- n. A person from Tanzania or of Tanzanian descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Tanzania, the Tanzanian people or language.
- adj. of or relating to the republic of Tanzania or its people
- n. a native or inhabitant of Tanzania
“Biomedical science: study of type 2 diabetes on the effectiveness of tuberculosis treatment in Tanzanian patients.”
“As we waited for him to get his first injections, a woman walked down the aisle selling tea and porridge to the families who could afford it – in Tanzanian hospitals you either bring your own food, buy it from the woman walking down the aisle … or go hungry.”
“Some good news: a new government program is starting up that offers free RetroViral Therapy (RVT) for every Tanzanian, which is awesome and much-needed since people here are so poor.”
“A Tanzanian was the first convicted in a civilian court after being held at the Guantanamo”
“Add to this coolness, the powerhouse machismo persona of slam king Mrisho Mpoto, the superstar poet/actor/playwright, and you got what I like to call The Tanzanian Triumvirate.”
“Scientists studied records of nearly 500 lion attacks on Tanzanian villagers between 1988 and 2009.”
“The study, published on Wednesday in the online journal Public Library of Science ONE, involved checking measurements of lion belly size logged regularly since 1978, and records of lion attacks kept by Tanzanian government authorities.”
“But it could be jeopardized if the Tanzanian government builds a proposed highway through it.”
“But this incredible phenomenon could be jeopardized if the Tanzanian government carries out its plans to build a national highway running east-west through the Serengeti park, cutting off the habitual path of the Great Migration.”
“Though Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete had previously nominated an albino woman to parliament in 2008, Bar'wani's opponents urged their supporters to reject him, claiming his condition prevented him from concentrating.”
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