africans

[ af-ri-kuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF africans

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFRICANS

And there were on that estate, alone, over two hundred Africans, he was able to tell us.

Well; I understood it had something to do with the Africans.

We are Africans by descent and Americans both by birth and adoption.

Which is not the only paradox connected with the descendants of Africans of which I have heard.

Africans could take such a climate—with night-relief quarters.

It is believed they are the only Africans yet known who live in trees.

Only the officer held his own, for he was now forging ahead of the Africans.

I re-elect the General to give away my wine to Africans and manufacturers?

From first to last Mauritius has been the tomb of more than a million of Africans.

This, however, did not prevent the Africans from tying him like the others.