OTHER WORDS FROM GambiaGam·bi·an, adjective, noun
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US-owned Africell, which has 12 million mobile subscribers in countries such as Gambia, Uganda, DRC and Sierra Leone, this week secured a $105 million loan facility from a group of financiers led by Gemcorp, it said in a statement.Here is what Africa’s telecom sector is doing with its booming global funding|Tawanda Karombo|June 10, 2021|Quartz
For instance, of all the countries that signed the Paris climate accord, only Gambia has a plan in place to actually reach its carbon-reduction targets.
As a result, peanut soup became part of Virginia’s culinary heritage, with that region’s version being directly derived from maafe, a peanut soup eaten by the Wolof people of Senegal and Gambia, according to culinary historian Michael Twitty.This vegan soup gathers greens, grains and peanut butter in one spicy bowl|Aaron Hutcherson|January 7, 2021|Washington Post
Liberia, under former soccer star George Weah, and Gambia could be next.
The members of Ama Comedy are planning their next video to feature a hypothetical debate during Gambia’s 2021 presidential elections.
A second document was titled: “Gambia Reborn: A Charter for Transition from Dictatorship to Democracy and Development.”
Faal told the FBI that his group was trying “restore democracy to The Gambia and improve the lives of its people.”
The Amazon biography for an author named Papa Faal mentions both Gambia and lists a military record that matches the FBI report.
The various members met for the first time when they traveled to Gambia at the beginning of December to carry out their plan.
But those strands of his identity are all wound around the conspiracy that led him back to Gambia for the first time in 23 years.
Tell him I'm not "called" yet: certainly not called to Gambia.
A new species of mahogany has been lately introduced in cabinet-work, which is commonly called Gambia.
It is this which induces me to place them in the same section with the more civilized Africans of the Gambia.
Of the two settlements, already mentioned, the Gambia is the most deadly; though Sierra Leone has the worst name.
South of the Gambia and north of the Pongos, the Mandingo tongues, though spoken in the interior, do not reach the coast.