MUNGA


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MUNGAModel United Nations General Assembly (UN simulation event for students)
MUNGAMehrzweck Universal Geländewagen Allradantrieb (German: multiple use universal all-wheel drive off-road vehicle)
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Munga had asked the court to issue a restraining order against the Wa Iria.
Early this month, Wa Iria chose a business expert and environmentalist to replace Munga as the chairman of Muwasco.
The greater Yakka Munga structure has a number of other potential subsidiary closures and a large deeper closure in a down flank position that is interpreted to have Ungani Dolomite as its potential reservoir section.
The city side then scored through Leighton, Campbell and Munga and Brian, who completed his hat-trick to make it 5-0 and secure his side's place in the final.
Contact: Hunga Munga, 801-473-9134; www.hunga-munga.com
The first archaeological excavations in today's sense of the word took place in 1989, as a water pipeline was established at Munga Street (Fig.
A plan to adapt a Kenyan novel for the screen is in development with South African producer Steven Markovitz--part of an initiative by Markovitz and Congolese helmer Djo Munga, dubbed ImagiNations, to produce six films based on contemporary African novels.
For example, the weapons segment includes pictures of everything from arrows (said to have been first used in Africa), to the formidable "hunga munga," a metal and wooden axe with a curved blade and a balanced short handle that could be hurled "to make it spin as it flew through the air toward an enemy." This same implement was also used for farming and construction.
Then, the doubles combine of Rupesh Kumar and Sanave Thomas crushed Victor Munga and Patrik Kibet 21- 5, 21- 5 to hand the home team an easy win over the Kenya pair.