- n. Plural form of Malagasy.
“Unfortunaltely, Malagasies are so blinded by their rage, that is becomes increasingly difficult to foresee an end to this crisis in the near future without a third party intervention.”
“Traditionally, Malagasies see children, like Zebu (the local cattle), as a visible, tangible form of wealth.”
“If we bring over Senegalese and Malagasies, I hardly suppose that their hearts will be in the task of defending”
“This organization, consisting of young Malagasies, shows a truly wonderful zeal in their efforts to make up for the absence of the fathers.”
“The religion of the Malagasies appears to be fundamentally a kind of mixed Monotheism, under the form of a Fetishism which finds expression in numerous superstitious practices of which these people are very tenacious.”
“Hawaiians and Malagasies is only passive, that of a civilized people like the English and modern Japanese is active, consciously utilized and reinforced.”
“Years of poverty and a less-than-stellar government were enough for most Malagasies, so watching their land handed freely to South Korea was a bit over the top.”
“However most ordinary Malagasies have not seen any trickle down from the tourism industry.”
“He believes that Madagascar's current crisis has helped inspire political expression among young Malagasies, but there is some way to go before a coherent forum for political debate is found.”
“Tahina is one of Madagascar's most active bloggers and twitterers, part of a young generation of internet savvy Malagasies who have turned to cyberspace to share news and opinions on political events in the country.”
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