Namibe


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Namibe

(nämēb), formerly

Mossamedes

(mōsä`mədĕs), town (1987 est. pop. 77,000), SW Angola, a port on the Atlantic Ocean. Iron ore is the leading export; sisal, cotton, tobacco, frozen meat, hides, and skins are also significant.

Namibe

a port in SW Angola: fishing industry. Pop.: 77 000 (latest est.)
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O Namibe desertico e frio nao permite viagens ao autor e familia que, em outro texto, "Cacimbo Glorioso" exaltava a beleza do Sol dessa epoca do ano, quando o contemplava nas ferias em casa da Avo Zola, em Canjenje: "sol carregado de meiguice, generoso, aparentemente ate mais lento na sua busca de outros mundos para iluminar" (Fernando, 2014, p.
In this way, minimum precipitation amounts take place in the western part of the southern continent, close to the Desert of Namibe, due to the presence of this coastal upwelling.
Namibie word gesien as 'n middel-inkomste land, vanwee die klein aantal ryk mense, lig die 'gemiddelde' inkomste op sodat dit lyk asof almal in Namibe genoeg het.
The Antonov aircraft crashed into a field and burst into flames shortly taking off from Luanda's international airport for Namibe on 15 November.
Shortly before independence the Portuguese company Companhia Mineira de Lobito built a rail extension to Cassinga and upgraded the port of Namibe.
Block 1711 is situated in the Namibe basin off the northern coast of Namibia along the international boundary with Angola.
Simultaneously, Angola signed US$545 million funding agreement with the AFD and the World Bank to execute a project to provide water to peri-urban areas in nine provinces of Angola, including Hula and Namibe.
License 0010 incorporates the offshore of Walvis Ridge high 200km from the Skeleton coast, located between the Walvis and Namibe Basins.
In Wednesday's incident the aircraft bound for Namibe in Angola crashed minutes after departing from Luanda International Airport.
The outbound flight flew via Namibe in Angola for re-fuelling, while the inbound travelled through Windhoek in Namibia.
In particular, three west-east railways were constructed to transport agricultural produce and mining commodities to the Atlantic Ocean ports of Namibe, Lobito and Luanda.