OTHER WORDS FROM Sudanesepro-Su·da·nese, adjective, noun, plural pro·-Su·da·nese.
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Asim Elhag, an independent Sudanese researcher who studies conflict in Africa, has seen Toyota Land Cruisers retrofitted with anti-aircraft guns.Even Toyota seemed to know that the Taliban would take Kabul|Samanth Subramanian|August 16, 2021|Quartz
Olanlege, who is Nigerian and Sudanese, used a similar strategy in her winning speech at Harvard, directly challenging her audience over the uninformed questions she gets about Africa.‘I’m Going to Say It From the Heart.’ America’s Reckoning on Race Has Come to High School Speech and Debate|Brian Seto McGrath|December 25, 2020|Time
So we will want to discuss with the Sudanese possibilities for durable solutions so that they can get opportunities for work in Sudan.Ethiopia’s unfolding humanitarian crisis, explained by a top aid official|Jen Kirby|December 3, 2020|Vox
Ibrahim made clear to Deputy Dennis Meyer that his daughter was a respectful and dutiful girl of Sudanese extraction.
Perry and others seem to completely diminish the agency of South Sudanese in their own history.
Supporting the South Sudanese people is one thing, but supporting the government is another.
Sudanese officials recently noted that the verdict was not final.
Many South Sudanese government and opposition leaders hold U.S. or Canadian citizenship.Before There’s a Genocide: The Slaughter in South Sudan Must Stop|Justine Fleischner, John Prendergast|April 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Jenne taught the Sudanese the art of commercial navigation, and her fleets penetrated beyond Timbuctoo and the Kong country.
Timbuctoo is the meeting place, says an old Sudanese chronicle, of all who travel by camel or canoe.
Germany has, in common with the little Sudanese state of Wadai, an influential and dangerous position.Influences of Geographic Environment|Ellen Churchill Semple
The unreliable nature of the Sudanese was a constant source of anxiety to him, and enhanced the critical situation.
The bravery of the English in advancing on Khartum with such a small number of men is always a source of wonder to the Sudanese.