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As Africa enters the second decade of the 21st century it is indeed "paramountly an uncharted continent economically." Since Nkrumah's death the continent has continued to experience prolonged military conflict, political instability, declining poverty that has been exacerbated if not profoundly worsened by new socio-economic issues that Nkrumah never lived to see.
Several families of wasps (Hymenoptera) are covered as well as the paramountly important bee superfamily (Apoidea).
The reason men most often gave for seeking naturalization proved paramountly personal: marriage to a British woman and the welfare of their British-born children.