Komati


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Komati

(kəˈmɑːtɪ; ˈkəʊmətɪ)
n
(Placename) a river in southern Africa, rising in E South Africa and flowing east through Swaziland and Mozambique to the Indian Ocean at Delagoa Bay. Length: about 800 km (500 miles)
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Tenders are invited for Mk ii improvements to komati kunta , ananthagiripally (v) wargal(m) siddipet district
Chandrababu Naidu and the Government of Andhra Pradesh, alongside the Special Representative for North America, Shri Jayaram Komati," read a press note.
Securities and Exchange Commission, affirmed Berg Water Project's (BWP), Vaal River Eastern Sub-System Augmentation Project's (VRESAP), Mooi-Mgeni Transfer Scheme Phase 2's (MMTS-2), Komati Water Scheme Augmentation Project's (KWSAP) and Mokolo Crocodile Water Augmentation Project Phase 1's (MCWAP) National Long-Term Ratings at 'AA+(zaf)', with Stable Outlooks.
7 billion ($158 million) Komati Water Augmentation Scheme, which has a pipeline construction component.
From information about his patrons and contemporaries that Vamana Bhatta Bana provided in many of his works, it can be demonstrated that this poet worked in Vijayanagara's court during the 1380s and later in Kondavidu under King Peda Komati Vema (r.
There seem to be some good signs behind the scenes with regards to the kidnapped in Azaz," said Hizbollah Political Council Vice Head, Mahmoud Komati.
In a September 2010 interview with Thanassis Cambanis, Mahmoud Komati, the deputy chief of Hezbollah's politburo, admitted that while his movement hoped to develop independent revenue streams, it had not reached 50 percent self-sufficiency yet.
In Mozambique I have visited seven radio stations: Cascatas, Komati, Xinavane, Moamba, Muthyiana, Voz Coop, Maria.
We came today, we planted some trees, and then they will grow bigger and the view will be nicer, we will breath more oxygen C* Just a simple change would be great," said Sirine Komati, a 21-year-old student from the Lebanese American University.
They (the students) were tagged with some sort of monitoring system placed on their ankles," Jayaram Komati of the Telugu Association of North America told a private Indian channel.