Fernando Po


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Fernando Po

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Fernando Póo:

see Equatorial GuineaEquatorial Guinea
, officially Republic of Equatorial Guinea, republic (2015 est. pop. 741,000), 10,830 sq mi (28,051 sq km), W central Africa. It includes the islands of Bioko (formerly Fernando Po), Annobón, Corisco, Elobey Grande, and Elobey Chico in the Gulf of
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According to him, if one took a look at the agreement, one would realize what was expressly written s, that is, 'on arrival of the boys (Liberian Laborers) at the Fernando Po to the curator, the curator and the Liberian Consul would engage the boys in the syndicate.
Jalwood maintains that looking at such kind of interactions and agreement, to what extent should students of history and philosophy be expected to downplay the involvement of the Liberian government in the 'forced' labour deal it signed with syndicators Agricola of Fernando Po by hands of S.
(4) The Spanish called this advance regalo or prima--a gift or bounty--while the Nigerian labour migrants on Fernando Po, most of whom learned to speak pidgin on the island, called it dash.
On Fernando Po, it was a dispersed set of touts that laterally relayed the worker's dash, constructing but also cracking open the edifice of imperial bondage on the final African shores of the Spanish empire.
Frente a los itinerarios y roteiros de dos siglos antes, escuetas listas de toponimos, rutas y distancias, la obra que editamos se incluye dentro de un conjunto de documentos que dan una idea cabal de la expedicion de Argelejo, Jose Varela(4) y Primo de Rivera desde Montevideo a las islas de Annobon y Fernando Po. En la descripcion pormenorizada del diario del viaje abundan notas de tipo antropologico y cientifico, asi como una preocupacion constante con el desarrollo del comercio en la region.
Fernando Po, now known as Bioko, in the Gulf of Guinea is one such island and is the subject of this study by Ibrahim K.
From his new base in Fernando Po, he went after the slavers with a vengeance.
de r aham They all took part in Operation Postmaster, a daring sortie to free three ships from the Spanish island of Fernando Po, off west Africa, in 1942.
In four months, therefore, Spain has lost three of its four African 'provinces' (Rio Muni, Fernando Po and Ifni), which can hardly please those who, in Madrid tried to argue that the Moroccans, Saharans and Spanish (now Equatorial) Guineans were authentic descendants of El Cid Campeador.
Ramon Abella-son of Manuel Abella and elder brother of Domingo Abella, and Arana were ordered exiled to the Isle of Fernando Po in West Africa, which was once a colony of Spain.
Also securing seats in the quarterfinals of the Boys 14-Under are Cesar Fernando Po, a 6-0, 7-6 (5) winner over Adrian Javier.
Another senatorial aspirant identified as Fernando Po again closed the five-day registration period, filing his COC when the clock struck at 5 p.m.