AGWU

AcronymDefinition
AGWUArtisans General Workers' Union (Mauritius)
AGWUAgricultural and General Workers Union
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Icha and Agwu (2015) opine that these channels have gained more than one billion users worldwide in less than two decades of existence.
(22) 2013 United Kingdom Harder MT y Wenzel GW (23) 2012 Canada Ifeoma I y Agwu A.
Citation: Eke FN, Odo GE, Agwu JE, Anya CB (2017) Fecundity and Condition Factor of Clarias anguillaris of Oguta Lake, Nigeria.
The field of education has started to perceive that ecological analysis in strategic planning is compulsory in demand to retain with a specific responsiveness to the quick dynamic environment (Agwu, 1992; Busler, 1992; Williams, 1992; Hall, 1994).
Costa-Campos, L, Elisabetsky, E., Lara, D.R., Carlson, T.J., King, S.R., Ubillas, R., Nunes, D.S., Iwu, M.M., Nkemjika, C.O., Ozioko, A., Agwu, C.O., 1999.
Agwu, "Effects of animal manures on selected soil chemical properties," Nigeria Journal of Soil Science, vol.
Our older sister Nene went to a federal government college in another city, but my older brother Agwu, younger sister Rebecca, and I went to a secondary school owned by an African-American woman married to a Nigerian.
Most patients who manifested with PNS used traditional healers and faith healers as their first treatment options, and they also had longer DUPs; this may be explained by the cultural belief of the Igbos in agwu, which is characterised by oddities of behaviour of insidious onset and attributed to the malevolent activities of deities on an individual who has refused to serve the deities.
Seniors Giovante Swenson and Samuel Agwu could also step in, along with junior Francisco Vazquez.