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Meda Dau Doka or God Bless Fiji is the national anthem of Fiji.
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Although Kodava Takk is the language of the Kodavas and the Amma-Kodavas, it is also the mother tongue of some other communities such as Airi, Male-Kudiya, Meda, Kembatti, Kapal, Maringi, Heggade, Kavadi, Kolla, Thatta, Kodava Nair, Koleya, Koyava, Banna, Golla, Kanya, Ganiga, and Malay.
An alternative explanation of the name is from the Saxon leader Meda, whose followers were known as Medings, hence Medin ' ham, Medham, or Medmenham.
Etodolac is manufactured by Almirall Limited under the trade name Lodine SR and by Meda Pharmaceuticals under the name Eccoxolac.
Debre Zeyit is also home to the Ethiopian Air Force and the Harar Meda Airport ( ICAO HAHM, IATA QHR ), as well as a station on the Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway.
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On 17 August 1899 founded the Catholic weekly " The Citizen " ( director was the lawyer Filippo Meda ), still in operation.
With co-editor Meda Chesney-Lind, Mauer also published Invisible Punishment: The Collateral Consequences of Mass Imprisonment ( 2002 ), a collection of essays that examine the effects of imprisonment on families and communities.
Alternatively, Idomeneus was driven out of Crete by Leucus, who had seduced and then killed Idomeneus ' wife Meda and usurped the throne of Crete.
According to Karnataka Kodava Sahitya Academy, apart from Kodavas, 18 other ethnic groups speak Kodava Takk in and outside the district including Heggade, Iri, Koyava, Banna, Madivala, Hajama, Kembatti, and Meda.
This occasion signifies the sun's transit into the Meda Raasi ( first zodiac sign ) according to Indian astrological calculations, and represents the vernal equinox.
Gondar traditionally was divided into several neighborhoods or quarters: Addis Alem, where the Muslim inhabitants dwelled ( as mentioned above ); Kayla Meda, where the adherents of Beta Israel lived ; Abun Bet, centered on the residence of the Abuna, or nominal head of the Ethiopian Church ; and Qagn Bet, home to the nobility.
Meda Ryan's biography-the standard reference text on Tom Barry-states that Barry was born in Kerry to Cork parents, and the 1901 census records the Ryan family living in Killorglin at that time.
Sivananda Sarma and Meda Kasturiranga Setty of RSST were responsible for the setting up of RVCE in 1963.
Emperor Yohannes also convened a general council of the Ethiopian Church at Boru Meda later in 1878, which brought an end to the ongoing theological dispute in the local church ; Christians, Muslims and pagans were given respectively two, three and five years to conform to the council's decisions.
The organ shutters for the Cathedral of Milan were painted after 1590 by Ambrogio, Camillo Procaccini, and Giuseppe Meda, depicting the Passage of the Red Sea and the Ascencion of Christ.
Some years later, on the advice of St John of Meda ( d. 1159 ), they embraced the Rule of St Benedict, adapted by him to their needs.
Details relating to this reform are ill authenticated, the Acta of John of Meda ( Acta sanctorum, Sept., vii.
However, the Monza courts sold Mondial Moto SPA to another buyer on July 27, 2005: Biemme, another motorcycle firm located in Meda ( near Milan ) and owned by Piero Caronni ( the same man who bought from Rimini bankruptcy court the remains and the production right from Bimota for the then defunct Bimota V Due ), renamed itself as GRUPPO MONDIAL S. R. L.
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Other books on and by the Lost Boys include The Lost Boys of Sudan by Mark Bixler, God Grew Tired of Us by John Bul Dau, and They Poured Fire On Us From The Sky by Alephonsion Deng, Benson Deng, and Benjamin Ajak.
* John Bul Dau, one of the " Lost Boys of Sudan ", author of God Grew Tired of Us, his autobiography, and subject of the documentary of the same title
Dau and Fiji
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Dau Miu () is a Chinese vegetable that has become popular since the early 1990s, and now not only appears on English-language menus, usually as " pea shoots ", but is often served by upscale non-Asian restaurants as well.
The Stotsenburg pillars at their current locationThe entrance pillars to Fort Stotsenburg were originally located on what is now known as Dau Highway.
The largest barangay is Dau, which became a barrio in 1936 by virtue of Presidential Proclamation Number 1.
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More attention came with the publication of Dien Cai Dau ( Vietnamese for " crazy in the head "), published in 1988, which focused on his experiences in Vietnam and won the Dark Room Poetry Prize.
In one of the first Search and Destroy missions northwest of Dau Tieng, named Operation Attleboro, US report states that 155 U. S. soldiers were killed, while the North Vietnamese lost 1, 106.
In this approach, developed in particular by Dau, conceptual graphs are conceptual diagrams rather than graphs in the sense of graph theory, and reasoning operations are performed by operations on these diagrams.
For this purpose, he obtained in 1897 a concession from the government to establish an agricultural station at Suoi Dau.
Following the country's independence, streets named in his honor kept their designation, and his tomb in Suoi Dau was graced by a pagoda where rites are performed in his worship.
Realizing that it was time to drive the Mongols out, the Vietnamese launched a counter attack and won the decisive battle of Dong Bo Dau.
Salim ( Salim Dau ) used to explain to the children in the neighborhood the meaning of different words in Arabic and the show also included different famous Israeli guest stars, such as: the duo " HaDodaim ", Haim Moshe, Gidi Gov and Rotem Abuhab.
These were Bical, Bundagul, Dapdap, Dau, Dolores, Iba, Mabiga, Mamatitang, Mangalit, Matas, Mawaque, Paralayunan, Poblacion, Quitangil, San Joaquin, Santa Ines, Santa Maria, Sapang Balen, and Sapang Biabas.