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Synonyms for Smuts

South African statesman and soldier (1870-1950)

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South Africa Twenty20 squad: AB de Villiers (Captain), F Behardien, R Hendricks, I Tahir, D Miller, M Morkel, C Morris, M Mosehle (wkt), W Parnell, D Paterson, A Phehlukwayo, D Pretorius, T Shamsi, JJ Smuts.
We have also been impressed as a panel by the quality of players coming through our franchise and South Africa 'A' system and we are ready to give further opportunities to Andile Phehlukwayo, Mangaliso Mosehle, Jon-Jon Smuts and Dane Paterson who all made their debuts in the recent series against Sri Lanka.
Hy was ook reeds van vroeg in sy loopbaan saam met sy vrou en vakgenoot, Ria Smuts, verantwoordelik vir die saamstel van verskillende bloemlesings uit die letterkunde vir gebruik in die onderrig van letterkunde.
Jan Christiaan Smuts (1870-1950) Prime Minister of SA (1919-1924; 1939-1948) was the first South African to be regarded as an important psychologist internationally (Annin, Borig, & Watson, 1968).
Contract award: ridderkerk municipality - replace sewer loi / general smuts street.
If placed there, Gandhi -- walking determinedly forward with staff in hand -- would stand forever with Sir Winston Churchill and Jan Smuts.
The smuts are multicellular fungi, that are characterized by their large numbers of teliospores.
JAN SMUTS can star on a very quiet day of action by taking the Batleys Cash And Carry Handicap at Musselburgh.
While he has not won since claiming an amateur riders' event at Musselburgh in May, Jan Smuts has certainly been holding his own for trainer Wilf Storey, bouncing back from a mid-season low to be trouble the judge again lately.
Prof Smuts made use of this 'old Minute Book', often referring to it in his three important articles on the history of Classical studies in South Africa.
Ricardo Smuts, a theological advisor to the bishops' conference.
Richard Cavendish writing about South Africa in 'Months Past' (September, 2010) concluded that neither Botha nor Smuts 'found a way to unite the British and Boer traditions or to bring Black Africans into the Union'.
The parallels between Jan Smuts and Bill Fulbright make for interesting and thought-provoking reading.
He begins and ends with two statesmen of the late British empire, South African Prime Minister Jan Smuts, who was a white supremacist and Anglophile, and Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, who used the UN as a forum for combating imperialist rule.