from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The capital and largest city of Ghana, in the southeast part of the country on the Gulf of Guinea. Originally the capital of an ancient Ga kingdom, it became an important economic center after the completion in 1923 of a railroad to the mining and agricultural hinterland. Population: 1,660,000.
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- proper n. The capital of Ghana.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the capital city of Ghana.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the capital and largest city of Ghana with a deep-water port
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ACCRA - West African heads of state gathered in Ghana's capital Accra for a fresh push to put Liberia's derailed peace process back on track.
FiveYear Program to Reach Nearly 60,000 Smallholder Farmers in ACCRA, Ghana, Oct. 19/PRNewswire/-- At a ceremony held in Accra, the World
The word Accra is derived from the word Nkran meaning "ants" in their local language, a reference to the numerous anthills seen in the countryside around Accra.
But it turns out that the Accra is a real ship, coming to town, and Frankie is excited to finally get to see his father.
At the 2008 High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in Accra, the U.S. could not even agree to be a signatory to the International Aid Transparency Initiative even though transparency is central to U.S. domestic values.
President Barack Obama made his first visit to Sub-Saharan Africa and delivered a speech in Accra, Ghana on July 11.
Tour guides, hired in Accra, can take visitors to the coffin showrooms on request.
Tour guides, hired in Accra, take visitors to the coffin showrooms on request.
Nettie Lee The Undersigned, Mr. Ernest Ansah, Managing Director of Doncan Gold Company Ltd, licensed small scale mining company, with head office in Accra, Ghana, licensed under company code 1963 (Act 179) of the Republic of Ghana.
When Obama arrives in Accra on Friday night, he will be the third sitting American president to visit the West African nation of Ghana.