Malagasy


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Malagasy

pertaining to the biogeographical subregion formed by Madagascar and its surrounding islands (corresponding to Madagascan). see BIOGEOGRAPHICAL REGION.
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"Griffiths developed the theory that the Welsh and the Malagasy were the same, they had the same ancestors."
This state of things, apparently, is still better than what some Malagasy workers have put up with.
The government reported identifying 16 Malagasy women in China and facilitated, but did not fund, the repatriation of 12, with some receiving travel documents and basic assistance from the Malagasy embassy in China, and all receiving care upon return.
Past knowledge, aspirations, religious practices, technologies and aesthetic sensibilities from staggered groups of Malagasy, (7) Antalaotra, (8) East Africans, South Asians, Yemenites, Comorians and Europeans were etched as material traces on the urban landscape (Verin 1975; Gueunier 1994).
As a post-doctoral fellow at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC, Douglass is interested in a longer swathe of Malagasy history--2,000 years, to be precise.
The objective of this agreement is to make our Malagasy partners make the most of our experience, with whom the partnership could subsequently be fostered to reach digital postal services, e-trade and postal financial services...," said Communication Technologies and Digital Economy Minister Anouar Maarouf at the end of the signing ceremony, organised on the fringes of a meeting with the African postal institutions, organised in Tunis (April 24-26) by Business France in partnership with the Tunisian Post and the Pan-African Postal Union (PAPU).
The court also sentenced the doctor, 55, to pay a KD5,001 fine to her Malagasy helper whom she beat for four years.
* The Malagasy insurance industry is regulated by the Ministry of Finance.
It also covers varieties of Malagasy (the language of Madagascar) and the Sama-Bajau languages wherever they occur in insular South East Asia.
The Malagasy people will see the direct benefits of these investments over the next one to three years.
Mauritius Telecom and Telecom Malagasy (Telma) of Madagascar have applied to acquire the second telecoms licence on Comoros, according to Agence Ecofin.
French and Malagasy are the two official state languages.