Boyoma Falls

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Boyoma Falls

(bɔɪˈəʊmə)
pl n
(Placename) a series of seven cataracts in the NE Democratic Republic of Congo, on the upper River Congo: forms an unnavigable stretch of 90 km (56 miles), which falls 60 m (200 ft). Former name: Stanley Falls
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Bo•yo′ma Falls′

(bɔˈyoʊ mə)
n.pl.
seven cataracts of the Lualaba River where it becomes the Zaire (Congo) River, in the NE Democratic Republic of the Congo, S of Kisangani.
Formerly, Stanley Falls.
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