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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 25 Somaliland 16145781911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 25 — Somaliland SOMALILAND, a country of East Africa, so named
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 14 Somaliland by Alexandre Le Roy 106710Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 14 SomalilandAlexandre Le Roy A triangular-shaped
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  • 15 — Jibuti JIBUTI (Djibouti), the chief port and capital of French Somaliland, in 11° 35′ N., 43° 10′ E. Jibuti is situated at the entrance to and on
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  • colony of Obok, now merged in the French Somali coast protectorate (see Somaliland: French). The port is separated from the open sea by coral reefs, but
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  • Volume 3 — Berbera BERBERA, chief town and principal port of the British Somaliland protectorate, North-East Africa, 155 m. S. of Aden, in 10° 26′ N., 45° 4′ E
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  • N N E. of Harrar. Zaila is the most western of the ports of the British Somaliland protectorate, being 170 m. N W of Berbera by the coast caravan track.
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  • commonly known as Waller’s gazelle (Lithocranius walleri), and ranging from Somaliland to Kilimanjaro. The long neck and limbs, coupled with peculiarities in
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  • approximately, by a line between Cape Guardafui, the north-east point of Somaliland, and Cape Comorin in India. It has two important branches—at the south-west
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  • Britannica, Volume 18 — Mukdishu MUKDISHU (Magodoxo), a seaport of Italian Somaliland, East Africa, in 2° 1' N., 45° 24' E. It is built on the sandy coast which
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  • Africa, S.E. and E. by the British, Italian and French possessions in Somaliland and on the Red Sea. The coast lands held by European powers, which cut
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  • from the Yemen in the 7th century of the Christian era. In the region of Somaliland, now the western part of the British protectorate of that name, the Arabs
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  • 42° and 51° 16' E. long. It comprises the whole territory of Italian Somaliland, the area of which is a little more than 192,800 square miles, or nearly
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  • mountain-antelope (Oreotragus saltator), ranging from the Cape through East Africa to Somaliland and Abyssinia, and characterized by its blunt rounded hoofs, thick pithy
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  • Islands Prefecture Apostolic of Southern Solomon Islands Diocese of Solsona Somaliland Somaschi Thomas Somerset Religious Song Songish Indians Franciscus Sonnius
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  • authority. The Afars are also found in considerable numbers in French Somaliland. They have a saying "Guns are only useful to frighten cowards." They were
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  • since. In May of 1991, northern clans declared an independent Republic of Somaliland that now includes the administrative regions of Awdal, Woqooyi Galbeed
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  • Ivory Coast, Dahomey, Upper Senegal and the Niger region, besides French Somaliland on the Gulf of Aden, at the foot of the Red Sea. The government and
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  • Somaliland
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  • Highlanders. Served N.W. Frontier, India, 1897-1898; South Africa, 1899-1900; Somaliland, 1903-1904; British Mission to Fez, 1905. Editor of The Science of War
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  • colony is bounded inland by the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, Abyssinia and French Somaliland. It consists of the coast lands lying between the capes named and of part
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