ADOW

AcronymDefinition
ADOWAnimal Defenders of Westchester (New York)
ADOWApplication Delivery over WAN
ADOWAutomatic Dial Order Wire
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"This is a new thing that's coming in the continent - a hybrid transitional authority that has both military officials and civilians working together during a period of transition - so there are bound to teething problems, but then again many people in Sudan are still hopeful that they have come this far," Adow added.
Also at the press conference in Garissa town were CECs Adow Jubat [Trade], Habiba Nasib [Education], Abdi Omar [Transport] and several elders.
With download speeds of less than 1Mbps, Adow, a regular internet user as he is studying an on-line degree course finds it hard to do anything meaningful on-line, including accessing school work.
"He came back for many things, among them reconciliation among the insurgency groups and to help efforts to restore law and order in Somalia," Adow told The Associated Press.
"Saudi Arabia is a Muslim country and hijacking its ship is a bigger crime than other ships," Sheikh Abdirahim Isse Adow, an Islamist spokesman, told Reuters.
Local police chief Abdi Aden Adow said the 32-year-old woman and the 70-year-old man, had British passports and were of Somali origin.
Mohamed Adow, a resident of Border Point 1 said that the rubbish had become a health risk to residents due to the stench from the site.
Al-Jazeera's Mohammed Adow, reporting from Khartoum, said al-Burhan's demands appeared to have been heeded by protesters, with the mood among demonstrators in the capital on Friday "far more conciliatory than before".
class="MsoNormalThe authority, through its lawyer Mohammed Adow, said Ms Omollo can service her loans and pay her bills because "as far as we are concerned, she is a farmer in Siaya County".
Mohamed Adow, senior climate change advisor with development charity Christian Aid, said a delicate balance had been struck in crafting a fair premise for negotiations, opening the way to defining clear options for ministers to grapple with in Paris.
And Christian Aid's Mohamed Adow said: "We're also very troubled about the role the World Bank will play in the fund, because it has a poor record of protecting people and the environment."
Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow, reporting from Nairobi, the capital of neighbouring Kenya, said the resignation followed "pressure that had been building up on the prime minister for the past few months".