- n. Plural form of safari.
“I'm sorry, but 75 safaris is about 74 more than the average F&S or Hunting Magazine reader could ever afford.”
“I would like to also clarify my comments on C. B.First, he has been on many safaris, which is prudent for a writer who pounds the keys on the subject.”
“First, Norplant was diffused through intensive local campaigns called safaris in which policemen, local political leaders, and military forces participated in an all-out effort to gain adopters of the new contraceptive in each community in Indonesia.”
“My father, who had never had children, was delighted at the birth of my brother, sister, and me, and our bedtime stories were full of real-life accounts of my father's travels, such as safaris from Capetown to Cairo in search of new trees.”
“Most prominent among these was Frederik van Zyl Slabbert, a brainy, telegenic former leader of the liberal opposition in the white Parliament who organized the earliest "safaris" to bring influential whites into contact with the outlawed movement.”
“Increasing in popularity are the "safaris" offered into the mountainous interior.”
“Another key incentive consistently absent during presidential "safaris" to Africa is global business.”
“Yet that was the year white liberals and business potentates from Johannesburg began what were called "safaris" to places like Lusaka and Dakar for meetings with Mbeki and his colleagues.”
“In these so-called 'safaris', the clients paid for each animal killed, especially for spotted or black jaguars.”
“Travel outfits got in on the game too, packaging “exotic” itineraries that promised unforgettable safaris.”
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