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A•zan•de (əˈzæn di)
n., pl. -des, (esp. collectively) -de.
1. a member of an African people living mainly N of the Uele river in the NE Democratic Republic of the Congo, the SE Central African Republic, and the SW Sudan.
2. the Adamawa-Eastern language of the Azande.
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Kahn's Celebrated Anatomical Museum near Piccadilly Circus in London in December of 1854" (123), which deviously devised and exhibited wax figures of a tailed family, the Niam-Niams
, from Central Africa.