Fulani


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a member of a pastoral and nomadic people of western Africa

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a family of languages of the Fulani of West Africa and used as a lingua franca in the sub-Saharan regions from Senegal to Chad

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Productivity of white Fulani cattle on the Jos plateau, Nigeria.
However when 3 NSP tests were used, sensitivity and specificity of herdsmen's reports were allowed to vary across populations, depending on factors such as whether the herdsmen watched the animals daily, whether the owner was of Fulani or Mbororo ethnicity, or whether the herdsmen could recognize FMD lesions from pictures.
Accordingly, Saror and Coles [24] reported a higher total WBC values in White Fulani Cattle during summer season.
In central Benue state, Christians have requested state protection for several villages after attacks by Fulani militants.
They take examples from Fiji and among the pastoral Fulani and Guatemala, the importance of flux in two hunting societies, ancient Babylon, the family law of the poor, HeHe magical justice, ritual regulation of environmental relations among a New Guinea people Japanese religion, religion and status in the US an d UK, Eskimo cultural values, the Cherokee ethos, American agricultural values, personal structure in the Plains Indians, masks, painting, and music.
Their nihilist doctrine runs counter to the tolerant and welcoming traditions of Nigeria's people, where the Muslim Hausa and Fulani peoples in the north have been part of the wider sub-Saharan culture for centuries.
Herdsmen from the mainly Muslim Fulani ethnic group were suspected to be behind the raids on the villages populated by the mainly Christian Taroks.
Several African cultures are represented in the exhibition, from Herero women in Namibia to Fulani women in Nigeria.
His novels often reflect his own experiences or are based on the history of the Fulani people.
The area has seen waves violence involving members of the mainly Muslim Fulani ethnic group and the state's Christian Beroms, who see themselves as the indigenous of the Plateau.
Outstanding Small and Growing Business, ($50,000 prize): La Laiterie du Berger, a Senegalese dairy company that sources and processes milk from semi-nomadic Fulani pastoralists living along the Senegal River.
The introduction by editor Ifeona Fulani discusses the cultural geography of the region and its diaspora, outlining a book structure that integrates the local and the global as interactive elements in shaping female Caribbean musical identity.
According to the language translations services website, some of the lesser known languages offered for medical interpretation, legal translation, deposition interpretation, and business translations services include languages such as Dari, Hmong, Laotian, Burmese, Igbo, Nepali, Twi, Marshallese, Pashto, Chuukese, Fulani, Ewe, Swahili, and Punjabi - among many others.
38% of population); coastal tropical forest peoples, including the Bassa, Douala, and many smaller entities in the Southwest (12%); southern tropical forest peoples, including the Ewondo, Bulu, and Fang (all Beti subgroups), Maka and Pygmies (officially called Bakas) (18%); predominantly Islamic peoples of the northern semi-arid regions (the Sahel) and central highlands, including the Fulani, also known as Peuhl in French (14%); and the "Kirdi", non-Islamic or recently Islamic peoples of the northern desert and central highlands (18%).
When the conversation was translated from Fulani, the maid's native language, investigators became concerned.