineans prefer Pampa when they try it and are very nationalistic and proud of local products.”
“Still, Pampa's owners think Guineans will slowly come around and hope to capitalize on this thirst for a hometown brew.”
“We found that particularly among ordinary Guineans, disturbingly, there is a sense that the security forces are simply above the law, said Dufka.”
“It says thousands of Guineans who dared to oppose previous regimes have been tortured, starved, beaten to death by state security forces or executed in police custody and military barracks.”
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