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Nai·ro·bi

 (nī-rō′bē)
The capital and largest city of Kenya, in the south-central part of the country. Founded in 1899, it became the seat of government for British East Africa in 1905 and capital of independent Kenya in 1963.

Nairobi

(naɪˈrəʊbɪ)
n
(Placename) the capital of Kenya, in the southwest, at an altitude of 1650 m (5500 ft): founded in 1899; became capital in 1905; commercial and industrial centre; the Nairobi National Park (a game reserve) is nearby. Pop: 2 818 000 (2005 est)

Nai•ro•bi

(naɪˈroʊ bi)

n.
the capital of Kenya, in the SW part. 3,000,000.
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Noun1.Nairobi - the capital and largest city of KenyaNairobi - the capital and largest city of Kenya; a center for tourist safaris
Kenya, Republic of Kenya - a republic in eastern Africa; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1963; major archeological discoveries have been made in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya
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Nairobi

[naɪˈrəʊbɪ] NNairobi m

Nairobi

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Nairobi

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The pilot exercise took place at Nairobi area remand three weeks ago where 2,100 remandees were interviewed.
He had also faulted the move to conduct proceedings at Nairobi Area police headquarters.
The most recent case occurred in March this year when four British plane spotters were arrested in Kenya and fined for trespassing close to an airport in the Nairobi area.
As per the report, Kenya's Communications Authority declared the set up of a consumer awareness campaign ahead of the switch-off of analogue broadcasting in the Nairobi area 31 December.
Western, and Kenyan interests in Kenya, including the Nairobi area and the coastal cities of Mombasa and Diani.
RVF cases were reported from three districts in NEP (Garissa [175 cases], Ijara [125], and Wajir [26]); five districts in Coast Province (Kilifi [38], Tana River [16], Malindi [eight], Isiolo [eight], and Taita Taveta [one]); two districts in Central Province (Kirinyanga [two] and Maragua [one]); one district in Rift Valley Province (Kajiado [three]); and one from Nairobi Area (Figure 2).