Definitions for "Ghana"
Keywords:  accra, togo, d'ivoire, faso, burkina
A country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Cote d'Ivoire and Togo, with Burkina Faso bordering on the north, with a population of 17,698,271 (July 1996 est), and a total area of 238,540 sq km. The government is a constitutional democracy, and the capital city is Accra.
a republic in West Africa on the Gulf of Guinea; "Ghana was colonized as the Gold Coast by the British"
a country on Africa's west coast
The term meaning 'solid' refers to one of the four instrumental classes, the other three being avanaddha, sushira, and tala. Members of the ghana class are technically described as idiophones or autophones as the entire body of the concerned instrument phonates when played. The obvious examples are cymbals, rattles, gongs, and clappers. Instruments such as jhanj, kartal, morchang, and different kinds of bells abound in India. They are mostly employed to create rhythm. Primitive, folk, devotional, and popular categories of music use them in appreciable measure.
Keywords:  ghc, cedi
First great sub-Saharan state; created by Soninke people; by 9th century c.e. a major source of gold in the Mediterranean world. (p. 228)
Keywords:  telecom
Ghana Telecom
Keywords:  pal
PAL B PAL G
an ideal location to do business and prospective investors are welcome and are, indeed, given the necessary assistance to establish and operate
An very unsteady political and economic environment could deteriorate an already bad payment record.
Keywords:  glossary, accounting
Ghana accounting glossary
Keywords:  government
Government of Ghana