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AJAHAmerican Journal of Ancient History
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The mean moisture content of cashew nuts was 6.04% with "Ajah" (5.0%) and "Obalende" (8.6%), having the lowest and highest moisture content.
Ken and Kobi Saththi yanathan, Nitharsan Ravi, Inthushan Sriskantharasa and Gurushanth Srithavar ajah, 18 to 27, of London, died weeks later in August.
On the contrary, Ajah and Nmadu [24] found labor to be positively influencing maize output.
Hamzia Ali Ajah, Department of Biology, College of Science, AL- Mustansiryia University, Baghdad, Iraq.
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Mum-of-four Lindsey Ajah, 33, who lives opposite to the house raided, said: "I watch Jeremy Kyle all the time, I see what crack cocaine does to people, I know what that stuff does to your body.
3.30-6pm Duck Thieves, Nim Chimsky, Loon Inc, Ajah UK ?
According to Ajah (2012) observed alarming rates of repeats, carry-overs and drop-outs among undergraduates.
in Ajah 2012: 10) characterizes the early Maghrebian novels as 'mediocres et decevants' (mediocre and disappointing), saying that between 1920 and 1945, Algerian writers published a dozen of them; e.g.
"A tremendous percentage of the people in the military are trained in-depth in technical disciplines that relate to teleconnnunications," said Nowlan, whose organization coordinates the American Jobs for America's Heroes (AJAH) Campaign to connect National Guard members, veterans and military spouses to careers in the private sector.
Amin, Ajah (2001) Rural Poverty and Agricultural Development in Cameroon.