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LGALotteries and Gaming Authority (Malta)
LGALocal Government Association (UK)
LGALocal Government Area
LGALand Grid Array (Intel CPU socket technology)
LGALand-Grid-Array
LGALarge for Gestational Age
LGALocal Government Authority
LGALow Gain Antenna
LGALuganda (language)
LGALattice Gas Automata
LGANew York, NY, USA - Laguardia (Airport Code)
LGALow Gestational Age (pediatrics)
LGALow Grazing Angle
LGALiving Group Advisor
LGAChrysler Corporation Loan Guarantee Act of 1979 (US Congress)
LGALinderman Group Architects, Inc. (Chester, PA, USA)
LGALynne Gilfillan Associates, Inc.
LGAL-Glutamic Acid
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The interviews were all taped and transcribed into Luganda and then English before analysis.
The release of a few vernacular hits and the good reception they enjoyed introduced a new generation of Luganda rap.
In the Luganda language, the term 'omusujja gwe ensiri' translated as fever caused by mosquitoes was used to mean malaria.
Dans ces ebimeeza (tables rondes en luganda, egalement appelees parlements du peuple), les orateurs sont engages dans des pratiques de distinction par rapport a ceux qu'ils appellent les 'hommes du commun'.
The vowel elision pattern that obtains in Nambya is similar to the elision processes that have been reported to be common in some Bantu languages such as Bemba, Chichewa, IsiZulu, Luganda, SiSwati, Tsonga, Cinsenga and Xhosa.
In Luganda, the language of the Baganda in Central Uganda, obuntu means being humane and refers to the same characteristics (Wikipedia, 2009).
4 LUGANDA SWAHILI & OTHERS ZAMBIA 240,583 37 LUSAKA ENGLISH 12,600,000 2.
Uganda has had a perennial challenge to Kiswahili largely emanating from the Baganda who resist the language as foreign and one which would replace the dominance of their own Luganda.
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The first song I was helped in writing was Butterfly, which was in Luganda, so I needed to get some assistance in that and I told someone this is what I want, so they did it for me.
In both Luganda and Lusoga (the two dominant languages in Jinja, along with English) the word for environment--butonde--refers to the natural and manmade environment surrounding an individual, including not only atmospheric, terrestrial, aquatic and built environments but also the social or political context and way of living.