from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The capital and largest city of Angola, in the northwest part of the country on the Atlantic Ocean. Founded by the Portuguese in 1575, it has a fine natural harbor and diversified industries. Population: 2,770,000.
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- proper n. The capital of Angola.
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- n. port city on Atlantic coast; the capital and largest city of Angola
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EXPERTS IN LUANDA SCATHING ABOUT U.N. The Angolan government has welcomed the findings of experts sent by the U.N. Security Council to investigate how Angola's UNITA rebel movement is managing to circumvent U.N. sanctions imposed on it, but U.N. officials in Luanda are scathing about the inquiry.
LUANDA - UNITA rebels, striking ever closer to the Angolan government's power base, sabotaged power supplies to Luanda just two weeks after cutting off the capital's water supply.
If that was not enough, the agency plans to open new business support centers in Luanda and Brussels.
It is well known that the level of crime, especially in Luanda, is high due to social and economic inequality.
Pope Benedict XVI waves to the crowd in Luanda, Angola, March 22.
Perhaps thus the traffic flow, especially in Luanda and the surrounding area, would be smaller and more fluid.
A huge snake hs been electrocuted to death at the Exxon Mobile compound in Luanda – Angola, Africa.
In August, 1975, South Africa approached the Portuguese High Commissioner in Luanda with a request to help ensure the safety of the workers at Calueque but nothing came of the request.
“This is your paternal grandfather, Alexandre Torres dos Santos Correia de Sá e Benevides, a direct descendent of Salvador Correia de Sá e Benevides, the famous carioca who in 1648 liberated Luanda from the Dutch…”
At the same time it has left Kabila with a debt to Luanda, which is facing separatist activity in Cabinda and a resurgence of fighting with UNITA.
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