tanga

(from the article `coin`) ...silver coins of the Umayyad type. The coinage of the Ghrid dynasty of northwest Afghanistan and its successors from the 12th century onward is ...
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Tanga

noun a port city in northeastern Tanzania on the Indian Ocean
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Tanga

[clothing] A tanga is a pair of briefs consisting of small panels connected by strings at the sides. ...
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Tanga

[currency] The Tanga was legal currency in Tajikistan between 10 May 1995 and 29 October 2000 and was worth one hundredth of a Tajikistani ruble. No coins or banknotes were ever issued denominated in Tanga. In January 1997 the exchange rate was 350 Tajikistani rubles per US dollar, making one Tanga worth just under 0.003 US cents. ...
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Tanga

Tanga (täng'gu, –gä) , city (1994 est. pop. 190,000), capital of Tanga prov., NE Tanzania, a port on the Indian Ocean. It is a commercial, industrial, and transportation center, connected by rail with the interior of Tanzania. Exports include sisal, cotton, tea, and coffee. Among...
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