Tanganyikan


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Tan·gan·yi·ka

 (tăn′gən-yē′kə, tăng′-)
A former country of east-central Africa. Awarded to Britain in the breakup of German East Africa after World War I, Tanganyika became independent in 1961 and joined with Zanzibar to form Tanzania in 1964.

Tan′gan·yi′kan adj. & n.

Tanganyikan

(ˌtæŋɡəˈnjiːkən)
adj
1. (Placename) of or relating to the former state of Tanganyika (now part of Tanzania) or its inhabitants
2. (Peoples) of or relating to the former state of Tanganyika (now part of Tanzania) or its inhabitants
n
(Peoples) a native of inhabitant of Tanganyika
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2006) 'Ustaarabu: a conceptual change in Tanganyikan newspaper discourse in the 1920s' in R.
The legendary Tanganyikan game warden George Rushby faced many such--the man-eaters of Njombe--until his skill with a rifle proved them to be "mere" lions (they still managed to eat around 1,500 people, though, while the local witchdoctors were claiming all the credit).
There was also another leader from the Tanganyika and Zanzibar delegation who supported Malcolm X in Cairo; (26) Abdulrahman Babu, the Tanganyikan and Zanzibar Minister met Malcolm at the conference for the first time, and they became good friends.
TANU Women Gender and Culture in the Making of Tanganyikan Nationalism, 1955-1965.
My last "Letter to the Editor" took a nationalistic tone and demanded that Uganda form its own youth group, like the Chinese "Red Guards" and the Tanganyikan "Green Guards".
He illustrates this postcolonial style with an example of Indian and Tanganyikan leaders tutoring the new citizens of their respective nations how to sing the national anthem correctly.
The late Cenozoic Thiaridae (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Cerithioidea) of the Albertine Rift Valley (Uganda-Congo) and their bearing on the origin and evolution of the Tanganyikan thalassoid malacofauna.
Aspects of the feeding and reproductive biology of the Lake Tanganyikan cichlid, Lamprologus ornatipinnis (Pisces, Cichlidae).
TANU Women: Gender and Culture in the Making of Tanganyikan Nationalism, 1955-1965, 1997.
Susan Geiger, TANU Women: Gender and Culture in the Making of Tanganyikan Nationalism, 1955-65, Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1997, 1-19.
104) The Court of Appeal is the highest court and is competent to hear appeals of both Tanganyikan and Zanzibari court decisions.