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  • n. Plural form of Kinshasan.

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Examples

  • Kinshasans were also awaiting the results of Parliament elections held alongside the presidential vote, in which some 9,000 candidates were contesting 500 seats.

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  • Some Kinshasans, welcoming the ceasefire, said that the

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  • "Not only are there few commodities on the market, but prices are very high, too high for most Kinshasans."

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  • "Kabila has left the capital, which seems to indicate that, contrary to what he has told Kinshasans and the Congolese people, the situation is not so safe," Wamba dia Wamba stressed.

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  • Most Kinshasans can not afford to go two days without working.

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  • Also in the broadcast Monday, the government announced that soldiers of the ruling Alliance were prohibited from appearing in the streets of Kinshasa without written orders - a response to complaints by some Kinshasans of petty harassment by Alliance soldiers.

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  • Laurent Kabila found that much of it had been washed out - but got cheered by Kinshasans looking forward to their first case of democracy anyway.

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  • But Kinshasans on their way home immediately recognized the significance of the convoy sweeping through the capital's dark streets.

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  • Kinshasans to remain calm and disregard "fantastical rumors."

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  • Kinshasans listened to international news reports.

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