AKOR

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AKORArmanen Knights of Runes (Woodstock, GA)
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Akor (2009) equally determined the influence of University librarians' leadership style on the job performance of professional librarians in university libraries in North Central Zone of Nigeria.
The maximum levels of Cd and Cr (32.3-58.9%) were observed at exchangeable fraction at AKOB and AKOR sampling sites.
I didn't even stop to think about what would happen if Akor had caught me.
Haji Kako Zai mentioned to the commission the name of a killed person called Babrak and the names of missing persons each one Aman son of Gula Khan from Bahram Kahil tribe, Zaman son of Shir Zaman from Dawlat Zai tribe, La Khabar son of Rahem Del form Akor Khail tribe, Almar son of Gul Mar from Hussain Khail tribe.
The study also supported the view of Akor (17) who formulated a policy decision that established a rural health service for the training of "health center superintendents."
The 37-year-old Eugene resident took control of the race early and finished in 2 hours, 32 minutes and 17 seconds, more than a minute and a half ahead of runner-up Mary Akor of Gardena, Calif.
Alexander Johnson Akor, Rivers State University of Science and Technology
Dr Dickson Akor of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Dr Stephen Akuma of National Conscience Party ( NCP), Dr Emmanuel Ayua of Young Peoples Party (YPP) and Mrs Ene Edeh of Peoples' Trust (PT) were also quoted to have committed to peaceful elections in their respective statements.
In the view of Senah, Adusei and Akor (2001:1), the main objective of colonial contact and eventual domination of Africa was to: "Win territories, convert 'heathens' to Christendom and to trade in spices and precious metals.
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