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  • proper noun a Bantu language of Tanzania.

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Examples

  • Note 150: Proto-Kaskazi * - dInd - or * - gInd - "to attack or protect"; e.g., attests in Njombe, Rukwa, and in at least one of the languages in Kilombero group, Mbunga, and in Great Lakes, Haya; Runyankore kuzinda v. "attack"; kuzindara v. "be blocked."

    Societies, Religion, and History: Central East Tanzanians and the World They Created, c. 200 BCE to 1800 CE

  • "It has grown faster than we expected it to grow," Mbunga says.

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  • "It has grown faster than we expected it to grow," Mbunga says.

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  • "It has grown faster than we expected it to grow," Mbunga says.

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  • "They have been great helping me, not just as a basketball player, but as a man," Mbunga said.

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  • But thanks to his talents as a player and the efforts of a coach, Mbunga found his way to MSU on a basketball scholarship, where he is now a leader and the lone senior on the team.

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  • During his two years at MSU, where he plays center, Mbunga has also excelled.

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  • "It wasn't a tough decision (to come to the U.S.), but it was tough to leave my family," said Mbunga, whose parents, three brothers and one sister are in Angola.

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  • Mbunga said he hasn't decided what he'll do once he is finished at MSU.

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  • Mbunga played basketball with a local team for about nine years, up until he was 19.

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