Motorolaa[euro](tm)s 802.1lnn MWAN
solution is based on the AP 7181 access points.
mon lalang maternel i al avek mwan
partou; a sociolinguistic study on attitudes towards Seychellois Creole.
Welfare officer Mwan
Kilapi last saw the mother in March.
(6) Tobacco, in short, is construed as a 'good thing' (mwan
With further contributions in the Fon language of Benin from Africando regular Gnonnas Pedro; in Creole by Eugene Shoubou of Haiti; Adama Seck singing in Wolof; Puerto Rico's Joe King, and Ronnie Baro, in Spanish; and of course Congolese Lingala from Nyboma Mwan
Dilo and Emeneya Kester, Martina epitomises the ideal of a reunited Africa.
Fortunately in Giles' Dictionary my reference to the char[a]cter [mann] has been faithfully preserved, and students will please remember that this character belongs, to the man (not mwan
) class, and not to the wan class.
At Maison Christian Mwan
ga, 26 lively boys ages 6 to 12 greet visitors with songs and a tour of the Spartan premises.
Win forgets to tell that since at least 1430 C.E., when the Muslim Sultan of Bengal helped to restore the fleeing Arakanese king - Narameikhla (Maung Saw Mwan
) to the throne a very sizable Muslim population had thrived in Arakan, who later held important government positions.
FTER the war Basil joined iGhs Athe company which made the tins for the biscuit firm Huntley, Bourne and Steven, working his way up to the position of managing director.