IMANI

AcronymDefinition
IMANIIntegrated Minority AIDS Network Inc.
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It is even possible that, due to the actions of Imani and her unscored classmate Diego, the program will never fully launch.
Imani capped the run when she converted a fast-break layup with the defense coming at her.
"We deserved to win because we worked hard for it," insists Imani, a pupil at Archbishop Blanch, who was only 10 at the time of the announcement.
"I (write) everything down, which has allowed me to hone in on my ministry and understand my calling for life," explains Gadsden, 54, who serves as pastor of Imani African Christian Church.
"We don't need to sing, 'We shall overcome.' We don't need to draw equal signs between those two movements," said Imani Henry, a New York activist and black female-to-male transsexual.
Mohammad Vosoogh Imani, 46, used a lighter to ignite his fuel-covered body and ran towards the Embassy, where police used fire extinguishers to douse the flames which had engulfed him.
Mr Imani was last night being treated in Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford, where his condition was described as 'stable'.
Imani the grasshopper convinces the Ancestors to pour the gift of music upon the earth.
Finally, there is the slow and beautifully lyrical Imani (faith), encouraging faith in oneself, family and God.
One is "things break down," and maybe others are "apartheid," "praise song," and "imani." One can overlook this because of poems like "auction block," in which Green returns to the theme of slavery and "conjures" something insightful and energetic, moving the reader into the realm of historical compassion and soul-felt anger.
Imani, the winner of four handicaps this term, can strike again in the Reprocolour Fillies' Handicap (2.40).
Imani is one to have on your side in the Tote Scoop6 Stakes at Brighton today.