He was attended by a medical staff wearing much the same protective gear he had worn treating Ebola patients in Guinea.
“Not everyone is online, most especially in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea,” Ibrahim told The Daily Beast.
With zero new patients in weeks, the region bordering both Sierra Leone and Guinea has been declared virtually Ebola-free.
Yvon Guilavogui has four children living amidst an Ebola epidemic in his native Guinea.
Another time he fed me and Paul a dinner of Guinea fowl and Barbancourt rum.
It's the Guinea I can't quite remember about for the moment.
The constable drove on, talking on, garrulous as a Guinea hen.
Before half-past two, he had lost every Guinea of his treasure.
A Guinea is 34 shillings, on account of its convenience for exchange for goods.
Games of chance are traps to catch school-boy novices and gaping country squires, who begin with a Guinea and end with a mortgage.
former British coin, 1660s, from Guinea, region along the west coast of Africa, presumably from an African word (perhaps Tuareg aginaw "black people"); the 20-shilling coins so called because they were first minted for British trade with Guinea (but soon in domestic use) and with gold from Africa. The original guinea (in use from 1663 to 1813) was based on the value of gold and by 1695 it was worth 30 shillings. William III then fixed its value at 21 shillings, 6 pence in 1698. The extra 6 pence were lopped off in December 1717.
The Guinea hen (1570s) is a domestic fowl imported from there. Guinea "derogatory term for Italian" (1896) was originally Guinea Negro (1740s) and meant "black person, person of mixed ancestry." It was applied to Italians c.1890 probably because of their dark complexions relative to northern Europeans, and after 1911 was occasionally applied to Hispanics and Pacific Islanders as well. New Guinea was so named 1546 by Spanish explorer Inigo Ortiz de Retes in reference to the natives' dark skin and tightly curled hair.
Republic in west Africa, bordered by Guinea-Bissau, Senegal, and Mali to the north; Ivory Coast to the east; Liberia to the south; and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. Its capital and largest city is Conarky.
Note: Guinea was once part of the Mali empire.
Note: It became independent of France in 1958.
: a tough Ginney bootlegger
[perhaps fr contemptuous association with the outdated term Guinea Negro, ''black slave from the Guinea coast'']