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Gêba

[gey-buh; Portuguese zhe-bah] /ˈgeɪ bə; Portuguese ˈʒɛ bɑ/
noun
1.
a river in W Africa, flowing N from NW Guinea-Bissau to the Atlantic Ocean. About 190 miles (305 km) long.
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  • One rock rose up north of Michmash, and the other south of geba.

    The Children's Bible Henry A. Sherman
  • They have passed through the Pass; "Let geba be our bivouac."

  • The one crag rose up on the north in front of Michmash, and the other on the south in front of geba.

    The Bible Story Rev. Newton Marshall Hall
  • The first blow was struck at the town of geba: what followed at once?

    Heroes of Israel Theodore Gerald Soares
  • We went down to the gardens and pasture-land, and stopped to rest at the Village of geba, which hangs on the side of the mountain.

    The Lands of the Saracen Bayard Taylor

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