Ubangi


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U·ban·gi

 (yo͞o-băng′gē, o͞o-bäng′-)
A river of central Africa flowing about 1,125 km (700 mi) along the northwest border of the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the Congo River.

Ubangi

(juːˈbæŋɡɪ)
n
(Placename) a river in central Africa, flowing west and south, forming the border between the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic and Congo-Brazzaville, into the River Congo. Length (with the Uele): 2250 km (1400 miles). French name: Oubangui

U•ban•gi

(yuˈbæŋ gi, uˈbɑŋ-)

n.
a river in W central Africa, forming part of the boundary between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Central African Republic, flowing W and S into the Congo (Zaire) River. 700 mi. (1125 km) long.
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Specifically, the conference is expected to discuss and develop consensus on the different options to restore Lake Chad, including the Inter-Basin Water Transfer project from the Ubangi River in Central Africa to the Lake Chad.
Gwen, bad at Ubangi signa but a dab New Georgia hand, Edna hailed.
In the southern Ubangi and Mongala provinces, an offer of technical and vocational training, both formal and non-formal, responding to the region's employment and self-employment prospects, allows an increasing number of young people, boys And girls, to find or create sustainable employment after finishing this training.
The former French colony of Ubangi Shari became the Central African Republic after independence in 1960.
Over 100,000 of those have fled to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), which borders CAR via the Ubangi River.
Others will brave rebel and militia checkpoints to travel to Bangui from the rest of the country, and believers from neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo will cross the Ubangi River in pirogues to catch a glimpse of the pope.
WOODY PINES - Ubangi Stomp Club, Whelan's, [euro]12
Caption: A woman sells cassava on the banks of the Ubangi River near the border between the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo in February.
Ce village-hopital est situe a la lisiere de la foret equatoriale zairoise et a quelques kilometres de la riviere Ubangi, dans la zone rurale d'Abumonbazi en plein coeur du pays des Angbandi.
The gender system of the Ubangi languages Zande and Ma, for example, consists of four noun classes: Masculine, Feminine, Animal and Inanimate.
He never fully recovered, and he died in the Ubangi Shari aged 60 on 26 June 1932, not far from where he was buried near Yubo in the Sudan.
In Ubangi, a leaf-decoction is used in a hip-bath for piles, and a root-decoction is also drunk (15).