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Toamasina

(ˈtəʊməˈsinə)
n
(Placename) a port in E Madagascar, on the Indian Ocean: the country's chief commercial centre. Pop: 198 000 (2005 est). Former name (until 1979): Tamatave

To•a•ma•si•na

(ˌtoʊ ə məˈsi nə)
n.
a seaport on E Madagascar. 230,000.
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WHERE in Africa are the ports of Mahajanga, Toamasina and Toliara?
Plague was introduced to Madagascar in 1898 at the port of Toamasina and reached the capital (Antananarivo) in 1921.
a-c Basal view, equatorial transverse section, and lateral view, of fruit with the mesocarp and exocarp removed from one half (MO 4816066: Capuron 18,188-SF; Toamasina, Madagascar), d Endocarp in lateral view with mesocarp removed showing spines (P: Capuron 8930-SF; Tenina, Madagascar), e Endocarp in apical view showing prominent spines and four germination pores (P 5198123: Service Forestier Madagascar s.n.; Madagascar), f Apical view of the specimen in d, showing three germination pores, g Lateral view of the specimen in e.
Among the others made cardinal were Archbishop Joseph Coutts of Karachi, Pakistan; Archbishop Pedro Barreto of Huancayo, Peru; Archbishop Desire Tsarahazana of Toamasina, Madagascar; and Archbishop Manyo Maeda of Osaka, Japan.
Four government hospitals had one-stop victim support centers that offered assistance to child victims of various abuses, including sex trafficking; the one-stop support centers were located in Antananarivo, Toamasina, Mahajanga, and Nosy Be and offered victims medical assistance, psychological support, and access to the police and social workers, but the government did not report how many victims received assistance at these facilities.
From Pakistan comes Joseph Coutts of Karachi with Desire Tsarahazana from Toamasina in Madagascar and Thomas Aquinas Manyo from Osaka in Japan.
Others tapped include: Monsignor Antonio dos Santos Marto, bishop of Portugal's popular shrine town of Leiria-Fatima; Monsignor Pedro Barreto, a Jesuit who is archbishop of Huancayo, Peru; Monsignor Desire Tsarahazana, archbishop of Toamasina, Madagascar; Monsignor Thomas Aquinas Manyo, who was bishop of Hiroshima before Francis made him archbishop of Osaka, Japan, in 2014; and Monsignor Giuseppe Petrocchi, archbishop of L'Aquila, an Italian mountain town struggling to recover from a 2009 earthquake that killed hundreds of people.
(ICTSI) has been operating in the port of Toamasina in Madagascar since 2005, while Chan's Liwayway Group officially commenced operations of its factory in Centurion, which is outside Johannesburg, just last January.
An area is flooded in the aftermath of tropical cyclone Ava in Toamasina, Madagascar, in this picture obtained yesterday from social media.
(3) Department of Mathematics, Informatics and Applications, University of Toamasina, Madagascar
These dialogues will offer the opportunity to build on debate on the launch in 2018 of the international business incubator that brings together five partner cities, including Monastir (Tunisia), Saint-Etienne (France), Toamasina (Madagascar), Katowice (Poland) and Sierre (Switzerland).