dika


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Synonyms for dika

African tree with edible yellow fruit resembling mangos

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Pula e e nthusitse re tlaa dika re robile go le gontsi e bile ke tlaa ja le bongwanake.
Irvingia gabonensis (sweet bush mango also known as Dika fruit) is an agricultural product common in the South western Nigeria.
Papua New Guinea's Dika Toua was promoted to the gold medal position with India's Santoshi Matsa and Swati Singh awarded silver and bronze respectively.
An attendant benefit of the timing was the trust created among the students and with their course instructor and which may have contributed to the participants' persistence in this exercise (Coleman, 1988; Dika & Singh, 2002).
Vera Dika has argued that Poe's work was a more critical component of a larger "recycled culture" in '70s film that included such nostalgic blockbusters as American Graffiti and Grease, noting the possible link between the Nouvelle Vague and the No Wave movement, for which Poe's films are often seen as a starting point.
The Council also urged Khartoum and Juba to seal an agreement on Abyei based on the proposal of the African Union panel on the two Sudans which calls to hold a referendum with the participation of the Ngok Dika only.
25) For an example of this in the context of Fifties nostalgia-busting, see Dika's discussion of the Marlboro Man anti-smoking campaign, Vera Dika.
He leaves his wife of 19 years, Laurel (Gerry) Ciprari, Florida; his three children, Cheryl Osimo-Cloutier and her husband William Cloutier of Barnstable, Gail Koumanelis and her husband Frank of Southbridge and James Ciprari of Dudley; ten grandchildren, Nealy Koumanelis Urquhart and her husband Matthew, Paul Osimo and his wife Katy Dika, Cara Osimo, Scott Ciprari and his fiance Lori Briggs, Michael Ciprari and his fiance Lindsey Powell, Lisa Ciprari and her fiance LCpl Matthew Logan, Angela Ciprari McInerney, Corinne Ciprari Fazio and her husband Christopher, Cole Ciprari and his wife Jessica and Louis J.
They are namely The private daily newspapers granted authorization are: Khit Moe, Pyidaungsu Daily (Union Daily), Shwe Naging Ngan Thit (The Golden Fresh Nation), The Emperor, The Messenger, Mizzima, Myanmar Newsweek, Nout Sone Nay Sin Htote Thadinsar (Daily Update), The Daily Eleven, San Taw Chein, Khit Thit Daily, Yangon Times, Myanmar Dika, D Wave, Pyidaungsu Athan and 7 Day Daily.
Singh, Granville, and Dika (2010), for example, show that effort, a composite attitude measure including items on usefulness and interest, and time spent on homework displayed direct effects on mathematics achievement.
Her examination of cases considered by the Dika, the Supreme Appeals court, provides concrete illustrations of the impact of legal change, especially in relation to gender and class.
Hits of Kishore Kumar like Ena Mina Dika, Rafta Rafta, Mukesh's Kahin Dur Jab Din Dhal Jaye and Mohammed Rafi's sizzling hits set the mood for a great evening of entertainment for all.
A la suite d'un conseil de village par exemple, les gens de ce conseil disent << tond dika saardo >> (nous avons pris la decision).
La digresion "mitica" no es pues inoportuna, sino que despliega en imagenes un tema--no desplegado en si mismo--que, cuando recibe nombre aparte, es Temis, sagrada Piton y el ombligo de recta dika de la tierra (16).
Furthermore, Raja Chulan burnished his illustrious ancestor's reputation for brave adventures by descending to the bottom of the sea to discover an inhabited kingdom called Dika where he made the pacific acquaintance of a Raja Aftabu'l-Ardl.