[mah-nwel] /mɑˈnwɛl/ (Show IPA), (Manuel Azaña y Diez) 1880–1940, Spanish statesman: prime minister 1931–33, 1936; president 1936–39.
This past week, it was the shooting at the azana Spa in Brookfield, Wis., that triggered those flashbacks.
Wisconsin Spa Shooting Brings Back Painful Memories for the Moms of Mass Killers Winston Ross October 24, 2012
He had his purchase loaded and ready when he strode into the azana Spa on Sunday dressed in black.
Cop Who Protected Obama, Romney, at Debate Latest Victim of Illegal Guns Michael Daly October 24, 2012
Manuel (maˈnwel). 1880–1940, Spanish statesman; president of the Spanish Republic (1936–39) until overthrown by Franco
a member of a people of the Congo-Sudan region of central Africa. the Adamawa-Eastern language spoken by the Azande. Historical Examples Women are never seen in an Azande village, the pathway to their own being kept secret from all outsiders. Sex and Society William I. Thomas
the indigenous name applied to South Africa by indigenous black nationalists or liberationists. Historical Examples Here also is Smyrnophora, or the region of myrrh; after which is Azania, producing many elephants. A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume VII Robert Kerr noun another name for South Africa
the indigenous name applied to South Africa by indigenous black nationalists or liberationists. Contemporary Examples The azanian hosts welcome the delegation with a banquet, but do not fully grasp the message. “Severely Conservative”? David Frum February 9, 2012 noun a native or inhabitant of Azania (another name used esp by many Black political activists for […]
noun acronym Azanian People’s Organization