from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of south-central Ghana northwest of Accra. Founded c. 1700, it is a commercial and transportation center in a cocoa-producing region. Population: 1,170,000.
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- proper n. a city in Ghana
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- n. a city in southern Ghana
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Funds transfers via SMS make it possible to send money to Mom in Kumasi without getting on a bus, saving time for her daughter in Accra.
Born in Kumasi, Ghana, on 8 April 1938, Mr. Annan studied at the University of Science and Technology in
I had an opportunity to interview Mr Michael Boampong, the Executive Director of Young People We Care, based in Kumasi, Ghana.
So as you research news about the elections and local campaigns, challenge yourself and your candidates to remember what 's happening in Kumasi.
He travels to a nearby city called Kumasi to purchase his stock of goods.
The next day, I got ready for my next excursion ... a trip to "Kumasi", the capital of the traditional land of the Ashanti people (or "Asante" in the native language).
As I write from Kumasi, a small town in Ghana in West Africa, I am still thinking about the children I met in a local hospital earlier this week.
They also have contact with market traders in Accra and Kumasi by phone.
Another girl, in Kumasi, says out loud that she wants to be a nuclear scientist or the next UN Secretary-General.
Starbow charges $60 for its Accra to Kumasi flight and $85 for the airline's most expensive flight, an hour-long jaunt to Ghana's north.