capital of Kenya

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n capital of Kenya the capital and largest city of Kenya; a center for tourist safaris
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Usage


In news:

Residents look at the wreckage of a mini-bus after it was hit by an explosion in the Eastleigh neighbourhood of Kenya's capital Nairobi.
Residents look at the wreckage of a mini-bus after it was hit by an explosion in the Eastleigh neighbourhood of Kenya's capital Nairobi .
On the outskirts of Kenya's capital city, stray lions from Nairobi National Park have begun to prey on domestic herds.
On the streets of Nairobi, Kenya, IBM business consultant Shadrack Kioko captures data on road conditions and traffic congestion in the capital city.
Residents look for survivors inside the wreckage of a passenger mini-bus after it was hit by an explosion in the Eastleigh neighborhood of Kenya's capital Nairobi, Sunday.
Kenyan officials contend the minibus bombing in Nairobi, the capital, was retaliation by al-Shabab militants for Kenya 's sending of anti-terrorism troops into neighboring Somalia.
Protesters marched through Kenya's capital, Nairobi, after members of parliament voted in favor of a sendoff bonus of $110,000 each.
NAIROBI, Kenya – Somalia is considering allowing a private security company to train a 1,000-man anti-piracy force in the capital of Mogadishu, a Somali official said Friday.
A handout picture taken in 2011 shows Somali refugees in Kenya's Dadaab Refugee Camp, situated northeast of the capital Nairobi near the Somali border.
A handout picture taken in 2011 shows Somali refugees in Kenya's Dadaab Refugee Camp , situated northeast of the capital Nairobi near the Somali border.
Despite gun battles in the capital of Chad, rioting in Kenya and galloping inflation in Zimbabwe, the economies of sub-Saharan Africa are, as a whole, in better shape than they were a few years ago.
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In science:

Mwabu, G. Ainsworth, M. and Nyamete, A. (1993) Quality of Medical Care and Choice of Medical Treatment in Kenya: An Empirical Analysis, The Journal of Human Resources, 28, 4, Special Issue: Symposium on Investments in Women's Human Capital and Development (Autumn, 1993), 838-862.
Spatial Discrete Choice and Spatial Limited Dependent Variable Models: a review with an emphasis on the use in Regional Health Economics
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