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kimberly torres

constant happening regularly or all the time
dense tightly packed
currency system or type of money
process series of actions taken to achieve a particular result
recover to return to a normal condition after a period of trouble or difficulty
restore to return something to its former level or condition
Sub-Saharan part of Africa is the part that lies south of the Saharan
plateau is a highland area of fairly flat land
Savannah is a broad grassland with scattered trees
Natural resource are those products of nature that have economic value
oral history is an account of something passed down by word of mouth from one generation to another
labor specialization the division of jobs and skills in a society is know as labor specialization
revenue or income to run the government
Sundiata was crippled
conversion or change of religion
Mansa musa the tittle mansa musa means emperor
inflation or a general rise in prices
schoolarship or formal study and learning
ibn battuta or moroccan diplomat
Created by: Kimberlyt1