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Mosha's volley in the 73rd minute was perhaps their best chance in the second half.
Mosha and G Bea, "Barriers of using Internet Resources in Higher Learning Institutions: A Case of Mzumbe University in Morogoro Region in Tanzania," in Information and Knowledge Management, 2014, vol.
Qaday J, Sariko M, Mwakyoma A, Kifaro E, Mosha D, Tarimo R, et al.
[30.] Shem M, Mosha F, Machangu R, Kambarage D and T Fujihara Bovine Mastitis in Zebu and Crossbred Cattle Under the Extensive Management System in Tanzania.
The researchers Neechi Mosha and Edwin Robertson showed that a weak recollection can make it easier for people to solve problems.
Other antinutritional compounds reported in sweet potato leaves are tannic acid and oxalic acid at levels of 491 and 470mg 100[g.sup.-1] respectively (MOSHA et al., 1995).
Plummer, M., Ross, D., Wight, D., Changalucha, J., Mshana, G., Wamayi, J., Todd, J., Anemona, A., Mosha, F., Obasi, A., & Hayes, R.
Mosha, "Relationship between habits and dental health among rural Tanzanian children," Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, vol.
Tomi Suzuki observes that the new notion of the shosetsu ("novel") as "the ultimate means of revealing the 'truth' (shinri) of life and the universe through the 'realistic representation' (mosha) of 'human feelings' or 'human nature' (ninjo)" spread rapidly among Meiji intellectuals (Suzuki 23).
"That would be like if Jeff Ross' first credit was a character named Mosha Gefilte Fish Streisand Ziegmillianberg.