Are congos unpichted?
Anything that makes a sound has a pitch. Both bongos and congas (congos aren't a thing) have the ability to alter pitch, by tightening/loosening the skin and by where and how the drum is hit.
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The capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (aka the Congo ) is Kinshasa. The capital of the smaller Republic of the Congo is Brazzaville. The Democratic Republic of the Congo's capital is Kinshasa, the capital of The Congo is Brazzaville
Congo red is the sodium salt of benzidinediazo-bis-1-naphtylamine-4-sulfonic acid (formula: C 32 H 22 N 6 Na 2 O 6 S 2 ). It is a secondary diazo dye. Congo red is water soluble, yielding a red colloidal solution; its solubility is better in organic solvents such as ethanol. It has a strong, thou…gh apparently non-covalent affinity to cellulose fibres. However, the use of Congo red in the cellulose industries (cotton textile, wood pulp & paper) has long been abandoned, mainly because of its toxicity. Conga Red is an acidic stain primarily used to stain bacterial cells to test for capsules . The Conga Red stain is used to stain a microscope slide background against the colorless cell. Then a basic stain like Maneval's Stain is used to stain the cell. The capsule surrounding some cells will repel the stains and appear colorless against a red (Conga Red) background. The cell inside the capsule will be stained light purple from the Maneval's Stain. ( Full Answer )
Denis Sassou Nguesso is the President of the Republic of Congo. He first took the position on 1997 October 25, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in 1991. Aft…er the civil war of 1997, Nguesso returned to power on 1997 October 25 and has ruled since. He was re-elected in elections in 2002 and 2009 to 7-year terms; these elections were boycotted by opposition. The Congo region consists of several countries including the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Please see related questions. ( Full Answer )
The major religion of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is Christianty. Most of the Christians in this country call themselves Roman Catholics. There is also a small percentage of the population (about 10%) that follow Islam.
You are probably asking about a 1922 coin from the Belgian Congo ("Congo Belge" in French). There were three different denominations produced in 1922 - 10 centimes, 50 centimes and 1 franc. Assuming that your coin has some appreciable signs of wear, the coin is likely worth no more than a dollar or …two. ( Full Answer )
Land boundaries: Total: 10,730 km Border countries: Angola 2,511 km (of which 225 km is the boundary of Angola's discontiguous Cabinda Province), Burundi 233 km, Central African Republic 1,577 km, Republic of the Congo 2,410 km, Rwanda 217 km, Sudan 628 km, Tanzania 459 km, Uganda 765 km, Zamb…ia 1,930 km For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section indicated below. ( Full Answer )
The two countries are neighbors, but the DRC is much larger than the ROC. Kinshasa is the capital of the "Democratic Republic of the Congo." To its west, Brazzaville is the capital of "Congo" (the Republic of the Congo ).
Congo's farmland is the source of a wide variety of crops. Theseinclude maize, rice, cassava (manioc), sweet potatoes, yam, taro,plantain, tomatoes, pumpkin and varieties of peas and nuts. Thesefoods are eaten throughout the country, but there are also regionaldishes.
Here is one of many sites that gives you excellent information, an excerpt and the site: The Congo Basin forest is the world's second largest tropical forest, covering 700,000 square miles in six countries, and containing a quarter of the world's remaining tropical forest. This vast area hosts a …wealth of biodiversity, including over 10,000 species of plants, 1,000 species of birds, and 400 species of mammals. It is also home to more than 24 million people, most of whom depend on the forest for their livelihoods. . http://www.usaid.gov/locations/sub-saharan_africa/initiatives/cbfp.html . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Congo_River ( Full Answer )
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No, these are two separate countries. Both the countries are situated in Central Africa. The Republic of the Congo's capital is Brazzaville and the country is far smaller than the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is also richer in terms of living standards. The Democratic Republic of the Congo i…s the third largest country in Africa and the 12th largest in the world and the 18th most populous country in the world. It's capital is Kinshasa and the country was formerly known as Zaire. It is one of the richest countries in the world regarding it's natural resources despite it's citizens are among the poorest on earth. Usually, colloquially speaking, the Republic of the Congo is largely referred to as Congo-Brazzaville while the Democratic Republic of the Congo (abbreviated as Congo DRC) is referred to as Congo-Kinshasa. This reflects a combination of the countries' names with their respective capital's names. ( Full Answer )
fat black bucks in a wine barrel room Barrel house king with feet unstable sagged and reeled and pounded on the table pounded on the table beat an empty barrel with the handle of a "BROOM"
dioamond,pears,mangos,bananas,coconut;millons of fruits It is famous for the dioamond that grow in the soil in congo.
