SEKU

AcronymDefinition
SEKUShotokan of England Karate Union (UK)
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Both Seku and Iano occupy the lowest rung of these transnational criminal flows.
For example, contrast specimens from Banggai and Seku for gill raker counts:
El deseo de independencia politica de las islas y de avances socioculturales relacionados con lineas imaginadas o reales afrocaribenas se reivindicaron en los textos de gran cantidad de jovenes escritores como Enrique Muller, Diana Lebacs, Eric LaCroes, Yerba Seku, Mario Dijkhoff, Rene Rosalia, Frank Booi, Siegfried Silvanie, Gibi Bacilio, y el no tan joven pero igualmente critico, Guillermo Rosario.
"No body has been arrested or killed for political activity to my knowledge" Bereket Simon, Ethiopian government communication minister told Reuters "Authorities will investigate the documented names." "Our preliminary investigation indicates that these people are in real crime" he said adding "we can't release criminals because they are opposition members" EPRDF spokesman Seku Toure to his side said that the opposition parties have yet to present grievances through established channels.
In 1965 Mobutu Seso Seku assumed power in the Congolese state.
The desire for political independence of the islands and for sociocultural developments along factual and imagined AfroCaribbean lines was demanded in the texts of a host of young writers such as Enrique Muller, Diana Lebacs, Eric LaCroes, Yerba Seku, Mario Dijkhoff, Rene Rosalia, Frank Booi, Siegfried Silvanie, Gibi Bacilio, and, less young but not less critical, Guillermo Rosario.
It was later allowed to collapse by ruler Seku Amadu, who wanted to create a new mosque of his own design.
The Kelabit motivation to work hard (do' seku 'al) is generated by the desire for bountiful harvests, which generate security and wealth, and for many people, prestige.
Nada nos dice que los tiranos no terminaran por caer en esta red: ya paso el tiempo en que Seku Toure anunciaba a Amnistia Internacional que la aplastaria como un mosquito.
This linguistic equivalent of bonsai gives us a wealth of gems, from the world-famous Pokemon `pocket monster' to machines like erebeita `elevator,' terebi `television' and pasu-con `personal computer'--not to be confused with maza-con `mother complex.' As Japanese women slowly become aware of their rights, it's increasingly common to hear complaints about seku tara `sexual harassment' and sutorukazu `stalkers,' while prime minister Mr.