Lagos

[n] - chief port and economic center of Nigeria
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Lagos

state, southwestern Nigeria, on the coast of the Bight of Benin. It is bounded by the state of Ogun to the north and east, by the Bight of Benin to ... [3 related articles]
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Lagos

city and chief port, Lagos state, Nigeria. Until 1975 it was the capital of Lagos state, and until December 1991 it was the federal capital of ... [3 related articles]
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Lagos

The Lagos was a Portuguese fishery protection vessel of 300 tons displacement launched in 1927. The Faro was powered by one Yarrow boiler providing a top speed of 13 knots and a range of 3200 km at 7.5 knots. She carried a complement of 55 and was armed with two 47 mm guns.
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Lagos

Lagos (lā'gos, lä'gôs) , city (1991 est. pop. 1,274,000), SW Nigeria, on the Gulf of Guinea. It comprises the island of Lagos. Lagos is Nigeria's largest city, its administrative and economic center, and its chief port. Industries include railroad repair, motor vehicle assem...
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Lagos

Lagos (lä'goosh) , city (1991 pop. 12,956), Faro dist., S Portugal, in Algarve, on the Atlantic Ocean. The excellent harbor shelters much coastwise trade and an important sardine and tuna fishing fleet. Sancho I with the help of bands of Crusaders captured (1189) the city from the Moors; in...
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Lagos

Chief port and former capital of Nigeria, located at the western end of an island in a lagoon and linked by bridges with the mainland via Iddo Island; population (2007 est) 9,229,900. Industries include chemicals, metal products, vehicle assembly, textiles, fish, food processing, light engineering, pharmaceuticals, and brewing. Its surrounding ...
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Lagos

Lagos (s s {respell|LAY|gos}), a port and the most populous city in Nigeria, is the second fastest-growing city in Africa and the seventh in the world. The population of Lagos according to the Lagos State Government, was 17.5 million. These figures are however disputed by the Nigerian Government and judged unreliable by the National Population Com...
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Lagos

[jewelry] Lagos is a privately held American jewelry company. Founded by Steven Lagos in 1977, the brand is known for its jewelry craftsmanship and the proprietary design technique of textured caviar-like beading. The company has offices in New York and Bangkok with its corporate headquarters in Philadelphia. LAGOS is sold in over 300 store...
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Lagos

The named after the city of the same DOC area is located in the region Algarve deep in the south Portugal, It includes the city district areas of Aljezur, Lagos and Sagres. The strong alcoholic red and white wines are made from the native varieties Boal Branco, Negra Mole ( Negramoll ) and Periquita ( Castelão Francês ) pressed.
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