MAWO

AcronymDefinition
MAWOMobilization Against War and Occupation (Canada)
MAWOMen Against Women Organization
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Eight villagers were buried after the landslide hit Mawo Village near Bijie City at 12:50 pm, according to an official with the publicity bureau of Bijie's Qixingguan District, which administers the village, Xinhua reported.
This literally explains the saying 'b 'obinrin mawo ko gbodo wi.
Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Suzanna of Juneau, Alaska, and Teri, Cheryl and Lisa, all of Salt Lake City; three sons, Victor and Andrew, both of Ketchikan, Alaska, and Todd of Tooele; four sisters, Cheryl Mawo of Hyattsville, Md., Kathy Griffin of Bullhead City, Ariz., Nancy Couture of Junction City and Marianne Ledford of Ketchikan; a brother, Bill of Toledo; and numerous grandchildren.
Survivors include two sons, Raymond of Tooele, Utah, and Bill of Toledo; four daughters, Cheryl Mawo Rocca of Hyattsville, M.D., Kathy Griffith of Bullhead City, Ariz., Nancy Couture of Junction City and Marianne Ledford of Ketchikan, Alaska; and 13 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
approximately 33 000 mAWo transfer for use scaffold.
approximately 16,500 mAWo transfer for use scaffold.