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FNBULubango (Angola airport code)
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El enfoque experimental del presente articulo, que se implemento para detectar las limitaciones epistemologicas actuales en la utilizacion de las tecnologias computacionales en la carrera de Licenciatura en Educacion Matematica, especificamente en las provincias de Bie, Huambo, Lubango y Luanda fue la recoleccion de datos cuali-cuantitativos para diagnosticar la situacion actual que incluye cuestionarios, entrevistas y observaciones a clases en actividades investigativas desarrolladas por los alumnos-alumnas, con una edad comprendida entre los 20 y 34 anos a traves de la asignatura Ecuaciones Diferenciales e Integrales.
In addition to Luanda, data from nine stations in Angola were digitized for ERA-CLIM2: Mossamedes (now Namibe), Cabinda, Dundo, Malange, Vila Lusa (now Luena), Lobito, Nova Lisboa (now Huambo), Sa da Bandeira (now Lubango), and Mavinga.
In Chapter 5, Williams depicts the 1980s 'spy drama' in Lubango, Angola, locating it within the camp as a social space.
Medicine courses in Angola by province, year of creation and type of institution University Province Date of creation Public/Private Organization Agostinho Neto Luanda 1963 Public Jean Piaget Luanda 2000 Private Instituto Superior Luanda 2008 Public Tecnico Militar Katiavala Bwila Benguela 2008 Public 11 de Novembro Cabinda 2008 Public Lueji A'Nkonde Malange 2009 Public Jose Eduardo dos Huambo 2009 Public Santos Mandume ya Lubango 2009 Public Ndemufayo Source: Adapted from reference 31.
Durante o periodo estudado, a maior parte das publicacoes era dada a estampa em Luanda, mas Castro Lopo enumera ainda as publicacoes sediadas por todo o pais: Mocamedes, Novo Redondo, Benguela, Malange, Dalatando, Sa da Bandeira (Lubango), Silva Porto (Bie), Santo Antonio do Zaire, Lobito, Nova Lisboa (Huambo) e ainda da Missao Catolica do Bailundo.
This fascinating study presents insights into the realities of the camps under the administration and control of SWAPO of Namibia since the mid 1960s until Independence in 1989/90, at locations in Tanzania (Kongwa), Zambia (the Old Farm, Oshatotwa and Nyango) and Angola (Cassinga and Lubango).
At least 24 people, many of them children, died and dozens were missing in Angola after a flash-flood swept through a market in the southern city of Lubango, state media said on Thursday.
Of the appeal's nine signatories, six were presidents of continental bishops' conferences: Gracias of Bombay, India (Asia); Cardinals Peter Erdo of Esztergom-Budapest, Hungary, and Reinhard Marx of Munich (Europe); Cardinal Ruben Salazar Gomez of Bogota, Colombia (Latin America); Archbishop Gabriel Mbilingi of Lubango, Angola (Africa); and Archbishop John Ribat of Port Moreseby, Papua New Guinea (Oceania).