Sierra Leone

NOUN
  1. a republic in West Africa; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1961
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How To Use Sierra Leone In A Sentence

  • the Bantu population of Sierra Leone
  • Working in Sierra Leone, she found horrific decay among the children whose teeth she examined.
  • An estimated 400 000 people have fled into neighbouring Sierra Leone, Guinea and Ivory Coast and have been languishing in refugee camps, the sites of frequent unrest.
  • It applies from Somalia to Kosovo to Sierra Leone - that the peacekeeping force must be prepared to replace the governmental structure that has collapsed.
  • The two largest include the 1.3 million Temne (Sierra Leone) and 1.2 million Serere-Sine (Senegal). Survey of West Africa: Peoples Summarized
  • In 2002, five women are discovered barbarously murdered in Sierra Leone. The Devil's Feather by Minette Walters: Book summary
  • It is combined with different meats, gumbos, greens, and sauces, many still prepared and eaten according to the old traditions, although, unlike in Sierra Leone, pork or bacon is a frequent addition.
  • The Times further reported, "lawyers say such a declaration allows for the joining of the court on an ad-hoc basis and has been allowed before in the case of Sierra Leone, which is not a member. Kristen Breitweiser: Just Desserts -- Sweetening President Obama on Why We Need a Truth Commission
  • We realized very quickly that Moammar Gadhafi was involved in setting up and creating the conditions by which the Sierra Leonean civil war kicked off in March of 1991. Former Special Court Prosecutor Once Considered Indicting Gadhafi
  • On February 9, Sierra Leonean President H.E. Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma met with Ambassador Kuang Weilin at State House.
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