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Ma·ro·ni

 (mə-rō′nē) also Ma·ro·wij·ne (mä′rə-vī′nə)
A river of northern South America flowing about 725 km (450 mi) northward along the Suriname-French Guiana border to the Atlantic Ocean.
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Contract notice: Storage services, Filling, Transport and delivery by canoes of fuel to edf sei guyane power plants located along the maroni river and its tributaries.
The littoral area ([approximately equal to]30 km-wide Atlantic Ocean coastal band between the cities of Awala-Yalimapo and Ouanary) and the lower part of the Maroni River bordering Suriname (between the cities of Maripasoula and Saint-Laurent du Maroni) are considered malaria free, but this status may not reflect malaria transmission in the inland rainforest (2-4).
The Ndjuka Maroons, then living along the Maroni River in Suriname, crossed over en masse, and French authorities found them convenient lodgings in what were diplomatically described as "renovated barracks.
FEAR gave me energy as I paddled the canoe across the mile-wide Maroni river in pitch darkness, expecting a gunboat to appear at any moment.
The Wayana Amerindians of French Guiana live along the Maroni River and depend upon its fish as a significant source of food.
The voyage up the Maroni river to the land once thought to be El Dorado is given added spice when the authorities delegate an Arab murderer to the expedition.
Located on the Maroni River on the border with Suriname, spanned over 2,000 square kilometers, the town of Grand-Santi was born in 1992 with a split Papachton the south.
The study was conducted over 7 days in two different seasons in the four most populated Wayana villages on the upper part of the Maroni River (521 people; 70% of the Wayana population in French Guiana).
In March 1998, an Amerindian woman living in a forest area on the Maroni River was admitted to the health center in Maripasoula, French Guiana, with fever, headache, abdominal pain, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Founded in 1947, Maripasoula located on the Maroni River, is the largest town in France.