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- n. A person from Gabon or of Gabonese descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Gabon or the Gabonese people
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. of or relating to Gabon or its inhabitants.
- n. a native or inhabitant of Gabon.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a native or inhabitant of Gabon
- adj. of or relating to Gabon or its inhabitants
They have also expressed doubt that reforms promised by a new government appointed December 28 by long-term Gabonese President Omar
DUPREE: The group, the group behind me are from Central African, Gabon and they're called the Gabonese Acrobatic Children.
After the meeting, the president of the U.N. Security Council for June, Gabonese Ambassador Nelson Messone, read a communiqué from the 15-member council.
The event has been marked by a Pontifical Mass in the usus antiquior celebrated by Msgr. Mvé Engone, at which the bishop of Port-Gentil, Mathieu Madega, as well as ministers of the Gabonese government assisted.
On Friday morning they gathered on a scruffy beach in Libreville, sang and laid flowers in the water for their compatriots who had died in 1993, shortly after taking off from the Gabonese capital for a World Cup qualifier in Senegal.
In several rounds of anonymous voting, both Jean Ping, a former Gabonese foreign minister who has led the commission since 2008, and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma , South Africa's home affairs minister and former wife of President Jacob Zuma, failed to win two-thirds majority support from members of the 54-member organization.
The five defendants in the case, owners and executives of small military-equipment companies, were among 22 people charged in 2009 in connection with a purported scheme to pay a $1.5 million bribe to the Gabonese defense minister in return for what undercover investigators said was a $15 million contract to outfit his country's national guard.
The defendants had been led to believe that they could participate in the contract if they agreed to inflate their prices on invoices to the Gabonese government, masking a $3 million "commission," according to evidence presented at trial.
Earlier, the White House again defended Mr. Obama's decision to meet with the Gabonese president.
Liban Suleiman told VOA Andre Mba Obame is trying to create division among ethnic Gabonese that will, in his words, mimic the crisis in both Ivory Coast and Tunisia.