Luba


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a member of a Bantu people in southeastern Congo

a Bantu language spoken in southeastern Congo

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LUBA also denied the five other errors - that Kloos characterized as secondary in nature - that the association claimed were in the study.
Luba Freeport, which incorporates a 200 metre deepwater quay, was developed at a greenfield location about 45km southwest of Malabo.
The company did its own shoot of Luba pin-up girls with a modern twist to provide a package that would not only jump off the shelf but also stand out from all the other products in the category.
Luba Relic, 84, will not be able to drive until the year 3000 after being disqualified for another year by a court in Sydney, Australia, yesterday.
Luba Relic, 84 - whose licence was already cancelled until 2999 for "medical reasons" - technically can't drive until the year 3000 after having her licence disqualified for another year.
Steve Luba, director of communications, said the company will be hiring more customer service and sales representatives and IT personnel Shown here are members of the firm's executive team, from left: senior financial analyst Sylvio Theriault; director of sales Rosanne Luba; chief executive Jason Tremblay; search engine optimization manager Stu Morris; vice president of operations Leslie Martin; and director of communications Steve Luba.
Pictured from the left are Cheryl Bucker, secretary, Jodi Cohen, president-elect, Priya Mahtani Onore, Stefanie Krathen, Tonja Haddad Coleman, president, Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz, Julie Hough, Luba Zeldis, Rene Harrod, vice president, Jamie Finizio-Bascombe, and Ninowtzka Mier.
But Jan Luba QC said that ignored her acute disabilities and inability to rein in her son, Daniel, who helped her everyday tasks.
C'est dans ce contexte que se situe la reharmonisation des rapports entre deux communautes soeurs antagonistes, les Luba Katanga et les Luba Kasai de la province du Katanga.
The international airport in Malabo, numerous road projects including interstate links with neighbouring countries, the re-development of Equatorial Guinea's two sizeable deepwater ports at Luba on Bioko and at Bata on the mainland--are all playing a role in a much needed general improvement to overall infrastructure.
Luba Kalaydjieva of the University of Western Australia in Perth and her colleagues measured the prevalence of five different neurological-disease mutations in more than 1,800 Roma spread across Europe.
Officials noted that while proponents of the depot expansion have asked for the DEQ review to remain off-the-record, opponents said they would push for LUBA to consider the findings during its decision-making process.
But, says band manager Michael Luba, when tickets went on sale, "it would be a mad rush for the first 10 seconds, which would invariably blow up whatever system we were using.
Luba Freedman examines in an equally skilful manner Titian's handling of the story of Perseus and Andromeda, which she compares with the story of Ruggiero and Angelica in Orlando Furioso.
Gilbert created the mythical Palomar--a rural, matriarchal Central American village where, as one character puts it, "the men are men and women have a sense of humor"--to map the lives and loves of indelible characters like Luba, an earth-mother figure with a violence-scarred past; Chelo, the female town sheriff who keeps order with common sense and ample patience; and Tonansin, the tragic beauty who becomes a political martyr.