The murder was said to have happened centering long enmity about jhut business between Kewa
Pashchim Khanda and Baherchala areas.
4, I visited the Kewa
Pueblo, just north of Albuquerque, N.M., at the invitation of former APHA President Michael Bird, a member of the pueblo.
His brother Kewa
Ram recalls how Beenja Ram " acted like a mad man" for the first two days after his return home in the last week of June.
In addition, Genel has stakes in licenses for the Dohuk, Ber Behar, Kewa
Chirmila and Chia Surkh blocks, which in total are thought to hold 7.5 billion barrels of oil.
Josephides (anthropology, Queen's U., Belfast) explores how Kewa
people of the New Guinea Highlands use autobiographical narratives and accounts of interactive encounters to create their culture and their own place in it.
For instance, in languages, such as Kewa
(Papuan) and the Australian language Tiwi, in which aspect (nuclear) and tense (clausal, or in early accounts peripheral) are expressed as separate inflections, aspect always occurs closer to the verb stem than tense.
We spend the evening at a restaurant, familiarising ourselves with gut-defying dishes like kewa
datsi (potato and cheese) and ema datsi (chilli and cheese) which are both made predominantly with chilli.
kotu 'Muschel' < * kavatu < * kapatu < * kapardu (KEWA
Josephides, Lisette 1985 The Production of Inequality--Gender and Exchange among the Kewa