Adamawa sentence example

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  • in a general east to west direction from its source in the mountains of Adamawa.
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  • This part of the protectorate is known as Adamawa.
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  • They brought horses and horned cattle, unknown in these regions until then, and they founded well-organized states, like that of Adamawa, now divided between Cameroon and the British protectorate of Nigeria.
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  • In Adamawa and German Bornu are various Mahommedan sultanates controlled by residents stationed at Garua and Kusseri.
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  • That part of Adamawa recognized as outside the British frontier was occupied in 1901 after somewhat severe fighting.
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  • from the sea, the Benue, which, rising in the mountains of Adamawa south of Lake Chad, flows west across the plateau.
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  • Their most southerly emirate is Adamawa, the country on both sides of the upper Benue.
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  • Originally herdsmen in the western and central Sudan, they extended their sway east of the Niger, under the leadership of Othman Dan Fodio, during the early years of the 19th century, and having subdued the Hausa states, founded the empire of Sokoto with the vassal emirates of Kano, Gando, Nupe, Adamawa, &c.
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  • ADAMAWA, a country of West Africa, which lies roughly between 6° and 11° N., and 11° and 15° E., about midway between the Bight of Biafra and Lake Chad.
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  • Adamawa is named after a Fula Emir Adama, who in the early years of the 19th century conquered the country.
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  • The emir of Yola, in the period of Fula lordship, claimed rights of suzerainty over the whole of Adamawa, but the country, since the subjection of the Fula (c. 1900), has consisted of a number of small states under the control of the British and Germans.
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  • east of Yola, is the headquarters of the German administration for the region and the chief trade centre in the north of Adamawa.
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  • After Heinrich Barth, who explored the country in 1851, the first traveller to penetrate Adamawa was the German, E.
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  • It has since been traversed by many expeditions, notably that of Baron von Uechtritz and Dr Siegfried Passarge (1893-1894)� An interesting account of Adamawa, its peoples and history, is given by Heinrich Barth in his Travels in North and Central Africa (new edition, London, 1890), and later information is contained in S.
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  • Passarge's Adamawa (Berlin, 1895).
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  • The most mountainous districts lie inland from the head of the Gulf of Guinea (Adamawa, &c.), where heights of 6000 to 8000 ft.
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  • from its mouth it is joined by the Benue, coming from the east from the mountainous region of Adamawa.
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  • The river rises in Adamawa in about 7° 40' N.
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  • It is here joined by the Faro, which, rising in the Adamawa Mountains S.E.
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  • below the junction of the Faro is Yola, the capital of Adamawa.
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  • The sultan of Sokoto throughout the 19th century exercised an overlordship over the Hausa states extending east from the Niger to Bornu and southward to the Benue and Adamawa.
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  • ADAMAWA, a country of West Africa, which lies roughly between 6° and 11° N., and 11° and 15° E., about midway between the Bight of Biafra and Lake Chad.
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  • It has since been traversed by many expeditions, notably that of Baron von Uechtritz and Dr Siegfried Passarge (1893-1894)� An interesting account of Adamawa, its peoples and history, is given by Heinrich Barth in his Travels in North and Central Africa (new edition, London, 1890), and later information is contained in S.
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  • The river rises in Adamawa in about 7° 40' N.
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  • Other German travellers added to the knowledge of the southern tributaries, the Tarabba, Donga and others, which in the rains bring down a large body of water from the highlands of southern Adamawa.
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  • It includes the sultanate of Sokoto and its dependent emirates of Kano, Bida, Zaria, &c., and the ancient sultanate of Bornu, which, with Adamawa, is partly within the German colony of Cameroon (see Nigeria and Cameroon).
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