Zulu

HMS Zulu was a British Tribal Class destroyer of 1870 tons displacement launched in 1937 and sunk during the Second World War. HMS Zulu was powered by three Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 36.5 knots and carried a crew of 190. She was armed with eight 4.7 inch dual-purpose guns; seven smaller guns and four 21-inch torpedo tub
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Zulu

[musician] ZULU aka MC ZULU (born Dominique Rowland) is a Chicago-based Panamanian dancehall reggae singer. ==Biography== Rowland was born in Panama to parents who were in the U.S. military, and moved to Chicago in the 1980s, where his schoolmates gave him the nickname `Zulu`. Zulu began his career as a producer of house music, and undergro
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Zulu

[n] - a member of the tall Negroid people of southeast Africa living in northern Natal 2. [n] - a Bantu language of considerable literary importance in southeastern Africa
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Zulu

Member of a group of southern African peoples mainly from Kwa Zulu-Natal, South Africa. They are traditionally agriculturalists. The Zulu language, closely related to Xhosa, belongs to the Bantu...
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Zulu

Zu'lu noun [ Also Zooloo .] 1. Any member of the tribe of Zulus; a Zulu- Kaffir. See Zulus . 2. (Philol.) One of the most important members of the South African, or Bantu, family of languages, spoken partly in Natal and partly in Zululand, but understood, and more o
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zulu

<ethnology> The most important tribe belonging to the Kaffir race. They inhabit a region on the southeast coast of Africa, but formerly occupied a much more extensive country. They are noted for their warlike disposition, courage, and military skill. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Zulu

noun a Bantu language of considerable literary importance in southeastern Africa
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Zulu

noun a member of the tall Negroid people of southeast Africa living in northern Natal
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Zulu

• (n.) Any member of the tribe of Zulus; a Zulu-Kaffir. See Zulus. • (n.) One of the most important members of the South African, or Bantu, family of languages, spoken partly in Natal and partly in Zululand, but understood, and more or less in use, over a wide territory, at least as far north as the Zambezi; -- called also Zulu-Kaffir.Zul
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Zulu

a nation of Nguni-speaking people in KwaZulu/Natal province, South Africa. They are a branch of the southern Bantu and have close ethnic, linguistic, ... [20 related articles]
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Zulu

Zulu is a French boy name. The meaning of the name is `Peace, Heavenly` The name Zulu doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Zulu seems to be unique!
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Zulu

[film] The film was directed by blacklisted American screenwriter Cy Endfield and produced by Stanley Baker and Endfield, with Joseph E. Levine as executive producer. The screenplay is by John Prebble and Endfield, based on an article by Prebble, a historical writer. The film stars Stanley Baker and Michael Caine, in his first starring role
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Zulu

Zulu is derogatory slang for a black person.
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Zulu

Zulu is derogatory slang for a black person.
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Zulu

The Zulu are a tribe of cow-tending, fierce but loyal and honourable Bantu people of South Africa. The Zulu are renowned for their skill at warfare, their bravery and their honour and respect for other brave soldiers and warriors.
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Zulu

Zulu is a war drama starring Stanley Baker, Michael Caine, Jack Hawkins and James Booth in the true story of the British garrison at Rourke's Drift withstanding an attack by overwhelming Zulus during the Zulu war. Zulu was directed by Cy Endfield in 1964.
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Zulu

Click images to enlargeMember of a group of southern African peoples mainly from Kwa Zulu-Natal, South Africa. They are traditionally agriculturalists. The Zulu language, closely related to Xhosa, belongs to the Bantu branch of the Niger-Congo family. Many Zulus are supporters of the political organization Inkatha...
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Zulu

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] Greenwich meantime, also Z company, 45 Commando Royal Marines (RN)
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Zulu

[song] "Zulu" is a 1981 dance single by British band, The Quick. "Zulu" was their most successful of three singles the group placed on the dance chart. The single went to number one for two weeks in October 1981. "Zulu" also peaked at number sixty on the R&B singles chart. ...
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Zulu

[disambiguation] New data reported. --COIBot (talk) 15:02, 28 October 2010 (UTC) New data reported. --COIBot (talk) 13:40, 2 November 2010 (UTC) ...
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Zulu

After a rugger scores his/her first official try, some form of the zulu tradition is supposed to take place. Most commonly, that rugger is responsible for running a lap completely naked around the outside of wherever the post-match gathering is taking place, while observers pour their drinks all over the rugger. Other variations include stripping d
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ZULU

Equivalent to UTC or Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
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Zulu

Used worldwide for times of flight operations, formerly Greenwich Mean Time, now Co-ordinated Universal Time (UTC). (for example
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