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  • proper n. a dialect of the Zimba language spoken in the Congo

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Examples

  • Eni owns a 70% stake in the discovery, called Mamba.

    Big Gas Find for Italy's Eni

  • You see, the game, entitled Mamba, is an ancient game made by priests out of the skin and body parts of a condemned witch.

    Open Graves (2010)

  • The fleet – or a goodly proportion of it – is now owned by the US Blackwater Security Consulting, which proudly advertise their virtues in their own leaflet (above left), declaring that "the Mamba is the armored personnel carrier of choice for Blackwater ops in Iraq".

    The lies of Lord Drayson 2

  • It was also called the Mamba and it has been called the Mamba mark 2.

    The lies of Lord Drayson

  • During this campaign, it emerged that the MoD had already purchased a fleet of 14 RG-31 type vehicles - the precursor version called the Mamba (although they were also called the Alvis 4 and 8 series) – for use in Bosnia.

    Not on this planet

  • This was picked up by Gerald Howarth who noted that there was a system called the Mamba "which is able to track incoming mortars and provide an accurate fix on their source."

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The Wits Vaal Regional Peace Secretariat invites you to the launch of the most recent addition to its Monitoring Department, namely the Mamba 7 and Mamba 11 armoured vehicles.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Plugging the wire into the Mamba is a bit of a chore though.

    GameSpot's News, Screenshots, Movies, Reviews, Previews, Downloads, and Features

  • Now, a new studio, called Mamba, has just announced that it has secured the rights to six add-ons to Microsoft Flight Simulator X, and will be releasing them starting with March this year.

    Softpedia News - Global

  • The game in Houston showed exactly why Kobe Bryant is known as the Mamba and the best closer / clutch player in the league, as Bryant went off on the jawing Ron Artest to score 18 of his 37 points in the fourth quarter, ending Houston's 12-game home winning streak.

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