Definitions

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  • noun a long lake in southeastern Africa between Tanzania, Mozambique, and Malawi

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Examples

  • There’s good evidence (for example from sediment core samples) that the level of Lake Malawi (it was called Lake Nyasa when I spent my first bucket-and-spade holidays on its sandy beaches) rises and falls dramatically over the centuries, and reached a low point in the eighteenth century, more than 100 metres lower than the present level.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • There’s good evidence (for example from sediment core samples) that the level of Lake Malawi (it was called Lake Nyasa when I spent my first bucket-and-spade holidays on its sandy beaches) rises and falls dramatically over the centuries, and reached a low point in the eighteenth century, more than 100 metres lower than the present level.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • Lake Malawi (formerly referred to as Lake Nyasa) comprises about 20\% of total area.

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  • Lake Malawi (formerly referred to as Lake Nyasa) comprises about 20\% of total area.

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  • Lake Malawi (formerly referred to as Lake Nyasa) comprises about 20\% of total area.

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  • Lake Malawi (formerly referred to as Lake Nyasa) comprises about 20\% of total area.

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  • Lake Malawi (formerly referred to as Lake Nyasa) comprises about 20% of total area.

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  • Prime Minister Mizengo Kayanza Pinda says the government is focusing on improving production in a corridor that stretches from Lake Tanganyika and Lake Nyasa in the west through the center of the country to Dar es Salaam.

    Clinton: US Boosting Funds to Improve Nutrition in Tanzania

  • Prime Minister Mizengo Kayanza Pinda says the government is focusing on improving production in a corridor that stretches from Lake Tanganyika and Lake Nyasa in the west through the center of the country to Dar es Salaam.

    Clinton: US Boosting Funds to Improve Nutrition in Tanzania

  • Prime Minister Mizengo Kayanza Pinda says the government is focusing on improving production in a corridor that stretches from Lake Tanganyika and Lake Nyasa in the west through the center of the country to Dar es Salaam.

    Clinton: US Boosting Funds to Improve Nutrition in Tanzania

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