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The capital and largest city of Togo, in the southern part of the country on the Bight of Benin. It is Togo's administrative, communications, and transportation center.


n, vb
a variant spelling of loam


(French lɔme)
(Placename) the capital and chief port of Togo, on the Bight of Benin. Pop: 865 000 (2005 est)



the capital of Togo, on the Gulf of Guinea. 366,476.
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Noun1.Lome - capital and largest city of TogoLome - capital and largest city of Togo; located in the south on the Gulf of Guinea
Togo, Togolese Republic - a republic on the western coast of Africa on the Gulf of Guinea; formerly under French control
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Total quantity or scope: Data connectivity circuits between lagos or accra to abidjan and lome at 10gb and 1gb respectively.
Senegalese Trade Minister Alioune Sarr said that the current Lome trade fair event is a milestone toward sub-regional integration and shows what remains to be done in the sub-region to strengthen trade relations and fast track the integration of African countries.
Nevertheless, Embassy Lome has implemented a diversity of U.
Of course, one need not go all the way to Lome to hear these words of wisdom.
The Islamic Cultural Centre in Lome, which managed the distribution, said beneficiaries of the programme expressed their gratitude and appreciation to the Khalifa Foundation, the UAE and its charities for their humanitarian efforts in Togo.
ASKY flew the 40-year-old Liberian national to Nigeria's commercial city of Lagos via Lome, Togo, 20 July.
Westoe's Lome Fa'atau in action for Samoa during the 2009 Rugby World Cup against South Africa.
The lucky person, Ivorian Madame Eulalie Kili, was flying from Niamey to Abidjan via Lome, Asky's international hub.
Sunday will see the debut of Libya, who are in Lome to play Togo in Group 1.
The DR has preferential access to the European Union market via the Lome IV Agreement.
This article examines the origin and nature of the Anglo-French Caribbean rum conflict which centred on the export of Caribbean rums to the key markets within the European Union (EU) during the period 1975-2000 under the provisions of the Lome Conventions.