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(kɑˈmi nə)

a city in the S Democratic Republic of the Congo. 160,020.
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She was taken by twins Kamina and Kashay, 23 months, at the Henry Fawcett Children's Centre in Kennington, South London.
The same opinion is prevalent in Lubumbashi and Kamina, where I have been teaching and doing research since 2011.
Together we have conducted several interviews among local people in various villages, while working with students from the Universite de Kamina, Institut Superieur Pedagogique, and the Methodist University of Kamina.
In order to understand the scope of interreligious dialogue in Africa, let us observe the situation on the ground, that is, the religious landscape of Africa, sub-Saharan Africa, the DRC, and finally the city of Kamina where our Bumuntu Peace Institute is based.
Kamina, a young, female Western lowland gorilla, was born in August at the zoo in Oklahoma City but was shunned by her mother, so she was sent to Cincinnati in September.
When they didn't bond with her, keepers decided Kamina's best option was moving to Columbus.
"Kamina has learned all of the behaviors she needs to know in order to be successful in a gorilla group,'' Ron Evans, primates curator, said in a statement.
A newly purchased locomotive hurtled off the track in a swampy region Tuesday as the goods train, bursting with illegal passengers, rounded a bend about 65 kilometres north of Kamina in the southeast of the country.
However, following the central traumatic event of Kamina's combat death, the protagonist, Simon, embodies major diagnostic symptoms of trauma, shown by the hermeneutic divergence of visual and verbal representations.
Simon, his charismatic, eighteen-year-old mentor Kamina, and sharpshooter Yoko use Lagann to reach the surface, where Kamina steals the Gunmen Gurren.