limba


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limba

(ˈlɪmbə)
n
(Plants) the West African tree Terminalia superba or its wood
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The fatality, identified by police as Salaban Limba alias "Kaka", 43, a resident of Block 1, Purok 13 Brgy.
Anghelescu, Nadia (2009), Identitate araba: istorie, limba, cultura [Arab identity: history, language, culture], Iasi: Polirom.
There are more bullets flying over 57-year-old Limba Luge than patrons coming to her store, but she still chooses to reopen every day to maintain a sense of normalcy.
According to Limba Reddy, DCP Task Force, West zone task force police, raids were conducted with the help of District Medical Officers (DMO) and found 46 surrogate mothers concealed by the hospital authorities by offering them a heap of money, owing to their poor economic background.
Me han regalado un par de tops lenceros preciosos de Black Limba, que estoy deseando ponerme.
Jurnalul Oficial al Uniunii Europene--Editie in limba romana (2010), 53, ,March 30, C 83, pp.
O alta categorie este cea a imprumuturilor din limba turca: boia/boieli (make up) (<tc.
The custom interior cabinetry and paneling of zebra and limba wood is by Brochsteins.
After the 2012 London Olympics, Lim was hired back on the insistence of the archers themselves, who felt that previous chief coach Limba Ram did not have the requisite technical knowhow to make a positive difference.
Court (2010), Un dictionar al Bibliei (traducere din limba engleza de Anca Irina Ionescu), Bucharest: Lider.
Atuou como professor-associado na Catedra de limba romana ci lingvistica generala, da Universitatea Alexandru loan Cuza' din Iaci (2009).

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