Ubangi-Shari
or French Oubangui-Chari geographical name former French territory N central Africa — see Central African Republic

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Postage stamps and postal history of Ubangi-Shari — History= Ubangi Shari or Oubangui Chari, or , was a French territory in central Africa which later became the independent country of the Central African Republic on August 13, 1960. It followed the establishment of the Bangui outpost in 1889, and …   Wikipedia

  • Ubangi-Schari — Darstellung der Umrisse Ubangi Sharis 1910 auf einem zeitgenössischen Schokoladenbildchen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ubangi — /yooh bang gee, ooh bahng /, n. 1. French, Oubangi. a river in W central Africa, forming part of the boundary between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Central African Republic, flowing W and S into the Congo (Zaire) River. 700 mi.… …   Universalium

  • Ubangi — I. noun Etymology: Ubangi Shari, Africa Date: 1942 a woman of the district of Kyabé village in Chad with lips pierced and distended to unusual dimensions with wooden disks not used technically II. geographical name or French Oubangui river 700… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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