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Awon Abbas said that the problems of deserving persons would be resolved on priority basis and no lethargy would be tolerated in providing them best health care facilities.
Omo iku baba gbogbo abiyamo Oba awon oba O gbe okunkun aginju bi aso ile oba o gbe eje awon ota re bi ade to n dan Saanu fun wa bi igi owu siliki ti i saanu faginju bi idi se n saanu fun awon eye Awon ilu n sinmi ni atelewo re ni aini iwon ati elege Mabaaje Ayanmo wa n be lowo re Sakoso re pelu isora bi opa ileke re.
Owoniyi: E ma binu awon oga ni mo fe ri Gbadebo Mo ti gbo, se eyin naa mo ilu ti a wa yii, enu ofifo kii dun namunamu, eg?unje lo laye2 Owoniyi: Don't be angry, I came to see your boss.
The judge adjourned the trial until June 26, as demanded by defence lawyer Dhao Al-Mansouri Awon, who said he and his client needed more time to study the case files.
We need more resources and if the government can help us in terms of materials and finance then it will be very beneficial for us," said Awon Keishing, president, Punshi Mangal Self Help Group.
While Tevez has been AWON - absent without neck - City's campaign has gone from mad to worse and Tuesday's defeat at Everton means they could well finish the season potless, as I almost certainly will.
(5) Hebrew words include ovan ('sin'), from Hebrew 'awon (15) solami well-being'); melax-e hamovet (Angel of Death'), found also in Judeo-Isfahani as melax movat (Ebrahimi, 40), from [??] (cf.
Bottom, basketmaker Mandy Coates with Awon Roberts LLANDUDNO Crowds flocked to the popular Celtic Winter Fayre in Madoc Street from Thursday to Sunday.
He is the author of such collections of poetry as Arbye Akewi (I and II) (1973, 1975) and Arofo Awon (Omode (1975).
Henry Tennsend released Iwe Iroyin fun Awon Ara Egba ati Yoruba (The Newspaper for the Egbas and Yorubas ) in Abeokuta.
He followed this with the publication of Awon Arofo Orin ti Sobo Arobiodu ati ti Oyesile Keribo both performed in the arungbe poetic form of the oro cult of the Egba (Isola 1988).