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Definition of Mozambique

  • a republic on the southeastern coast of Africa on the Mozambique Channel; became independent from Portugal in 1975

How to use mozambique in a sentence. Mozambique pronunciation.

Then within a week, in walked the manager of the Mozambique Hotel-he had been stung with the fake International Express money-order-same Englishman, too, I believe.
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Then within a week, in walked the manager of the Mozambique Hotel - he had been stung with the fake International Express money-order - same Englishman, too, I believe.
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Many of them, according to Dr. S.P. Woodward, are no longer inhabitants of the contiguous sea, as, for example, Strombus bubonius, which is still living on the West Coast of Africa, and Cerithium procerum, found at Mozambique; others are Mediterranean species, as Pecten Jacobaeus and P. polymorphus.
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These countries are currently: The Bahamas, Benin, Botswana, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
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Economy Economy - overview: Before the peace accord of October 1992, Mozambique's economy was devastated by a protracted civil war and socialist mismanagement.
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Since then, Mozambique has undertaken a series of economic reforms.
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Albeit from a small base, Mozambique's economy grew at an annual 10% rate in 1997-99, one of the highest growth rates in the world.
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Surrounded by South Africa, except for a short border with Mozambique, Swaziland is heavily dependent on South Africa from which it receives four-fifths of its imports and to which it sends two-thirds of its exports.
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Before the peace accord of October 1992, Mozambique's economy was devastated by a protracted civil war and socialist mismanagement.
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Mozambique has received a formal cancellation of a large portion of its external debt through an IMF initiative and is scheduled to receive additional relief.
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It is also found in Madagascar, Mozambique, Ceylon, Hindoostan, and nearly all the tropical islands of the world.
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A current of a character similar to the Gulf Stream only not so strong is experienced along the east coast of Africa, from Mozambique to the Lagullas Bank, off the Cape of Good Hope.
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But there have been times when, in our blindness, we have failed to realise how great the task was to blockade 400 miles of this coast and to keep a watchful eye on Mozambique.
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The native runner that brought them the news from Mozambique also warned them of the German force that was hot foot in pursuit of them.
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But big game hunting, except a man hunts for a living, as do the elephant poachers in Mozambique or the Lado Enclave, soon loses its savour to white men after a time.
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It is true that there are marine tertiary formations on the coasts (around the Cape Colony, near the mouth of the Zambesi opposite Mozambique, and again on the coasts of Mombas opposite Zanzibar), and that these have been raised up into low-coast ranges, followed by rocks of igneous origin.
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These yămăneé are originally brought from the eastern coast of Africa, from and near Mombas (Mozambique), where they pass as money, like the cowries.
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On reaching the Kongone they saw no token of the _Pioneer_, but after waiting in great discomfort, tossing at the mouth of the river, the vessel made for Mozambique.
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Examples of Mozambique

Example #1
I made up my mind that it was the same Englishman in both cases.
Example #2
The bill on the table is one of the original ten, though since then scores have been put into circulation.
Example #3
I made up my mind that it was the same Englishman in both cases.
Example #4
The bill on the table is one of the original ten, though since then scores have been put into circulation.
Example #5
Our inability to explain the nature of the process is, perhaps, not simply owing to the inaccessibility of the subterranean regions where the mechanical force is exerted, but to the extreme slowness of the movement.
Example #6
Whether the analogous flexures in stratified rocks have really been due to similar sideway movements is a question which we can not decide by reference to our own observation.