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MandingosMandingos Man*din"gos, n. pl.
; sing. Mandingo. (Ethnol.) An extensive and powerful tribe
of West African negroes.
Meaning of Mandingo from wikipedia
is a 1975 American historical drama
by Richard Fleischer
and starring James
King, and boxer-turned-actor...
- Mandinko, or Mandingo
to: the Mandinka people
of West Africa
the Mandingo people
of Sierra Leone
the Mandinka language Mandingo
is a novel
by Kyle Onstott, published
in 1957. The book is set in the 1830s in the antebellum South primarily around
Falconhurst, a fictional...
- The Mandingo
Wars were a series
from 1883 to 1898 between France
and the W****oulou Empire
of the Mandingo people
led by Samory
- retained their traditional religious
rites. One of the legends among
of western Africa
is that the general Tiramakhan Traore
led the migration...
of the Mandingo
language, tradition, culture
and food. The Mandingo constitute about
6.9% of Sierra
Leone's po****tion. The Mandingo
are over 99%...
is an American theatrical
by Jack Kirkland
on the 1957 novel
of the same name by Kyle Onstott. The novel
was in 1975 made...
: Kánkàn; N’ko: ߞߊ߲ߞߊ߲߫) is the largest
city in Guinea
in land area, and the third largest
in po****tion, with a po****tion of 190,722...
- K(a)-W(e)-Y(a) of the word Keita which
in (in what he called) Arabicised Mandingo language
Allah(u) Ka(w)eia meaning
All" as a favourable...
- plantation, where slaves
to the death
" fights. Schultz
and Django hatch
a plan. They know that if they offer...
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