Santa Isabel

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San·ta Is·a·bel

 (săn′tə ĭz′ə-bĕl′, sän′tä ē-sä-bĕl′)
See Malabo.

Santa Isabel

(Spanish ˈsanta isaˈβɛl)
(Placename) the former name (until 1973) of Malabo


(məˈlɑ boʊ)

the capital of Equatorial Guinea, on N Bioko island. 40,000. Formerly, Santa Isabel.
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The strongest earthquake struck about 49 miles from Santa Isabel and its epicenter was at 4 and half miles underground of the Sea of Cortes, according to the USGS.
The bomb exploded in a car park in the Santa Isabel neighbourhood, Basque Country police said.
As Special Publication number 35 in the Oceanic Linguistics series, this title presents the grammar of Kokota, a language spoken by around 1200 individuals in Santa Isabel in the Solomon Islands.
Today: Santa Isabel, Hay Point; Ramona, Thames; Sea Eagle, Inverness; Antares, Grays.
The couple were assigned to Santa Isabel Island from 1995 to 1997.