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Urundi

(ʊˈrʊndɪ)
n
(Placename) the former name (until 1962) of Burundi
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U•run•di

(ʊˈrun di)

n.
former name of Burundi.
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Watt tries to place his history of independent Burundi within a longer history dating from formation of the kingdom of Urundi in the seventeenth century.
He also provided provisional records of hybotinus from 'Urundi' (= Burundi) and the Garamba National Park (DR Congo) and a key to the eight 'Ethiopian' (= Afrotropical) species known to him (harlequini, hyalipennis, hybotinus, nigripennis, nitidus, penicillatus, pollinosus, superciliatus--hyalipennis being transferred from Rhipidocephala Hermann, 1926).
Les acarines des familles Epidermoptidae et Rhinonyssidae parasites des fosses nasales D'oiseaux au Ruanda - Urundi et au Congo Belge.
The group employed a similar strategy with U gand a and B urundi in 20 10 before and after al-Shabab carried out two "martyrdom operations" in Kampala in June of that year.