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 (säN-gôr′), Léopold Sédar 1906-2001.
Senegalese poet and politician who served (1960-1980) as the first president of Senegal following independence from France. The author of many volumes of poetry, he contributed to the development of the concept of negritude.

Senghor

(French sɑ̃ɡɔr)
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(Biography) Léopold Sédar (leɔpɔl sedar). 1906–2001, Senegalese statesman and writer; president of Senegal (1960–80)
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Earlier on arrival at Leopold Sedar Senghor Airbase, HH the Emir was welcomed by President Sall, PM Dionne, a number of Senegalese ministers, Qatar's Ambassador to Senegal HE Saree bin Ali al Qahtani, Ambassador of Senegal to Qatar HE Mamadou Mamdo Sall and officials of the Qatari Embassy.
A partir du 10 decembre 2017, tous les vols deTunisairde et vers l'aeroport Leopold Sedar Senghor a Dakar (Senegal) seront transferes vers le nouvel aeroport international Blaise Diagne situe dans la meme ville, a fait savoir la compagnie dans un communique.
TAP) - All Tunisair flights to and from LAaAaAeA@opold SAaAaAeA@dar Senghor Air in Dakar (Senegal) will be transferred to the new Blaise Diagne International Airport located in the same city from December 10, 2017, the company said in a statement.
Cheikh Daouda Senghor, 40, of St Johns Road in Wallingford, has been charged with dangerous driving in connection with the incident in Gun Street on Saturday, June 10.
The founding fathers of the movement were Aime Cesaire, Senghor, and Leon-Gontran met while studying in Pairs in 1930s and started to disseminate their ideas in a journal called "The Black Student".
The author explains in the preface that the biography is the result of a promise Senghor made when he consulted Faye for his research on Senegambian integration in the 1970s (p.
Senghor was famously motivated by the anti-imperial philosophy of Negritude, which he theorized in the early 1930s in concert with fellow poets Airne Cesaire of Martinique and Leon-Gontran Damas of French Guyana.
Keywords: Chaka, Francophonie, Leopold Sedar Senghor, Negritude, Thomas Mofolo, transculturation,
Senghor and his supporters, such as Sylvia Ba (Ba, 1973: 74-78), are noted here to play down the element of rationality in African thought, although emotion which they identify the African person with does not fundamentally identify the human being-as well as rationality and morality do.
Muscat, March 29 (ONA) The Sultanate will host on tomorrow (Monday) at the Inter-Continental Hotel Muscat the Regional Symposium on " Regulation and Supervision of Systemically Important Banks " of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) under the auspices of Hamoud bin Senghor al- Zadjali , Executive President of the Central Bank of Oman (CBO).
Senegal Football Federation president Augustin Senghor accused the club of a "lack of respect" over Sakho's withdrawal and said he would consult FIFA and the Football Association in a bid to prevent the player from appearing for West Ham during the tournament.
Senegalese striker Andre Senghor is expected to remain, while Brazilian forward Kaio Felipe Goncalves is free to leave on loan.