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  • account migration between Cameroon and from Chad during recent years Nationality: noun—Chadian(s); adjective—Chadian Ethnic divisions: some 200 distinct ethnic
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  • CIA World Fact Book, 2004 Chad 7959CIA World Fact Book, 2004 — Chad                 This page was last updated on 1 January 2003 This is a snapshot
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  • — Bornu BORNU, a country in the Central Sudan, lying W. and S. of Lake Chad. It is bounded W. and S. by the Hausa states and N. by the Sahara. Formerly
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  • military operations in northern Chad's Aozou Strip - to gain access to minerals and to use as a base of influence in Chadian politics - but was forced to
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  • are Wolof, Fula, Serer, Mandingo and Arabic. The river Senegal marks the line of separation between Wolof and Arabic. Fula is the language of the Fula and
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  • yams, plantains and limes. The acacia tree is common, and from it gum-arabic of good quality is obtained. From the nut of the horse-radish tree ben oil
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  • off from the For some centuries back, have now much Arab blood, and speak Arabic; while the Tunjur are an Arab tribe which must have arrived in the Sudan
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  • Sudan 16163421911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 26 — Sudan SUDAN (Arabic Bilad-es-Sudan, country of the blacks), that region of Africa which stretches
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  • existence, while in the semidesert regions the acacia (whence is obtained gum-arabic) is abundant. The more humid regions have a richer vegetation –dense forest
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  • formed a plan to journey through the Mediterranean countries. After studying Arabic in London he set out on his travels in 1845. From Tangier he made his way
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  • Oollah,’ 1799, 3 vols. 8vo, and by ‘Tales, Anecdotes, and Letters from the Arabic and Persian,’ 1809, 8vo. The last includes a number of tales translated
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  • Ptolemy we likewise obtain the same information, which is repeated by the Arabic geographers, obviously from Ptolemy, and not from actual observation. When
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  • Tunis, where he found a lucrative practice, and obtained a knowledge of the Arabic language, and of the manners and customs of the people, that proved useful
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  • translated into Arabic at Bagdad by order of the enlightened caliph Al-Mamūm, who was himself an astronomer, about 827 a.d., and the Arabic translation was
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  • By way of preparation he devoted himself for some months to the study of Arabic, under the tuition of Joseph Churi, a Maronite educated at Rome, and in
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  • President of the Central African Republic 10. The President of the Republic of Chad 11. The President of the Islamic Federal Republic of the Comoros 12. The
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  • the home it found in the schools of the “unbelievers” of the “dark ages.” Arabic philosophy, medicine, natural history, geography, history, grammar, rhetoric
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  • inspired by Arabic, which has produced a voluminous collection of works in prose and poetry. Persian, after being itself transformed by Arabic, has in its
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  • indigenous beliefs 25%, Christian 5% (mostly in south and Khartoum) Languages: Arabic (official), Nubian, Ta Bedawie, diverse dialects of Nilotic, Nilo-Hamitic
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  • century; there is also a large collection of Jain MSS. The Arabic library attached to the Arabic department of the Madrasa was founded about 1781, and now
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