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Jinja

(ˈdʒɪndʒə)
n
(Placename) a town in Uganda, on the N shore of Lake Victoria. Pop: 86 520 (2002 est)
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Noun1.Jinja - a city in Uganda on the north shore of Lake Victoria
Republic of Uganda, Uganda - a landlocked republic in eastern Africa; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1962
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The Shamas Rugby Foundation and Tatu City have selected 20 under-15 and under-18 girls to play in the Connect to Africa tournament in Jinja, Uganda, this weekend.This will be the first international play for the girls, who are also supported by Scroll and Priest.
Anthony's Kitale, on the other hand, succumbed to Jinja of Uganda 2-1.
Jinja I could hear the racket in Treorchy, Ferndale could also hear it, shame the lightning wasn't about that night, we'd have all had a bit of peace.
Oh yes, and I also lived on Jinja Road in Uganda, which must be a bit unique.
Uganda has opened Africa's fifth-largest bridge in Jinja in the eastern part of the country, CNN reports.
Jinja LET'S hope this is just a scare story, like so many others when it comes to Brexit.
Summary: Kampala [Uganda], July 25 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced to build a Gandhi Heritage Centre in Uganda's Jinja, where a statue of Mahatma Gandhi now stands.
Located in Jinja, northeast of the country's capital of Kampala, the station opted for a 12-fader crystal to ensure audio quality, operations, workflow, social media and flexibility.
Travel plans include bringing a donated ultrasound machine to a little clinic near Jinja, as a way to prevent mother's birth complications such as fistula.
Meanwhile, back on dry land, kids will find all four of their Sago Mini friends (Harvey, Robin, Jinja, and Jack) in a delightful Small Plush Gift Pack--and Sago understands how much children love playing with the "box" as much as the toy, so the box transforms into a house for youngsters to decorate.
This article examines narratives of climate and livelihood changes within Jinja Municipality, Uganda, emphasizing how Jinja's residents make sense of climate change through their own narrative frames rather than through the lens of global climate change discourses.
The 13.7 percent growth in foreign business included windfall from the divestment last year of San Pin Wang in China and Jinja Bar in the US.