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- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Senegal, the Senegalese people or the Senegalese language.
- n. A person from Senegal or of Senegalese descent.
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- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Senegal or its people
- n. a native or inhabitant of Senegal
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That would do much to single out the Europeans, but little to distinguish the Senegalese from the Solomon Islanders.
Sadio says Gambians think the Senegalese are their enemies, but that is not the case.
Mr. GOLD: The particular percussion on that is (unintelligible), which are known as a Senegalese instrument, but it's part of what Toumani's saying, which is part of this (unintelligible) empire idea, whereas the (unintelligible) were very much from part of the Malian music as well.
Others such as Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade, a NEPAD founding member, say the initiative failed to produce any tangible results since it was launched with great fanfare in 2001.
So what exactly is the difference between inserting the words "Senegalese" or "brown" at the end of the sentence?
Senegal will cut diplomatic ties with Iran after an investigation that showed that a seized Iranian arms shipment was intended for rebels fighting Senegalese troops.
Senegalese people already think I'm wacky, so I waste less time caring about others' opinions of me.
The fashion I'm witnessing is the result of a shift taking place in Senegalese style.
It dawned on me that maybe what transfixed me about Senegalese men's style was a certain fuck-you attitude toward clothing, a can't-put-your-finger-on-it othernethat conveys humor and that people might aptly describe with the overused term, "hipster."
It's clear that Senegalese people love the thrill of injecting artifacts of foreign clothing into their wardrobes.