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Mali [ muški rod {geologija} ]

Država na severu Afrike, zvanični jezik je francuski.

Mali [ imenica {geologija} ]
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Landlocked country in NW Africa, bounded to the NE by Algeria, E by Niger, SE by Burkina Faso, S by the Ivory Coast, SW by Senegal and Guinea, and W and N by Mauritania.
government
The 19constitution provides for a president, elected by universal suffrage for a five-year term, and a 129-member national assembly, similarly elected for a five-year term, with of its members representing Malians resident abroad. The president appoints a prime minister as head of government.
history
From the 7th to the 11th century part of the Ghana Empire (see Ghana, ancient), then of the Muslim Mali Empire, which flourished in NW Africa during the 7th–15th centuries, the area now known as Mali came under the rule of the Songhai Empire during the 15th–16th centuries. In 15an invasion by Moroccan forces seeking to take over the W Sudanese gold trade destroyed the Songhai Empire and left the area divided into small kingdoms.
Because of its inland position, the region had little contact with Europeans, who were trading around the coast from the 16th century, and it was not until the 19th century that France, by means of treaties with local rulers, established colonies throughout most of NW Africa. As French Sudan, Mali was part of French West Africa from 189In 195with Senegal, it formed the Federation of Mali. In 19Senegal left, and Mali became a fully independent republic.
independence
Its first president, Modibo Keita, imposed an authoritarian socialist regime, but his economic policies failed, and he was removed in an army coup 196The constitution was suspended, political activity was banned, and government was placed in the hands of a Military Committee for National Liberation (CMLN) with Lt Moussa Traoré as president and head of state. In 19he became prime minister as well. He promised a return to civilian rule, and in 19a new constitution made Mali a one-party state. A new party, the Malian People's Democratic Union (UDPM), was announced 197Despite student opposition to a one-party state and army objections to civilian rule, Traoré successfully made the transition so that by 19Mali had a constitutional government, while ultimate power lay with the party and the military establishment.
foreign relations
In 19Mali and Guinea signed an agreement for eventual economic and political integration. In 19a border dispute with Burkina Faso resulted in a five-day conflict that was settled by the International Court of Justice.
multiparty system endorsed
Violent demonstrations against one-party rule took place Jan 199In March 19Traoré was ousted in a coup and replaced by Lt-Col Amadou Toumani Toure. A new multiparty constitution was approved by referendum Jan 199and in the first multiparty presidential elections in April Toure was defeated and replaced by Alpha Oumar Konare of the Alliance for Democracy in Mali (ADEMA). In April 19Abdoulaye Sekou Sow was appointed prime minister, heading a government of “national unity”. An attempted antigovernment coup was foiled in Dec. Sow resigned and was replaced by Ibrahim Boubaker Keita Feb 1994.
A landlocked republic in Western Africa; Also called: French Sudan.

mali [ pridev ]

bantam [ pridev ]
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Very small; SYN. diminutive, lilliputian, midget, petite, tiny.

bitsy [ pridev ]
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bobby [ imenica {sleng, dijalekt} ]
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An informal term for a British policeman.

chota [ pridev ]
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crossroad [ imenica ]
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A road that crosses another; an obscure road intersecting or avoiding the main road. cross-road

deeshy [ pridev ]
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diminutive [ pridev ]
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ETYM Cf. Latin deminutivus, French diminutif.
Below the average size; very small; little.
Expressing diminution.
Tending to diminish.

dinky [ pridev {sleng, dijalekt} ]
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(British informal) Pretty and neat.
(Informal) Small and insignificant.

duodecimo [ pridev ]
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dwarfish [ pridev ]
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exiguous [ pridev ]
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ETYM Latin exiguus.
Extremely scanty.
Scanty; slender; sparse.

narrow [ pridev ]
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Limited in size or scope
Not wide
Very limited in degree

puny [ pridev ]
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(Used especially of persons) Of inferior size; SYN. runty, shrimpy.
Inferior in strength or significance

little [ pridev ]
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ETYM The regular comparative of this word is wanting, its place being supplied by less, or, rarely, lesser. Related to Lesser.
Small; not large; of small stature; SYN. small.
Very young; SYN. small.
Younger and (at least formerly) smaller than another though relative size is not the issue; SYN. younger.
Contemptibly narrow in outlook; SYN. petty, small, small-minded.
(Quantifier used with mass nouns) Small in quantity or degree; not much or almost none SYN. small.

remote [ pridev ]
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Far apart in nature; SYN. removed.

scant [ pridev ]
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Not full, large, or plentiful; scarcely sufficient; meager; not enough.
Skimpy; parsimonious.

slim [ pridev ]
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Slender; attractively thin; very small

small [ pridev ]
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(Archaic) Slight or limited; especially in degree or intensity or scope
Have fine or very small constituent particles
Limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; SYN. little.

undersized [ pridev ]
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Of a size less than is common, proper, normal, or average

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