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a member of a Negroid people living chiefly in northern Nigeria

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the chief member of the Chadic family of Afroasiatic languages

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In my opinion, this is the first compelling evidence that silicene can be grown on silver," Michel Houssa of the Catholic University of Leuven (KUL) in Belgium, who was not involved in the new work, said.
Kar (physics, Indian Institute of Technology), Landheer (microstructural sciences, National Research Council of Canada), Houssa (physics, IMEC, Belgium), Misra (electrical and computer engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology), Van Elshocht (physics, IMEC, Belgium) and Iwai (micorelectronic engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology) have edited these papers for research physicists and engineers in the field who must deal with high-k gate dielectrics.
The second section offers us a parallel reading by Sarga Houssa of the Voyage en Orient as done by Lamartine and by Nerval, followed by Hisashi Mizuno's workmanlike analysis of Nerval's commentaries on Wagner's aesthetics: there is nothing particularly new in either paper.
8) In a similar instance, in June of 1874, the Trinidad Chronicle printed a brief and somewhat cryptic notice concerning the "DISBANDING" of the "last of the Houssa [sic] men.