Mount Elgon

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Elgon, Mount

(ĕl`gŏn), extinct volcano, central Africa, on the Kenya-Uganda border. Its highest peak is Wagagai (14,178 ft/4,321 m). The inhabitants of Mt. Elgon's densely populated lower slopes cultivate arabica coffee, tea, bananas, and millet.
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(Fact: the song's title came from the Butuanon word 'Masawa' which means light.
(16.) Kojima M, Matsuda H, lijima M, Yoshida K, Masawa N, Nakamura S.
The two boats, the 15-meter Diwata ng Lahi and 24-meter Masawa Hong Butuan, completed its run of Philippine coastlines.
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Masawa hong Butuan, named after the ancient kingdom and current city in Mindanao, was returned to where she was first built, at the Luna Compound, beside the mighty Agusan River.
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We have collected many military personnel identification cards from the foreign dead soldiers from the IGAD countries, vis-a-vis, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Somalia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Rwanda-Uganda-M-23 recently flashed out of the mineral rich Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo by the Congolese National Armed Forces (CNAF), including Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) ( El-Adala wa Masawa) (Tarabora) led by Jibril Khalil, Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) (Nuba Mountains) led by Abdul Aziz El-Helou and the SPLM/A-North (SPLM/A-N) led by Malik Aggar in Southern Blue Nile (Ingessena).
(44) Kojima M, Matsuda H, Iijima M, Yoshida K, Masawa N, Nakamura S.
(74.) Kojima M, Nakamura S, Itoh H, Suchi T, Masawa N.