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for Africa

In large quantities. Primarily heard in South Africa. Ugh, I have so much to do—my boss keeps giving me work for Africa.

for Africa

in abundance; in large numbers. South African informal
1980 C. Hope A Separate Development An entire museum of vintage stuff including…Bentleys for Africa.
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Then the crocodile and the monkey and the parrot were very glad and began to sing, because they were going back to Africa, their real home.
But as most of them sleep through the Winter, they won't mind that--and besides, it wouldn't be good for them to go to Africa.
It is difficult to convey any accurate idea of degrees of comparative fertility; but it may be safely said that the amount of vegetation supported at any one time [5] by Great Britain, exceeds, perhaps even tenfold, the quantity on an equal area, in the interior parts of Southern Africa.
As this able naturalist remarked to me, the carnage each day in Southern Africa must indeed be terrific
I trust that the development of Africa is to be essentially a Christian one.
George, with his wife, children, sister and mother, embarked for Africa, some few weeks after.
I was so occupied with Peepy that I lost the letter in detail, though I derived such a general impression from it of the momentous importance of Africa, and the utter insignificance of all other places and things, that I felt quite ashamed to have thought so little about it.
Jellyby, with the same sweetness of temper, directed letters about Africa.
So the theory is that the channel between Gibraltar and Africa was once dry land, and that the low, neutral neck between Gibraltar and the Spanish hills behind it was once ocean, and of course that these African animals, being over at Gibraltar (after rock, perhaps--there is plenty there), got closed out when the great change occurred.
His imagination penetrated the fields of Africa in the environs of Gigelli, where M.
Although hardly one shell, crab or fish is common to the above-named three approximate faunas of Eastern and Western America and the eastern Pacific islands, yet many fish range from the Pacific into the Indian Ocean, and many shells are common to the eastern islands of the Pacific and the eastern shores of Africa, on almost exactly opposite meridians of longitude.
It was a totally new experience to Tarzan to find so barren and terrible a country in his beloved Africa.
He at once found himself in Africa, under the window of the princess, and fell asleep out of sheer weariness.
Here he had no longer that independence and that liberty of gait which he had when in the open seas, and his Nautilus felt itself cramped between the close shores of Africa and Europe.
The Carthaginians, reduced to extreme necessity, were compelled to come to terms with Agathocles, and, leaving Sicily to him, had to be content with the possession of Africa.