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"Meringe owes Somo four heads, three from the dysentery, an' another wan from a tree fallin' on him the last fortnight.
"Yes, and there's two heads more that the Arangi owes Somo," Van Horn nodded.
The row of stones might have been longer, had not Ra Undreundre unfortunately received a spear in the small of his back in a bush skirmish on Somo Somo and been served up on the table of Naungavuli, whose mediocre string of stones numbered only forty-eight.
Somo identifies, trains, funds and mentors entrepreneurs looking to drive social change by building enterprises in their own low-income urban communities.
With a passport arranged by Kabasele, the godfather of Congolese music, he took the Somo Somo name and inspiration east to Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya and, eventually, Europe.
(We don't see their sincerity whenever a SOMO or ceasefire is declared both from their end and from the government.)
In her new role, Somo will lead the expansion of testing, auditing and certification services on a global scale for the plumbing certification program, which includes faucets and mechanical and plastic plumbing parts.
Although the Bill to amend SOMO has yet to tabled, it is deemed to have come into force on January 1, 2018, while its enforcement came into being three days ago.
The SOMO chief noted that the Kurdistan region debt issue is obstructing the resumption of the oil exports via Turkey.
The head of Iraq's state-oil marketer Somo said that Iraq will seek to corner a greater share of Asian markets through a new joint venture strategy.
"The flawed SOMO report contains a number of unsubstantiated and incorrect allegations regarding tax," London-based Rio said in an emailed statement.
Meanwhile, SOMO's Director General Alaa al-Yassiri said that the agreement opened a new export gateway for Iraq that is useful for the country's economy and will boost Iraq's economic ties with its neighbors.