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Synonyms for Comoros

a country on the Comoro Islands

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Poisson (1959) later recorded the species from the Comoro Islands, listing specimens from Moheli, Anjouan, and Grand Comore.
Dr Said Hassani Mohammed, who resides in Mbachile in Grande Comores and who is a senior lecturer at Comoros University says that wide ranging reforms, all undertaken after 2011, are the driver of the change in Comoros.
The remaining three islands are Grande Comore (Ngazidja), Moheli (Mwali) and Anjouan (Ndzuani), which form the independent state l'Union des Comores (Republique Federale Islamique des Comores prior to December 2001).
Le cas de l'ecthyma en Republique Federale Islamique des Comores.
The vector for HBA group 3 the disease is present in South Africa Dengue virus For decades not evident in South (Flaviviridae) Africa, Namibia or areas immediately HBA group 3 bordering South Africa Outbreaks have been reported on the east coast from Ethiopia to Mozambique and the Comores and Seychelles Chikungunya Restricted to the tropical corridor in virus South Africa (Togaviridae) HBA group 3 Rift Valley Occurs in all provinces of South Africa fever virus and neighbouring countries Very common (Bunyaviridae) in Zimbabwe HBA group 3
In Flore de Madagascar et des Comores (Plantes vasculaires), Edited by H.
Operational restrictions were placed on Air Bangladesh and Air Service Comores.
In 2006 authorities on Grand Comores barred the nongovernmental organization (NGO) Who Will Follow Me?
17 pays ont deja ratifie ce Protocole a savoir le Benin, le Cap Vert, les Comores, le Djibouti, la Gambie, la Libye, le Lesotho, le Mail, le Malawi, le Mozambique, la Mauritanie, la Namibie, le Nigeria, le Rwanda, l'Afrique du Sud, le Senegal et le Togo.
Dean is a native of South African, where a green approach to business is second nature and moved to Liverpool four months ago after working in the Comores, a small chain of islands near Madagascar.
Popularly known as Pygeum, the Prunus is a large evergreen tree that grows in the high mountain areas of Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, DRCongo, Kenya, Tanzania, Madagascar, Malawi, Uganda, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Comores, and the islands of Sao Tome and Fernando Poo.
Ratification du Protocole a la Charte africaine des droits de l'homme et des peuples relatif aux droits des femmes en Afrique: les Comores, la Libye et le Rwanda en tete de peloton
In calling for Europe's airline blacklist to become transparent, France says that two airlines, Air Koryo (North Korea) and Continental Wings Comores Airlines (Comores), are currently banned from flying to, or over, France for security reasons.
The agreement will enable Insignia to extend its representation throughout South and Sub-Saharan Africa, including the Indian Ocean Islands of Madagascar, Seychelles, Mauritius and Comores.