mganga


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mganga

(əmˈɡæŋɡə)
n
(Alternative Belief Systems) (in E Africa)a witch doctor or medicine man
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7 m, asi como una alta tolerancia a condiciones climaticas extremas, altas concentraciones de salinidad o acidez, y presencia de metales pesados (Paz-Alberto & Sigua, 2013; Mganga, 2014; Chavez-Rodriguez, 2015), lo que permite la estimulacion y el establecimiento de poblaciones de microflora tanto en rizoplano como rizosfera, que contribuyen a la degradacion de moleculas organicas (Uren, 2001; Bisht et al.
BH BHANG (HINDI) BW BWANA (SWAHILI) CS CSARDAS (HUNGARIAN) CW CWM (WELSH) MH MHORR (ARABIC) MR MRIDANG (SANSKRIT) MW MVULE (SWAHILI) MZ MZEE (SWAHILI) CZ CZAR (RUSSIAN) DH DHOBI (HINDI) DJ DJINN (ARABIC) DS DSO (TIBETAN) DV DVANOVA (SANSKRIT) DZ DZIGGETAI (MONGOLIAN) FJ FJORD (NORWEGIAN) GJ GJU (OLD NORSE) GW GWYNIAD (WELSH) HW HWYL (WELSH) JH JHALA (SANSKRIT) KH KHAN (ARABIC) KV KVASS (RUSSIAN) KW KWEZA (BANTU) LH LHERZOLITE (BASQUE) LL LLAMA (QUECHON) LW LWEI (BANTU) MB MBIRA (SHONA) MG MGANGA (SWAHILI) NG NGAIO (MAORI) NH NHANDOU (TUPI) PF PFENNIG (GERMAN) PZ PZAZZ (U.
Owned by: Nasser Abdullah Khalifa al-Attiya 3rd race: End Of Dreams (Adnan Hawa) 1, Country Wolf 2, Dubai Tiger 3, Mganga 4.
According to the company, the Minister of the Energy and Minerals of Tanzania, the Honourable William Mganga Ngeleja approved the transfer of 95% ownership of Gold Standard Tanzania to Ruby Creek.
On n'a qu'a compulser la trentaine de references au mganga chez de Heusch (2000) pour se rendre compte qu'il fait tout autre chose que de la medecine a son insu.
In the centre of Mombasa there are signs up for the Mganga - or witch doctor - who can be reached on his mobile.
Amateur Advanced: 1st Winner Thuraya Al Mansoori, 2nd Winner Maha Yousif Alammadi, 3rd Winner Mganga Haran
Those are two factors in my choosing Mganga in the 1m11/2f handicap at 5.
Individual musicians would also claim that a rival musician had been to the mganga (witch doctor) to bewitch the musician so that s/he could lose his/her voice or be unable to play his/ her specific instrument.
The mganga realizes that such persons cannot survive on their own and that their illness has probably caused problems among family and community members.