Stanleyville


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Stan·ley·ville

 (stăn′lē-vĭl′)

Stanleyville

(ˈstænlɪˌvɪl)
n
(Placename) the former name (until 1966) of Kisangani

Ki•san•ga•ni

(kɪˈzɑŋ gɑ ni, ˌki sɑŋˈgɑ-)

n.
a city in the N Democratic Republic of the Congo, on the Zaire (Congo) River. 417,517. Formerly, Stanleyville.
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In October 1959, Nzuzi was arrested and imprisoned together with Lumumba in the aftermath of a tumultuous political congress in Stanleyville. After independence, Nzuzi remained a devoted supporter of Lumumba, organizing illegal protests against the prime minister's 'neutralisation' in September (Houart 1960: 95) and being arrested in October after orchestrating a machete attack against three members of the General Commissioners' Council, including the Commissioner of Finance, Albert Ndele (CRISP 1961: 123; Kamitatu 1971: 74).
The isolate was identified as Salmonella enterica subspecies enterica serovar stanleyville (1,4,12,27:z4,z23:[1,2]) by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Public Health Laboratory using serotyping with specific O and H antisera according to the Kaufman-White scheme.
They threatened to murder them in Stanleyville, eastern Congo.
Pauls Inlet 1955-2014 L X SV Stanleyville 1901-2014 L X TB Tablelands and the Gulch ** 1921-2015 L-H TR Trout River town & ponds 1933-2014 H X TU Tucker Head 1991-2014 M X VB Vessels Brook 1987-2009 L X WB Winterhouse Brook 1918-2011 M WD Western Brook dunes 1968-2013 H X X WH Western Brook headland 1991-2012 L X WP Western Brook Pond ** 1933-2015 L-H X A F G H I BM Birchy Mountain X X BP Broom Point CH Cow Head X X CM Crow Mountain X DA Deer Arm cliff X EE cliffs at end of East Arm X ET SS Ethie X GB Glenburnie X X X GG Green Gardens X GH Gadds Harbour X X GM Gros Morne X?
It was evident only two months later that the ANLCA could have wielded influence in the implementation of United States foreign policy towards Africa when its members sent an open letter to Kennedy strongly protesting the Belgian-United States paratroop drop into Kisangani (Stanleyville).
Inspirado por un impulso de <<zairizacion>>, incluso cambiaron tambien de denominacion algunas ciudades: Leopoldville se convirtio en Kinshasa, Stanleyville en Kisangani, Elisabethville en Lumbumbashi, Jadotville en Likasi, Albertville en Kalemie, etc.
THE ODD LIFE OF TIMOTHY GREEN (U) JIM GREEN (Joel Edgerton) and his wife Cindy (Jennifer Garner) live in the North Carolina town of Stanleyville, which is proudly known as the pencil capital of the world.
Respectivement protestante et catholique, les deux autres universites, celles de Leopoldville et de Stanleyville, pouvaient, au mieux, soit ignorer le livre de Kant, soit le contourner en invoquant des dispositions plus anciennes.
[I]t may be noted that in three of the other cases, Stanleyville,
The Greens live in small-town Stanleyville, "pencil capital of the world." Jim works at the local pencil factory, where he handles quality control on the union-run assembly line, while Cindy spends her days serving as a docent at the pencil museum.