East Africa

NOUN
  1. a geographical area in eastern Africa
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How To Use East Africa In A Sentence

  • Already well dispersed, they probably acquired iron technology around 500 C.E. On their route eastward, the Bantu speakers skirted the northern forest edge toward the interlacustrine region of East Africa. D. Africa, 500-1500
  • Chris went on to navigate for a variety of other drivers including Peter Banham on the East African Safari.
  • But was it a smallish movement into east Africa? Times, Sunday Times
  • One side effect of the New Order was the ending of a quadripartite agreement between East African Airways, BOAC, Central African Airways and South Africa Airways.
  • Sailors from all around the Indian Ocean went by the name 'lascar'East Africans, South Asians, Filipinos, Chinese, Malays. Amitav Ghosh discusses Sea of Poppies
  • Unlike most corporate high-flyers who choose to travel to east Africa for a short trip, Michael Carey wasn't going on safari.
  • Classifying soil according to its productive capacity has some precedence in most parts of East Africa where property rates are employed.
  • She visited Ethiopia and East Africa (Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya) in 1970, mainly in the search for plants used as herbal medicines and foods, in order to investigate the role of hepatotoxic plants in liver disorders. Regina Schoental.
  • There are, however, several other large species of Civettictis-like viverrids known from East Africa in the Plio-Pleistocene and this specimen could be related to one of them.
  • daringly, he set out on a camping trip in East Africa
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