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Origin of Liberia
OTHER WORDS FROM LiberiaLi·be·ri·an, adjective, nounpro-Li·be·ri·an, adjective, nountrans-Li·be·ri·an, adjective
Words nearby Liberia
Example sentences from the Web for Liberia
Liberia is awaiting results of Tuesday’s referendum to reduce the length of presidential terms from six to five years.
Liberia, one of Africa’s smallest economies, has seen a rapid growth in mobile users over the last decade, but its regulators are stuck in an ongoing pricing battle with two of the region’s largest telecoms companies in the world.In Liberia, consumers and phone companies are both upset over rising mobile bills|Dounard Bondo|October 11, 2020|Quartz
The moment we heard that there was this new disease in China, we knew there was no chance that we wouldn’t get the disease in Liberia.
Our initial strategy was to prevent covid from coming into Liberia.
In Liberia, the number is just over 54 percent—Sierra Leone, 67 percent.
Neighboring Guinea and Liberia, said WHO, were presenting evidence of a decrease in cases.
Liberia, once the hot zone, now reports 7,719 cases, while Guinea has 2,283.
“We are it,” Davis says when I ask if the military has a plan for how to get an infected American service member out of Liberia.
The two American humanitarian workers infected with Ebola in Liberia were fighting for their lives.
This Extract will make a convenient statistic reference for matters concerning Liberia.
We certainly do intend to deal fairly with Liberia, and give the reader every information that may tend to enlighten them.
He first went to Liberia as a teacher, supported by a society of ladies in New York.
The land needed for the accommodation of the school was given by the government of Liberia.
But in this, we were disappointed—grievously disappointed, and proceed to show in short, our objections to Liberia.