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The suspect took the knife and stabbed Matroos once on his left side of the neck and the knife got stuck in the deceased neck,' he said.
This is exemplified in an iconic central figure in this story: Herman Matroos, the son of an escaped slave who fought with the British in the War of the Axe, which pitched Xhosa against settlers.
Ballades soos "Malbroekie", "Die jonge matroos", "Ou tante Koba", "Klaas Geswind en sij perd", "Die steweltjies van Sannie", "Die jonge Dupree", "Op Hartebeesfontyn", "Daantjie, jy moet huis te kom" of "Die trein na Pretoria" sal sonder moeite deur menige Afrikaanse kind opgeroep kan word.
49) en die voyeuristiese beskrywing van die ooglike matroos in Fassbinder se Querelle.
The same follow-up questionnaire included questions adopted from the work of Magnus, Matroos, and Strackee (1979) on health and physical activity over the past year.
(82.) The 1622 translation reads "'matroos' seyde hy (want soo noemen de schip-lieden malkanderen) ...," but the odd translation "matroos" (sailor) makes the parenthesis otiose and pointless.
[6.] Kok FJ, Matroos AW, van den Ban AW, Hautvast JGAJ.
A statement availed to Nampa on Friday said a victory for the Brave Warriors will take them over the line and into the final round of the qualifiers to face either Mozambique or Madagascar and Samaria have one notable change to the squad that traveled to Moroni last week with Black Africa prolific striker McCartney Naweseb making the final list with Young Brazilians Revered Matroos dropping out while number one goalkeeper Ratanda Mbazuvara retains his position.