- Ko·fi [koh-fee] /ˈkoʊ fi/, born 1938, Ghanaian diplomat: secretary-general of the United Nations 1997–2006.
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Annan is cloud in Hebrew so this army operation, amud annan, should be Pillar of Cloud.New Words For A New War
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Having Annan make his entreaties to the warring parties and to the major powers, like Russia, was never going to lead anywhere.Kofi Annan’s Exit: Why Obama Should Lead From Behind In Syria
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Accept the Annan Plan, and step into the peace and political process.Former East Timor President José Ramos-Horta’s Advice For Syrian Rebels
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Lavrov, however, continues to insist that the Annan Plan should be tweaked.
The real alternatives are the Annan plan or all-out civil war.
One summer morning, in 1806, his father took him to Annan Academy.
In 1814, Carlyle obtained the mathematical tutorship at Annan.
After leaving Annan, however, disaster at once overtook him.The Banshee
After spending a day here he proceeded to Annan, and thence to Dumfries.Robert Burns
There are academies at Dumfries, Annan, Moffat and other centres.
- Kofi (ˈkəʊfɪ). born 1938, Ghanaian international civil servant; secretary-general of the United Nations (1997–2007): Nobel peace prize 2001 with the UN
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