Somali

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a member of a tall dark (mostly Muslim) people inhabiting Somalia

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the Cushitic language spoken by the Somali

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of or relating to the African republic of Somalia or its people or their language and culture

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Summary: The Somalian officials and community members gathered at their embassy to express their gratitude to the UAE leaders
In addition, we are planning micro projects - where Somalians would receive support to sustain
The cartoon titled 'Priorities' depicted three naked Somalians with distended stomachs clutching empty bowls.
The Prime Minister spent an hour meeting with members of the Somalian community at the Muath Centre in Camp Hill.
SOMALIAN asylum seeker and psychology student Marie Iqbal lived on the 17th floor of the Red Road flats for three years from 2002.
Aftab Jafferjee QC, prosecuting, said: "The upshot of the encounter between Carl Cadogan and the two young Somalians was that they ended up spitting at him.
HUNDREDS of mourners gathered at a Liverpool mosque to bid farewell to a Somalian teenager killed in a park.
He stressed that Somalians were entitled to vote if they possessed UK or EU citizenship and added that the Labour Party was also actively recruiting Somalians living in Birmingham.
It is thought that up to 16 Somalians brandishing an arsenal of weapons were involved in a fight on Monday night.
Eighteen Americans and hundreds of Somalians died in the incident.
President Clinton's ignorance and incompetence produced the 1993 massacre of American Army Special Forces and Rangers in Mogadishu, where they also massacred at least 800 Somalians in a single day.
The only Somalians here sell cheapo jewellery from a suitcase on Times Square.
The film contains many interviews with Somalians, most of whom are in favor of the procedure.
She opens readers' eyes to the dangerous third-world conditions endured by Somalians.