from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to all persons of African parentage; entirely African: as, Pan-African government.
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Then Clogg actually doing same to Iain's approval i.e. actually arming Mugabe with excuses and an appeal to his pan-african comrades in arms.
The women in the Pan African Parliament (PAP) are among the most capable politicians in their own parliaments and in the pan-african body itself.
Numerous 19th and early 20th century Caribbean personalities contributed decisively to the development of the pan-african movement and its ideas.
Orange is making large progress with content, investing in a new pan-african portal named StarAfrica. com, in football rights via the CAN (Coupe d'Afrique des Nations) 2010 partnership, and in local website revamping.
I see the favicon for this page is the pan-african flag.
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