Loanda


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Lo·an·da

 (lō-än′də)
See Luanda.
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Loanda

(ləʊˈændə)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Luanda
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His wife was a negress from Loanda, very large and very noisy.
(2) Em maio de 1999, o entao major Waldir Copetti Neves, oficial da Policia Militar do Parana, solicitou a juiza Elisabeth Khater, da comarca de Loanda, no noroeste do estado, autorizacao para grampear linhas telefonicas de cooperativas de trabalhadores ligadas ao MST.
In Group C, Algeria, Egypt, Morocco and Congo got together in Loanda, Angola, to play the first window last Nov.
Scholars: Michele Agostinho Conde (PIBIC), Loanda Oliveira Fukuma (extension), Juliana Pereira Rebello (academic development PROAES 1528), Maria Viviane Ferreira de Carvalho (academic development).
Centro de Zona 'a' Arapongas, Assis Chateaubriand, Bandeirantes, Cornelio Procopio, Dois Vizinhos, Ibaiti, Irati, Jacarezinho, Jandaia do Sul, Laranjeiras do sul, Loanda, Marechal Candido Rondon, Medianeira, Palmas, Telemaco Borba.
The Portuguese explorer Paulo Dias de Novais founded Sao Paulo de Loanda (Luanda) in 1575.
In a small notebook, Conrad keeps track of certain words in Bakongo, in Loanda, in Bangala.
In 12 years [between 1637 and 1648), they transported no less than 23,163 slaves from Elmina and Loanda, for an amount of 6,714,423 guilders and 60 cents [the Dutch were very precise!].
Ocorrencia de cigarrinhas vetoras de Xylella fasidiosa em pomares citricos do municipio de Loanda, no noroeste do Parana.