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mandingo

A popular term for a sexually active African American male with a large penis.
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In her previous correspondence with Ellery Sedgwick she provides clues as to her motivations for writing her autobiography: "I can never know, just what my Malinke or Rosele look like in your eyes, no matter how fully you express yourself: but what you [i.e., Sedgwick] and others have said does give me some idea of the figures my poor Jewish people make when standing detached from their overwhelming history, in the sight of a world that knows them but little" (Salz 2000, 50).
Ivoirian band Djarabikan, whose name is taken from a Malinke word that means "the voice of love" and whose original Afro- Jazz sounds have earned them awards and trophies worldwide, will perform on both the opening and closing ceremonies.
But in an attempt to defuse tensions between his mostly ethnic Peuhl supporters and those drawn from Conde's Malinke community, Diallo said on Saturday he would participate in the presidential election.
Diabate (2012), herself a Malinke woman (from Mali), emphasizes public nudity as a last-ditch source of potent symbolic power for the women of West Africa (see also Diabate 2011).
Languages: French, Bambara, Fufulde, Dogon, Maraka, Malinke, other indigenous languages
Le royaume de Segou, qui peut etre considere comme le lointain heritier des grands empires medievaux, domina a certaines periodes comprises entre 1710 et 1860 environ, le pays malinke du nord de la Guinee et de la Cote d'Ivoire actuelles, et au Mali actuel, la vallee du Niger jusqu'au nord de Tombouctou.
La langue de l'auteur est le francais; toutefois, il ne s'agit pas de la forme standard parce que le francais classique serait incapable, d'apres l'auteur, de traduire la vision du monde d'un malinke. Le francais employe dans ce roman est plutot une langue vehicule du metissage, une langue d'emprunt modelee d'une facon telle que la culture malinke puisse s'inserer dans des structures linguistiques francaises.
The distinction is also often upheld in World Literature anthologies, where Greek epics are assigned to the singular genius (of) Homer, while the Sundiata epic is attributed to the Malinke people as a group, represented by a griot.