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  • The World Factbook (1982) by the Central Intelligence Agency The Gambia 1973786The World Factbook (1982) — The Gambiaby the Central Intelligence Agency
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  • edition1911 In the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Gambia might refer to: The river Gambia, which flows westward into the Atlantic The Gambia dependency of
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  • Volume 11 Gambia (river) 16371791911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 11 — Gambia (river) {IAIIBIA, an important river of West Africa, and the only river
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  • Britannica, Volume 11 Gambia (colony) 16371701911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 11 — Gambia (colony) GAMBIA, the most northerly of the British West African
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  • The Security Council, Having examined the application of the Gambia for admission to the United Nations, Recommends to the General Assembly that the Gambia
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  • Gambia, The 7996CIA World Fact Book, 2004 — Gambia, The                 This page was last updated on 1 January 2003 This is a snapshot of the
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  • Confederal Document of Senegambia (category The Gambia)
    THE REPUBLIC OF THE GAMBIA AND THE REPUBLIC OF SENEGAL CONCERNING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SENEGAMBIA CONFEDERATION THE REPUBLIC OF THE GAMBIA and
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  • century by the Norman Jehan Prunaut was brought to an end by the troubles of the Hundred Years' War. Portuguese caravels first appeared off Gambia and Sierra
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  • section 104 of the AGOA and section 506A(a)(1) of the 1974 Act, I have determined that the Republic of The Gambia (The Gambia) meets the eligibility requirements
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  • of the Gambia River, is described as originally of Beechmount, near Limerick. The Lloyds of Beechmount were, according to Burke, a branch of the family
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  • about 50 m. beyond the river, are next treated with equal wealth of interesting detail, and Cadamosto thence proceeded towards the Gambia, which he ascended
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  • 1844. He was called to the Irish bar in 1838, and to the English in 1840. From 1843 to 1847 he was Chief Justice of the Gambia, and then Governor until
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  • term used to denote the region between the rivers Senegal and Gambia on the west coast of Africa. The country south of the Gambia as far as Sierra Leone
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  • out the project of reaching the Niger by way of the Gambia and to visit Houssa and Timbuctoo were accepted. He left England 16 Oct. 1790, reached the Gambia
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  • the British settlements on the Gambia. While holding that post he conducted several exploring expeditions, opening up the interior of Africa from the
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  • to the north of the Gambia the coast-line is much broken by the archipelago of islands formed by the Salum estuary, whilst south of the Gambia is the broad
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  • Taipei Declaration 2007 (category The Gambia)
    Njie-Saidy, Vice President of the Republic of The Gambia, accepted the invitation by H.E. Chen Shui-bian, President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) (hereinafter
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  • Australia, was the son of Robert Fitzgerald, of Kilkee, county Clare, and entered the royal navy in 1809. He was Governor of the Gambia from 1844 to 1847
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  • ago the Empire of Mali was founded by the ancestors of this people in the Upper Niger region, and under King Musa (1311-31) it covered the Gambia and
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  • was appointed in 1730 by the Royal African Company of England a writer at James Fort on James Island in the river Gambia. In January 1732 he was promoted
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