In Monrovia, she could not find a hospital to get her son vaccinated.
“I feel sad he be going to jail, even though he committed atrocities,” says Paye Sendolo, 42, from Monrovia.
They have no jobs or place in our world; their only means of survival is begging in front of supermarkets in Monrovia.
Yeah, like Kathmandu and Monte Carlo, Maine and Monrovia, Harold had been to Vegas before.
And presumably they are stable enough for the 5,000-mile flight from Monrovia to Atlanta.
In the course of time, he withdrew somewhat from activity in Los Angeles and became a heavy investor in property at Monrovia.
Lott Cary had 45 scholars enrolled in his school at Monrovia.
He did not like Monrovia, either, and tried several other ports before being told that he would have to get off, anyway.
I know of no place where the Sabbath seems to be more respected than in Monrovia.'
She made trips as often as she could between Redding and Monrovia.
African nation, begun as a resettlement project of freed American slaves in 1816 by the American Colonization Society, the name chosen by society member and U.S. senator Robert Goodloe Harper (1765-1825) from Latin liber "free" (see liberal).
Note: The American Colonization Society began settlement of black Americans, most of them freed slaves, in 1822. Eventually, 15,000 blacks emigrated to Liberia.
Note: A civil war that commenced in 1989 and that lasted until the mid-1990s claimed more than 150,000 lives.