Congo is located on the Western Coastline of Central Africa. A link is listed below.. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_continent_is_congo_africa_located_in
- Two countries in Africa: Democratic Republic of the Congo and Republic of the Congo. - A very important river in Africa - Five small town with the name Congo are known.
no its a very friendly place to live in and everyone treats each-other as brothers and sisters i recommend you go there
There are two Congos. The Democratic Republic of The Congo (DRC) and The Republic of Congo . The DRC is the third largest country in Africa behind Algeria and Sudan. Its capital is Kinshasa. The capital of the smaller Congo is Brazzaville. The two countries are separated by a natural frontier, which… is the Congo River. They both used to be parts of the Kingdom of the Congo before it's become The Congo Free State, a private property of Leopold II the King of Belgium ( 1884-1908) The Kongo Kingdom was located in Central Africa including the actual territory of occupied by the two Congo and the northern part of Angola . All of these three countries keep on sharing the same culture, same languages ( Lingala, Kikongo). In 1885, during the Conference of Bandoeing, the congolese territory was divided and Angola was given to Portugal, Congo-Kinshasa to Belgium and Congo-Brazzaville to France. on 15 November 1908, DRC ceased to be a personal garden of the Beligian King and became Beligum Congo until its independence on June 30,1960. ( Full Answer )
They are two different countries. The DRC has its capital at Kinshasa, and the RC has it's capital at Brazzaville. Often the countries are referred to as Congo-Kinshasa and Congo-Brazzaville.
Congo is in Africa and i think if you don't know where a country or state is just ask brandi(funcrab12) and i will give you the answer because i know all about the states and countries but i don't know everything but Congo is in Africa thanks for taking your time to read this if you ever need anythi…ng else just ask me(see above for the name). it is in central Africa by the way just for a little more information. ( Full Answer )
Congo's borders are located within both the northern and southern hemisphere. So to answer your question, it is is both the Southeastern hemisphere and the Northeastern hemisphere.
The Congo River is the worlds deepest river. It is located inAfrica and measures 720ft deep, and 2,920 miles long.
The Democratic Republic of Congo was a private colony until 1908. It belonged to a Belgian King named Leopold II In 1908 Belgian the parliament took over and it became a belgian colony. It gained independence in 1960 It changed its name to Zaire because the new president (Mobutu, who became a …dictator) wanted to decolonise the country and make people proud of their heritage. it changed it name to Democratic Republic of Congo i think in the 1990s when Mobutu was overthrown. The Republic of Congo was the colony west of the Democratic Republic of Congo, controlled by France. It gained independence in 1960. ( Full Answer )
The Belgian Congo was what the Congo was called before they gained independence. Basically, King Leopold from Belgium declared the Congo his own property (not Belgium's) and many from his kingdom went there to "civilize" the natives. After a few years, it was referred to as the Belgian Congo.
Yes, they are the same rivers. The Zaire River is sometimes called the Congo River, because part of it is in the Congo.
...is extremely extensive and would be extremely difficult to list them all. Have a look at this conservation site for information pertaining to how many different types of what animal are in the Congo. http://rainforests.mongabay.com/Congo/conservation.HTML Because a full list of all the birds, ins…ects, mamals, reptiles, etc would be extremely difficult, here's a list of all the endangered animals in the Congo (generally mamals and reptiles) http://www.animalinfo.org/country/Zaire.htm ( Full Answer )
likwhfjhoewa . There are two "Congos." . The capital of the Republic of the Congo is Brazzaville. The Capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is Kinshasa.
There are two countries commonly called Congo:. 1. Democratic Republic of the Congo, established as a Belgian colony in 1908. It lies in central Africa, and is bordered by Angola, Republic of the Congo, Burundi, Central African Republic, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. It was known as t…he Republic of Zaire during the 1970s.. 2. Republic of the Congo, formerly French region of Middle Congo, prior to 1960. This country lies in Western Africa and is bordered by the South Atlantic Ocean, between Angola and Gabon.The Republic of the Congo is a country located in Central Africaalong the South Atlantic Ocean. French is the official language,and one-third of the citizens are Roman Catholic. ( Full Answer )
They export coffee, palm oil, rubber, cotton, sugar, tea, and cocoa. Copper, diamonds, Cobalt, and precious metals contributing to the manufacture of cell phones.
