Falaba sentence example

falaba
  • The most noted is Falaba, about 190 m.
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  • Falaba was founded towards the end of the 18th century by the Sulima who revolted from the Muslim Fula, and its normadic inhabitants soon attained supremacy over the neighbouring villages and country.
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  • Falaba and in 1873 Timbo, both semi-Mahommedan countries, being cordially received by the ruling chiefs.
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  • Falaba which had been visited in 1869 by Winwood Reade on his journey to the Niger - came definitely under British protection, but Timbo, which is in Futa Jallon, was allowed to become French territory through the supineness of the home government.
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