Definition of 'Lilongwe'
Example sentences containing 'Lilongwe'
The little girl was last night being looked after by a nanny in a lodge outside the capital Lilongwe.The Sun (2009) Times, Sunday Times (2011)
we weren't expecting from an African holiday, then the pre-booked safari, with a small, family-run company based in the capital, Lilongwe, delivered on all the rest.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The singer and her four kids jetted into the capital Lilongwe and visited a 'model' village sponsored by the UN.The Sun (2010)
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