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Maa·sai

 (mä-sī′, mä′sī)
n.
Variant of Masai..

Ma•sai

or Maa•sai

(məˈsaɪ, ˈmɑ saɪ)

n., pl. -sais, (esp. collectively) -sai.
1. a member of a traditionally pastoral African people of the upland steppes of S Kenya and NE Tanzania.
2. the Nilotic language of the Masai.
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National Disaster and Management Unit boss Pius Massai is appealing for donations especially mattresses and blankets for the affected officers.
Rainey plans to source a Massai selection propagated from other vineyards and hopes to include a selection from Leidenfrost Vineyards down the road.
maximum genotypes were evaluated: 14 advanced accessions tagged PM30 to PM43; four artificial intraspecific hybrids PM44 to PM47; and six cultivars Aruana, Vencedor, Milenio, Mombaca, Tanzania and Massai.
Otro ejemplo lo encontramos en L'escola secreta de Madame Dudu (La escuela secreta de Madame Dudu, Colom, 2002, 48) donde el protagonista tanzano, massai de origen, vive con su familia en las cabanas.
While he might instead have featured a scribe preparing manuscript copy for Jaggard's compositors, we do have abundant evidence of an editorial function in the early modern printing house (see Sonia Massai, Shakespeare and the Rise of the Editor [Cambridge, 2007]).
In World-Wide Shakespeares: Local Appropriations in Film and Performance, edited by Sonia Massai, 40-46.
This time, he has spent a year following the epic journey of over two million wildebeest as they make the 650km trek from The Serengeti in Tanzania to the Massai Mara in Kenya, and back again.
And this time, Ben Fogle has spent a year following the epic journey of more than two million wildebeest as they make the 400-mile trek from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Massai Mara in Kenya, and back again.
Natalie Shah, Marketing Manager of the Tanzanite Foundation, said that tanzanite originates from the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro where it was discovered by chance by Massai tribesmen in 1967.
Azzari C, Moriondo M, Indolfi G, Massai C, Becciolini L, de Martino M, et al.