Kaolack


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Kaolack

(ˈkɑːəʊˌlæk; ˈkaʊlæk)
n
(Placename) a port in SW Senegal, on the Saloum River. Pop: 299 000 (2005 est)
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Ka•o•lack

or Ka•o•lak

(ˈkɑ oʊˌlæk, ˈkaʊ læk)

n.
a city in W Senegal. 132,000.
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Cheik Doumbia, who was bom in Kaolack of Sudanese parents and had been working for the railway since 1951, had never thought of resettling in Mali, but after the Federation collapsed, his father, a stationmaster in Kayes, sent a telegram: 'come if you have received decision'.
This crop is mainly produced in Fatick, Kaolack, Kaffrine, Louga, and Thies regions, with more than 60% of the national peanut production [1].
Abdou Mbow (IFAN) during the rainy season at Kaolack (site 4c in Figure 1) in the upper reaches of the Saloum estuary in Senegal, at a salinity of 48 psu.
Born in the western Senegal town of Kaolack, Djilobodji started his career with the local ASC Saloum club, enjoying two successful seasons in his country's Premier League.
At the end of 2015, arrests were made in Kaolack and Dakar in what the Ministry of the Interior described as a preventive move against a jihadist network linked to Boko Haram and ISIL.
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L'association [beaucoup moins que]Jamhiyatu Ansaarud-Din[beaucoup plus grand que] (JAD) du Senegal a ete creee au milieu des annees 1940 par Cheikh al Islam El Hadj Ibrahim Niass, chef religieux a Kaolack, dans l'objectif de regrouper et organiser ses disciples au service d'un Islam de paix et de progres.