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KADUKenya African Democratic Union
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" Hema Malini drinks everyday, but does she commit suicide?" Kadu said.
(7.) Kadu, I.K., Studies on fruit rot of chilli (Capsicum annuumL.) incited by Colletotrichum capsici (Syd.) Butler and Bisby in Maharastra state.
24 per kilogram, thori Rs 36, Kadu Rs 20, Lady finger Rs 44, cabbage Rs.
At the time Mboya and his colleagues in KANU were having a hard time retaining members of the so-called minority communities who had ganged up to form the Kenya African Democratic Union (KADU).
There are dozens of acronyms and abbreviations (KANU, KADU, ECK, CRPPK, NPPPP), the total number reaching fifty.
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La lucha por la liberacion de Kenya, desarrollada por los partidos Kenya African National Union (KANU, Union Nacional Africana de Kenyal y Kenya African Democratic Union (KADU, Union Democratica Africana de Kenia) tenia como principal existencia la liberacion de Kenyatta.
With: Ruth de Souza, Milton Goncalves, Tais Araujo, Lea Garcia, Maria Ceica, Thalma de Frietas, Danielle Ornellas, Rocco Pitanga, Zozimo Bulbul, Kadu Carneiro, Jonas Bloch.
The meal consists of seasoned rice, bread, lamb/chicken or beef (often shish kabob style) topped with yogurt, and lots of vegetables like carrots, squash or kadu (sauteed pumpkin), raisins and dates, and a dessert of firnee (a chilled cornstarch pudding topped with pistachios).
The second party, the Kenya African Democratic Union (KADU), united a diverse set of local associations that represented minority ethnic groups joined by the fear of domination by an exclusive Kikuyu-Luo postindependence government.
Next, in 2015 the results of the P3KLL study showed the average lead level (Pb) in the blood of 60 elementary students around a used battery smelting plant in Kadu Village, Curug District, Tangerang Regency was 39.18 micrograms / dL.
From the foregoing, Kadu was a firm believer of decentralisation of the State, noting that the British colonial government had annexed more than half of the country from so-called 'development' supported decentralisation of the State and its apparatus or agencies.