Maba

(from the article `Gambia, The, history of`) ...at home and in the Gambia foiled these plans. Complicating matters was the series of religious conflicts, called the Soninke–Marabout Wars, ...
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Maba

(from the article `Ouaddaï`) ...caravans linking the Sahara with equatorial Africa and by Muslim pilgrim routes from West Africa toward Mecca, Ouaddaï is an amalgam of cultural ... ...terrain, have resisted various invasions. On the plains surrounding the Hadjeray are the Bulala, Kuka, and the Midogo, who are sedentary peoples...
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Maba

Maba is a genus of tropical evergreen trees and shrubs belonging to the family Ebenaceae. They usually bear dioecious flowers, more or less campanulate in form.
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Maba

`` MABA: mario abel borbon acosta alumno del 64 mecanica muy guapo c: ...
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