American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A desert plateau region of southern Botswana, eastern Namibia, and western South Africa. Fed by seasonal rains, it has sandy soil and supports grass and other vegetation in all but the extreme southwestern corner.
- n. A large desert in southern Africa.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A desert in Southwestern Africa, most of which is located in the country of Botswana.
- n. a desert in southwestern Africa - largely Botswana
- From Tswana Kgalagadi. (Wiktionary)
“The Kalahari is a semi-desert which occupies the central and western parts of Botswana.”
“I called Kalahari and met her so she wouldn't see the 'possum and walked her in.”
“My first visit to the Kalahari was a homecoming for my heart and soul.”
“The Kalahari is an authentic place of mystery, with ancient legends and mythical tales that reach far back into the past when the great culture of the Kalahari Bushmen lived free from the disturbance of other human beings.”
“Everyone else in the Kalahari is a bit scared of n|om and leery of receiving a strong arrow.”
““Finding water in the Kalahari is a bit like finding a needle in a haystack,” she says.”
“One package includes two two-bedroom and two three-bedroom units for $3.89 million in Harlem's 249-unit Kalahari, which is more than 90% sold.”
“Tutu and a Khoisan man from the Kalahari are the first southern Africans to have their genomes sequenced and published.”
“And because the Kalahari is a project with four principals, reaching all of them via e-mail was essential to reaching a price.”
“Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Bushmen digitally tagging the Kalahari”
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