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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of abidjan

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Derived Form of abidjan

plural: abidjans
city recognized by the United States as the capital of the Ivory Coast; largest city of the Ivory Coast
Type ofcity, metropolis, urban center, urban centre,
Part ofCote d'Ivoire, Ivory Coast, Republic of Cote d'Ivoire,

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  1. I have been in Universities in Abidjan like IUA 'Institut Universitaire d'Abidjan
  2. On a plane leaving Abidjan, Ivory Coast on January 3, 1987 were 39 passengers and a 12-man
  3. whose capitals are are Yamoussoukro and Abidjan.
  4. the government in the South -- the capital, Abidjan --
  5. So back in Abidjan,
  6. Airport in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, on Saturday 25 January 2020, and was coughing, sneezing,
  7. seat National Stadium in Abidjan is set to open in 2020.
  8. My first introduction was at the Abidjan airport on a sweaty, Ivory Coast morning.
  9. The Ambassador's speech in Abidjan
  10. in the main port city of Abidjan,
  11. all of the stuff comes through Abidjan,
  12. There are big cities like Cotonou or Abidjan but in these cities,
  13. Go to Cotonou its unbearable, go to Lagos its intolerable; in Abidjan its the same.
  14. I was at HEC Abidjan
  15. In Lagos, Dakar, Abidjan, Nairobi, Kigali
  16. to Abidjan, the capital of the Ivory Coast.
  17. I come from the Ivory Coast, Abidjan
  18. In fact, as we speak, there is a meeting going on in Abidjan next door, between the European
  19. because there is very much places to visit so that is. Thank you for watching and see you soon at Abidjan and Yamoussoukro too.
  20. The author Falko Hennig from Berlin was invited by the Goethe-Institute to Abidjan in November 2009.