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WATAWorld Association of Arab Translators & Linguists
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"What you have there is something special, and it's worth a pretty good chunk of change if it's authentic," Deniz Kahn, Wata Games CEO, told Amos.
The students of KVTC were the only ones representing Pakistan at the 17th WATA Para-Taekwondo Championship held in Osaka, Japan on 21st April 2019.
"Beyond the artistic and historical significance of this game is its supreme state of preservation," says Kenneth Thrower, co-founder and chief grader of Wata Games.
Meanwhile, Agha Syed Hasan expressed grief over the demise of party activist, Mohammad Abdullah Mir of Wata Magam and condoled with the bereaved family.
This water is referred to primarily as 'piya wata' ('pure water') by residents of Niamey, a name whose origins are explored later in this article.
The first stopover had been in the town of Tannourine el Tahta, where Aoun inspected the rehabilitation and expansion project of Tannourine el Tahta-Tannourine el Fawqa Road, which begins in Tannourine el-Tahta, passing through Wata Houb area and far-reaching to Tannourine el-Fawqa.
Organized by Dyani Douze and Ali Rosa-Salas, "MAMI," an exhibition of work by five artists and one collective--all woman-identified artists of color--was an "offering" to the water deities known as Mami Wata. Often depicted as half-female, half-fish, Mami Wata were central to the precolonial matriarchal spiritual systems of West and Central Africa.
"The Syrian fighter jets carried out many combat flights over the militants' positions near the villages of Ruweisat al-Malek, Dahret Ard al-Ghadr, Ruweisat Wata al-Sendian, Ruweisat al-Jouz, Nahshaba, al-Zweiqat, al-Sheikh Abdulla, al-Ruweisat Mountain, Abu Ali Mountain, al-Baidha and Ard Qartab valley, and targeted them heavily," the sources said.
For the Bembeya song spoke about Mami Wata, a water-inhabiting woman who was half-goddess and half-human and who was often confused with the mermaid found in European mythology.
Presidents District Bar Associations including Mohammad Ashraf Wata Khel from Mianwal,Rana Intizar Ahmed from Bhakhar and Ansar Hayyat Naich president DBA Khushab also addressed the ceremony.
In one clash, six militants were killed after security forces repelled their attack on security checkpoints in Wata Pur district of eastern Kunar province in the morning.
There are 17 chapters: introduction; still animation as an alternative means of (re)telling Ananse stories to Ghanaian children; continuity and discontinuity in traditional African narrative ethics; as old Janus saw; storytelling; hiplife music and rap in Ghana as narrative and musical genre; Jan Conny; Ikuum story and Laimbwe history preserved in Cameroon; recounting history through linguistics; the African animal in oral tradition, Africanism and postcolonialism; telling poetry, narrating songs; Esan folktales as expression of art and history; dreams, expectations, and experiential realities of street children in Accra, Ghana; folklore; researching the motif of Mami Wata; the saga of an archive of storytelling in Ghana; travel in folktales and the folktale as travel.