Definition of Bulawayo
1. Noun. Industrial city in southwestern Zimbabwe.
Group relationships: Republic Of Zimbabwe, Rhodesia, Southern Rhodesia, Zimbabwe
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Literary usage of Bulawayo
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society by Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) (1906)
"Meteorological Observations at Bulawayo. The Rev. ... Bulawayo is in 28° 40' longitude E., and 20° 9' latitude S. The approximate altitude is 4469 ft. above ..."
2. Rhodesia, Past and Present by Stefanus Jacobus Du Toit (1897)
"We left Bulawayo about four o'clock in the afternoon of August 24. ... At Bulawayo we could already hear the dynamite shots of the diggers, ..."
3. Twelve Hundred Miles in a Waggon by Alice Blanche Balfour (1895)
"... aloes — An oven on the veldt — Ant heaps — Nearly upset — Arrival at Bulawayo — Our abode there — The ruins of old Bulawayo — Insulting behaviour of the ..."
4. Impressions of South Africa by James Bryce Bryce (1900)
"CHAPTER XIV FROM CAPE TOWN TO Bulawayo IN this ... Kimberley and Johannesburg, Bulawayo and Fort Salisbury, hoping thereby to convey a more lively ..."
5. Report of the Annual Meeting (1903)
"On the Khami Ruins, near Bulawayo, Rhodesia. By FP MENNELL, FGS, Curator of the Rhodesia Museum. All over the territory between the Zambesi and the Limpopo, ..."
6. Rhodesia and Its Government by Harry Craufuird Thomson (1898)
"... closed in around Bulawayo. From that time, until the 25th April, there were continual fights in the immediate neighbourhood of the town, ..."
7. Through South Africa with the British Association by James Stark Browne (1906)
"CHAPTER XX RETURN TO Bulawayo—SALISBURY—MISSIONARY WORK IN SOUTH ... We were leaving Bulawayo at half-past five, and when we returned to the station we ..."
8. On the South African Frontier: The Adventures and Observations of an by William Harvey Brown (1899)
"... Route for Bulawayo—Callousness of Savages—The Langford Tragedy—At Bulawayo—A Witch-Doctor Presages an Easy Victory—The Bullets did not Turn to Water—A ..."