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Synonyms for Cairo

a town at the southern tip of Illinois at the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers

the capital of Egypt and the largest city in Africa

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The Nile Boat in Cairo, Egypt is due to open at the end of 2016.
This new investment is in addition to a recent investment already started in Cairo, Egypt, during October 2014 with a capacity of 20,000 tons per year in Egypt.
2003 MFA, Painting and drawing department, Faculty of art Education, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt.
6A/18, Intersection 205 & 253 Degla, Maadi, Cairo, Egypt
Makram was born in Cairo, Egypt, daughter of Rashid and Nagla (Abagi) Haddad.
Summary: deVere and Partners, the world's largest independent international financial consultancy, today announced expansion of its global network into Cairo, Egypt.
Summary: A bomb attack in a tourist area of Cairo, Egypt, has killed one French tourist and wounded 20 other people.
Susan Watts, American University in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt
EGSMA, 1951, Report on the Prospecting Expedition in Wadi El Gemal Area, 1950-1951 (unpublished internal report): Egyptian Geological Survey and Mining Authority, Cairo, Egypt, 95 p.
Secretary of State Colin Powell remarks to the press in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2001
Once again both courses were conducted at the Egyptian Armaments Authority Headquarters m Cairo, Egypt.
Only three days after leaving San Diego, which included a full day working in the office, Marlene and I were in Cairo, Egypt, at the opening ceremony of the XVII World Congress of the International Federation of Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Societies (IFOS), with the Great Pyramids in the background.
A ROCK band thought they were due to play in Caerau, Wales - then discovered they were off to Cairo, Egypt.
The large-scale meeting of Arab leaders, to be held in Cairo, Egypt, June 21-23, would be the first since shortly after Iraq invaded Kuwait in August 1990, and the support voiced for it here underscored the depth of Arab apprehensions about Israel's new course.