||Madagascar, its History and People
|Part of speech ||name (book or play title)
|Author ||Little Henry (Rev.), 1884|
|Publishings ||1884. William Blackwood & Sons. |
1970. Negro University Press.
| page 127|
|The last place of importance before entering the capital is Amoromanga, a busy town which stands in the centre of a broad and level plain of that name. The Tankay ... occupy the district around and along the basin of the Mangoro river, which flows through the plain. |
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