WATU

AcronymDefinition
WATUWestern Approaches Tactical Unit (British Navy; UK)
WATUWestern Approaches Tactical Unit (US Navy)
WATUWriting Across the University
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In 2016, Swiss-Belresort Watu Jimbar scooped Bali's Leading New Resort award, while Swiss-Belhotel Tuban was named Bali's Leading 4-Star Hotel at the Bali Tourism Awards, which made this year's awards a double-win for both properties.
A newly acquired horse is thus ja muzi, a 'new horse', while a 'new stone'--meaning, for example, a stone recently obtained to serve some purpose--is watu muzi--In this instance, Nage express the opposite condition--being 'old'--with olo.
In "Watu Wote," people of different religions risk their lives for each other.
Watu called for identifying the tourism assets, taking inventory of them and building on them to make them attractive even as she insisted that ''We must consume and exhaust our resources in our country and continent.
"Watu Safaris is thankful to all the customers served and it is because of them we are honored that our company have earned the 2017 TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence.
To Los Palos: Lohele Lalobo Ba Tekain Liu: To Tekain Liu: Derok Hun Uma Klaran Derok Hun Uma Klaran iha Watu Karabau.
Appendix--General population sample characteristics Region (n=553) Northland 4% Auckland 33% Waikato 9% Bay of Plenty 1% / Gisborne Hawke's Bay 4% Taranaki 3% Mana watu / 5% Wanganui Wellington 11% West Coast 4% Canterbury 13% Otago 5% Southland 2% Gender (n=553) Female, 52% Male, 48% Age (n=553) 15-24 17% 25-44 32% 45-64 32% 65+ 18% Note: Table made from bar graph.
Watu wa Industrial Area, watoroka maharagwe Waenda hotelini, kwa chapati na ng'ombe Na wengine nao, wale mishahara juu Siku hiyo wote, kwa hoteli za wazungu The people of Industrial Area abandon beans They go to hotels for chapati (8) and beef And others who earn high salaries That day they all go to European hotels Industrial Area of Nairobi city is home to most of Kenya's industries and offers employment to thousands of citizens.
Watu wa Gehenna ("People of Gehenna", 2012), the latest novel by Olali and the latest-to-date contribution to the realm of 'new' novel in Swahili, in its 'architectonics' differs from the previous one and bears much closer resemblance to the texts by Olali's peers and predecessors, since its structure is based on the same main elements-- the human world (again, the world of the future--the action spans from the year 2045 to 2050) and another world, the Gehenna.
Larry Hamm, who was in high school at the time, can still recite the words he remembers hearing at a ceremony in 1971: "Si si watu, weusi watu wazuri, pamoja tu tashinda, Pamoja tutashinda.
One potential user wrote in response, "I still can't believe it, finally us students (watu jobless) can get a machine running on Android and at least have something to faunt about in campus grounds" (Daynis, 2010).
To understand the real meaning of respect mentioned, we have to understand the word "Watu azzarhu and watawuqqrhu" used in this below-mentioned ayah.