Zambesi


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Zambesi

[zæmˈbiːzɪ] NZambeze m

Zambesi

, Zambezi
nSambesi m
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The girl had gone straight from school to her step-father's estate on the Zambesi, where, a few months later, her mother had died of the malaria.
His name was Evans, and he was killed the following year, poor fellow, by a wounded buffalo, and lies buried near the Zambesi Falls.
Our instructed vagrancy, which was hardly time to linger by the hedgerows, but runs away early to the tropics, and is at home with palms and banyans,--which is nourished on books of travel and stretches the theatre of its imagination to the Zambesi,--can hardly get a dim notion of what an old-fashioned man like Tulliver felt for this spot, where all his memories centred, and where life seemed like a familiar smooth-handled tool that the fingers clutch with loving ease.
Sunrise over the Zambesi as experienced by travellers with Audley, the Oxfordshire-based luxury tailor-made travel business backed by Equistone in 2012
After doing well in waters from Alaska to Cuba, Stokoe clinched the title with the capture of three Tiger Fish using three different methods - including an 8lb taken on the fly from Africa's River Zambesi.
The block, which covers a total area of di 5,145 square kilometers in a water depth between 200 and 1800 meters, is placed within an unexplored area of the Northern Zambesi Basin, which the consortium estimate to contain significant hydrocarbon resources.
Spread over 32 chapters and 47 illustrations, the work details Livingstone's 16 years of research in Africa, including his journey from the Cape of Good Hope to Luanda, Angola, and travelling the river Zambesi.
1960: The Kariba Dam on the Zambesi River was |opened by the Queen Mother.
Chandler and her husband, Mark of Webster; his two brothers, John Zambesi of Worcester, and Steven Zambesi and his wife, Ann of Saint Mary's, GA; his four sisters, Joanne O'Brien of Rockland, Marie Young of Florida, Marcia Fogarty and Sandra Zambesi, both of Framingham; his five grandchildren, Derrick, Alexandra, and Ezekiel Zambesi and Peyton and Chase Chandler; as well as many nieces and nephews.
On June 25, 2014, in an historic moment, the US Department of Commerce gave two Texas-based companies, Pioneer Natural Resources Company and Enterprise Products Partners, permission to load four hundred thousand barrels of condensate (a type of unrefined crude oil) onto the Singapore-flagged Bw Zambesi.
Today, the likes of SNOW FALCON and debut winner BLACK ZAMBESI will provide stern opposition.
While big cat attacks in Zimbabwe are fairly rare, another took place near the Zambesi River in 2010, when a man was killed by a pride of lions while he was bathing.