Tsonga

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Tsonga

(ˈtsɒŋɡə)
npl -ga or -gas
1. (Peoples) a member of a Negroid people of S Mozambique, Swaziland, and South Africa
2. (Languages) the language of this people, of the Bantu group of the Niger-Congo family
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Niki Tsongas, D-Lowell, could help with her frustrating four-year battle with her mortgage company and that taking the step to talk with her might bring about change for others dealing with the issue down the road.
Safire made this suggestion after word got out that Paul Tsongas had not completely recovered from his 1986 bout with cancer--as had originally been claimed by Tsongas and his physicians.
These were the canals, by the way, that a young city councilor named Paul Tsongas once proposed be paved over to facilitate vehicular traffic.
Tsongas, considered a moderate, challenged President Bush early on.
Niki Tsongas, D-Lowell, continues to out-raise and outspend her Republican opponent, Jonathan Golnik, by a wide margin in Massachusetts' 5th District race, according to newly filed reports with the Federal Election Commission.
Sure, Clinton had policy ideas, but so did Paul Tsongas.
Niki Tsongas, D-Lowell, and her opponent Republican Jonathan Golnik of Carlisle, agreed on the importance of education and the need to improve the economy, but those attending last night's 3rd Congressional District debate saw sharp contrasts between the two candidates, especially on international issues.
Similarly, when the writer executes a lengthy campaign profile of Tsongas two days before New Hampshire, we learn all about a "Saturday Night Live" invitation, the effort to get him to sit up straight for debates, and his uncanny resemblance to a beagle.