Belgium, butthe king owned it until it was taken away by other counrtries since he used pointless punishment.
the largest Rainforest in the world except for the Amazon. . extends across the basin of the Congo River and its tributaries in Central Africa.
no dip yeah theyre poor bcoz of the polical system and corruption without forgeting the impact of the richest country who chose leaders to protect theirs interst.
There are several things that are imported by the DemocraticRepublic of the Congo. They are refined petroleum, delivery trucks,packaged medicaments, iron structures, and poultry meat.
Congo, sometimes spelt Kongo, is a river in Africa which flows through several countries and has it's mouth emptying into The Atlantic Ocean on the West coast of Africa. There are currently two countries named after the river: The Democratic Republic of the Congo Human habitation here can be tra…ced back to Neolithic times and the first European settlers appeared around 1870. From 1877 the country was a colony of Belgium - in fact a personal posession of King Leopold II - and was called The African Congo Free State until 1908 when international pressure led to it becoming a colony of Belgium rather than a possession of the king. This pressure arose from the appalling exploitation of the native population. In 1960, the country became independent of Belgium and was known as The Republic of Congo From 1971 until 1997, the country was known as Zaire, and then became The Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Republic of Congo The area north of the Congo River had been reached by Portuguese explorers in the 1480s, but it was not until 1880 that it was formally colonised by France as French Congo and later Middle Congo. In August 1960 it was granted independence from France as The Republic of Congo. ( Full Answer )
Ace Walker was given a leader role for The Congo. He was born 1945 but he still like big peanuts, little peanuts, Asian peanuts, and all kind of peanuts!
Yes, it is the name of two countries in central Africa. The Democratic Republic of the Congo, known until 1997 as Zaire. The Republic of the Congo also known as Congo-Brazzaville or the Congo.
There was a great discussion between two people Mobutu Sese Seko and Laurent Kabila and their lid a fire between them. this is the reason why did the second Congo war start. Kabila purposely shot Mobuto to get on his place and the same happened.
In the colonial age, every western country had to have a colony to be "in". Belgium became a part of King Leopold II PERSONAL treasure, it was called belgian Congo, but actually it was his personal possesion. He made Hugh profits with producing rubber and digging for diamants, selling it all, to mak…e big fortune for his royal family, which he later used to build Hugh royal buildings in belgium. After his rein, belgian Congo became a part of belgium and was just a colony like every other one: exploide it and say you're trying to bring it civilization. Belgian Congo is a black page in belgian history. ( Full Answer )
The drainage of the Congo Basin is in mid-southern Africa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Congo and Zaire among others, have banned UK beef imports but such is the confusion and panic over imported beef that in Lubumbashi, for instance, consumers are boycotting not just beef but all kinds of meat. Congo in fact has gone one further and banned all meat imports from Europe.
My mother in New England says it's from the Congregational Church that's sometimes nicknamed "Congo" and these were a common potluck dessert.
The Congo, officially called the Democratic Republic of the Congo is in the continent of Africa. The official language is French and the capital is Kinshasa.
one of them has a democratic government. Democratic Republic of Congo refers to a large country in central Africa (formerly/also known as Zaire, Belgian Congo, Congo-Kinshasa, Congo-Leopoldville, D.R. Congo, and DRC). Republic of Congo (formerly/also known as Congo-Brazzaville , Little Cong…o , French Middle Congo, the People's Republic of Congo, or simply the Congo) refers to a smaller country directly northwest of the Democratic Republic of Congo. ( Full Answer )
There are two countries which go by the name of Congo - the Republic of Congo, and the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly known as Zaire). Both are in Africa, not in Asia.
Anywhere well I'm not sure but i think that you could but if you aren't sure then maybe you should ask someone in Africa.(funcrab12)
Yes. Both the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo have a president.
No it's not. Belgium is a European country, western Europe. While Congo is located in Africa. Congo is a former colony of Belgium though.
West, both are in different continents. Congo is in Africa, Bangladesh is in Asia Pacific.
For this time in congo yester day the goverment of congo cach the wepon of the fridom fighiter in nort kivu but the congo goverment arest sum of fredom fighter and fore the other wich remen should surender them self
The Belgian Congo ceased to exist in 1960. It is now known as the Dem. Rep. of the Congo.
Kinshasa is the capital and thelargest city of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Brazzavilleis the capital and largest city of the Republic of the Congo.