Edo

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Synonyms for Edo

a member of a west African people living in the tropical forest region of southern Nigeria

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the capital and largest city of Japan

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In the Introduction, "The Burden of Tradition," Bini explains what she considers certain inherited beliefs that influenced Pirandello's work.
Curacao Bon Bini Rentals offer Curacao vacation packages complete with villas.
MOENCHENGLADBACH, Germany: France coach Bruno Bini believes his side will have to call on all their giant-killing skills to get past the United States in the women's World Cup semifinals here Wednesday.
In a political give-and-take arrangement, Bini Smaghi was to vacate his post to make way for a French candidate in lieu of France's backing for Italy's Mario Draghi as president of the ECB.
If taxpayers have the right to share in decision-making, they must also accept the consequences," Bini Smaghi wrote.
Bini said: "We are devastated at Taff going missing and my 15-year-old daughter Gwenan is especially upset about it.
Italian prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, has asked Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, Italy's representative at the European Central Bank, to step down to make way for Mario Draghi, who is expected to head the ECB soon.
Summary: ECB's Bini Smaghi said AIG rescue was essential for markets.
Driving the 25 organic cattle is Bini Jones, a woman keen to educate youngsters on the contribution of upland agriculture to conservation.
Bini property briefly last year and sampled some historic trenches and drill core that is still located in core trays.
European Central Bank executive board member Lorenzo Bini Smaghi warned of a looming debt crunch in several developed countries that could cripple economies if left unchecked.
Bini Jones, who runs Ty Isa Farm, in Snowdon's shadow at Ffestiniog, says many farm enterprises could benefit from a woman's touch.
The company's focus is primarily on the Mt Bini property where SPZ.
Greece can cope with its debt load without having to go into insolvency, European Central Bank Executive Board member Lorenzo Bini Smaghi said on Monday.
Bini Jones, who runs Ty Isa Farm, in the shadow of Snowdon at Ffestiniog, says many farm enterprises could benefit from a woman's touch.