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The limited scholarship analyzing these traits in connection with ancestral groups allowed for minimal bias during analysis, with the exception of the bifurcation of the spinous processes (Asvat 2012; Cunningham 1886; Duray et al.
De acuerdo con la clasificacion propuesta, el tipo de cabeza accesoria hallada con mayor frecuencia fue la 3b (la ubicada inferior y medialmente en el brazo y originada en el intervalo entre la insercion del musculo coracobraquial y el origen del musculo braquial), que se presento en el 78,6% de los musculos accesorios encontrados, en concordancia con lo reportado en estudios previos (Asvat et al; Rincon et al.; Rodriguez-Niedenfuhr et al.; Ilayperuma et al.; Lee; Nasr & Hussein, 2013).
Asvat et al [9] South African black 20.5% South African white 8.30% 7.
Not only does it lead to better adjustment (Shebib, 2014; Steffen & Merrill, 2011) and resiliency for Canadian Muslims who identify strongly with their heritage culture and religion (Asvat & Malcarne, 2008; Ellis et al., 2010), but also the acknowledgement by practitioners that culture is not an obstacle to be overcome promotes a stronger working alliance that respects clients' wishes and elevates the needs that clients consider important (Ahmed et al., 2011; Arthur & Stewart, 2001; Ratts et al., 2015).
Not even the conjecture that she might have been involved in the slaying of Dr Abu-Baker Asvat, the medical practitioner in Soweto, prevented her resurgence as a major political figure.
After the first shipment was discovered, former director of the Panamanian police Ebrahim Asvat said the arms shipments raised a national security alert.
Derek Walcott, Farouk Asvat, Amrita Pritam, Jayanta Mahapatra or Black
Thus, discussions taking place in South Africa in the early 1980s about the usefulness or not of a local form of 'magical realism' have vanished; Farouk Asvat's chillingly provocative poetry collection A Celebration of Flames, critical of the internecine conflict among the oppressed during that decade, evinces no interest apart from its bibliographical mention; trade union and worker initiatives in poetry are ignored; Mzwakhe, possibly the most popular and well-known poet in South Africa even today, does not even get into the bibliography.
Abu Baker Asvat, allegedly because he had seen the badly beaten Stompie shortly before the teenager died and had refused to corroborate her story.
Cyril Mbatha, 29, said Winnie gave him the gun to shoot dead Abu-Baker Asvat telling him it would be for the "cause of our country." Police blamed Asvat's death on a robbery attempt.
The publication of Farouk Asvat's Celebration of Flames in 1986 in particular put before readers an overtly political poetry which (despite Asvat's obvious commitment to the struggle against apartheid) was not content with superficial moralizing or two-dimensional political descriptions and utterances of support for anti-apartheid initiatives.