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amate

(əˈmeɪt)
vb (tr)
to be a match to or for (someone or something)to dishearten (someone or something)
adj
disheartened
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Mohammed Amate, CEO, Mining Cadastral Office, Nigeria
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He is the recipient of the school's Freedom Award, presented for overall outstanding achievement and academic turnaround, and is president of AMATE (African American Males Aspiring to Excel).
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Steve Kquofi and Peace Amate from the University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana, carried out a study on the significance of Akan proverbs.
The result, said program director Ryan Lents, was Amate House, an archdiocesan volunteer program that places 30 or more young men and women a year as full-time volunteers in local Catholic schools, social service agencies and other organizations serving in Chicago's poorest areas.
Guadalajara, Jalisco: Secretaria de Cultura Jalisco: Ayuntamiento de Zapotlan El Grande: Ayuntamiento de Guadalajara: Instituto Cultural Ignacio Dacvila Garibi: Editorial Amate, 2009.
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