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Breast cancer has affected so many lives, including my mother's," says GoMacro cofounder and CEO, Jola Sonkin.
Harkening back to a story told by Daniel Laemouahuma Jatta in "The Cutting Room Floor" extra included on The Librarian and the Banjo, Tony Jatta and Theresa Senghore discuss a historical Jola tale concerning the akonting.
Because the cost of a gut-rehab project that meets historic standards is always substantial, most homes like this in the city sell at a much higher price, according to Jola Whipple of Bumblebee Development, who has developed homes across the Chicago area.
BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the Kurdistan Alliance, Jola Haji confirmed the Kurdistan Alliance's determination to pass the law of administrative demarcation of the border between the provinces because it is one of the important laws to correct administrative situation in the country.
Holidaymaker Jola Wrzesinska, 52, of London, is staying directly above Apartment 5A and said she woke in a panic a few days ago after she thought she could hear noises downstairs.
2004 "Spaces of intertextuality / the intertextuality of space", en Jola Skulj y Darja Pavlic (eds.
Andres Fernando Jola Sanchez, Estudiante doctoral y associate instructor de Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Estados Unidos [andres.
The dearly loved husband of Myra, much loved dad of Ian and Philip, dear father-in- law to Jola and Deborah, proud taid of Jenny, Owen and Aled.
Natalia Escobar Escobar (1), Jairo Mora Delgado (2), Nestor Jaime Romero Jola (3)
For example, the bukut (or men's initiation) of the Jola people of Casamance region of southern Senegal is associated with rituals that illuminate gender complementarity.
Ethnic groups (2003 census): Mandinka 42%, Fula 18%, Wolof 16%, Jola 10%, Sarahule 9%, others 5%.
Circumcision" among Jola women in Lower Casamance, Senegal.