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chamisa

(ʃəˈmiːsə)
n
a deciduous shrub with silver-blue leaves and yellow flowers that bloom in autumn
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The Bureau of Land Management Rio Puerco Field Office plans to conduct an approximately 300 acre prescribed fire within the Ignacio Chavez and Chamisa Wilderness Study Areas from January to March, weather permitting.
Nelson Chamisa, deputy leader of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, added: "This is a great moment for the people of Zimbabwe.
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Chamisa (2000) suggest that IFRS adoption is easier for the developing countries with an Anglo-Saxon culture.
And those ubiquitous yelloe chamisa bushes that assail the sinuses.
Biti and his group announced the suspension of Tsvangirai, his deputy Thokozani Khupe, Abednico Bhebhe, Morgan Komichi (Deputy Chair), Douglas Mwonzora (Secretary for Information) and Nelson Chamisa (Organising Secretary).
Chamisa (2000) have examined the international standards' role in improving the quality of financial information produced for a stock market in the developing countries.
For example, the next oldest person in the government is the administration secretary for Mugabe's Zanu-PF party, Didymus Mutasa, who is 78; while other officials like Media, Information and Publicity minister Webster Shamu and Information Communication Technology minister Nelson Chamisa are 67 and only 33, respectively.
Some of Mugabe's supporters suspected the MDC of being a Western-funded puppet, Agyemang comments, something MDC spokesman Nelson Chamisa denies in the film, and some feared Tsvangirai would reverse the land policy if elected president.
The installation of the fibre optic cable network connecting Zimbabwe's capital Harare with Beitbridge via Bulawayo will be completed by November this year, according to Nelson Chamisa, Zimbabwe's minister of ICT.
Political issues have to be resolved," said Nelson Chamisa, spokesman for Tsvangirai's party.
In terms of stopping the economic haemorrhage, we have succeeded," Nelson Chamisa, the MDC spokesman, told the Reuters news agency before the indiginisation law was announced.