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(fyəˌnɑr əntˈsoʊ ə, -ˈsu ə)

a city in E central Madagascar. 300,000.
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The one-off vehicle is the fruit of five months of labour by 15 workers at Karenjy's site in Fianarantsoa, southeastern Madagascar.
It tracked across the island from 7 to 9 March, producing three-day precipitation totals of 224 mm at Sambava, 210 mm at Antsohihy, 184 mm at Antananarivo, 159 mm at Fianarantsoa, 291 mm at Mananjary, and 178 mm at Taolagnaro which were, respectively, 82%, 86%, 112%, 113%, 81%, and 101% of the normal monthly precipitation for March at each location.
The government facilitated and led workshops, funded by an international organization, to educate law enforcement and civil society in Antananarivo, Mahajanga, Sambava, Fianarantsoa, Antsiranana, and Toliara on the enforcement of the anti-trafficking laws and victim identification and referral.
(31) See Jacques Tronchon's (1986: 77) discussion of how President Ratsiraka carried out the removal of Ralaimongo's body from his ancestral burial ground near Fianarantsoa and his reburial in the mass cemetery and commemorative site of the victims of the 1947 anti-colonial massacre in Moramanga.
An aVDPV1 (3.9% VP1 divergence) was isolated from a patient in Nosy-Varika, Fianarantsoa Province, on the central east coast, who had AFP onset on January 31, 2015.
NOON Madagascar by train - the Fianarantsoa line carves its way through the highlands for 100 miles to the coastal town of Manakara.
"When I got to Fianarantsoa they kept me in a hotel because the hospital didn't want me to infect other patients.
She served on the faculties of the Graduate Seminary, FLM, and the Amboniavaratra Pastoral Training School, FJKM, in Fianarantsoa, Madagascar, 1998-2003.