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Iringa is a city in Tanzania with a population of 112,900. It is situated at a latitude of 7.77°S and longitude of 35.69°E. The name is derived from the Hehe word lilinga, meaning fort.
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Cape Town to Mombasa by Ted Jones & Emma Selig Jones
Iringa is a remote African village, a market center and favored resting place for travelers on the Great North Road. When we left lusaka early on a December morning we had no idea as to what might lie ahead. From our maps and local rumors ...
Stories of Disability and Illness by Sheryl Feinstein, Nicole C. D'Errico
Iringa is a good town, it is not busy like Dar or isolated like villages, it is just right. The rainy season just ended, everyone loves the rain because we know it means water for our crops, it is life. Everywhere it is green and people are happy.
A Comparative Analysis by Tatiana S. Manolova, Candida G. Brush, Linda F. Edelman, Alicia Robb, Friederike Welter
Iringa is a city in the South, and was selected because it hosts the largest national park in Tanzania – the Ruaha national park. We adopted a “snowballing ” strategy for locating relevant women entrepreneurs in the tourism industry, where ...
The Anthropological Review (1870)
A Quarterly Journal of Anthropological Science and Literature
Iringa means a “sign" or “token”. The truth of the statement in the text would seem to follow, moreover, from the fact, that the figure is sacred only after it has undergone certain ceremonies at the hands of a priest. ' Genesis xxx, 33. 1- Even if ...
The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Spencer C. Tucker
Iringa, Battle of Start Date: September 1916 End Date: October ...
by Stephen Pope, Elizabeth-Anne Wheal
Iringa, BattleofMain engagementon the secondary southern front of the Allied1916 offensive in German ...
by Bo Beolens, Michael Watkins, Michael Grayson
of Iringa, Tanzania. The describers state that this family has been very supportive of scientific and conservation efforts within Tanzania. The shrew oc- curs in the ...
by Shatrughna Prasad Sinha
In East Africa, inselbergs are abundant in the Nwanza area of Malawi; on the central plateau of Tanzania, where the Wambengeta hill, 30 km north-west of Iringa, rises more than 450 m above the plain; near Sinda in eastern Zambia; and near ...
Revised and Expanded Edition by Stanley M. Burgess, Eduard M. van der Maas
from Zambia and Malawi who crossed the border and started churches in the southern highlands among the Nyakusa people, this group is mostly located between Mbeya and Iringa.
by P M Ryan
hang, suspend iri kākahuclothes rack,coat-hanger iriiringa baptism iringa koti coat rack, coathanger iringatau wax- eye ...
by Scott Elias, Cary Mock
Two sitesinTanzania – DamaSwamp, Iringa(Mumbi et al., 2008), and Deva Deva (Figure4;Finch et al., 2009) from withinthe biodiversity hotspot of the Eastern Arcmountains– also helpcast light on thevalidity of the refugium hypothesis.
To which is Added a Selection of Colloquial Sentences by William Williams
Iriiringa, s. Baptism. Iringa, s. Act of hanging up. Irirangi, s. A voice from heaven ; a voice from a deity.
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