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shamba

(ˈʃamba)
n
(Agriculture) (in E Africa) any field used for growing crops
[Swahili]
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Mohammed Abdullah Shamba, told the state-run "26sep.
A mention must be made of Kashinath Shamba Lolienkar (a pseudonym) who has given some extraordinary poetry to Konkani literature.
Kids have grown up, the house or shamba may be built, and business or professional life may be stable.
George Orwell's, 'Animal Farm' has become Shamba la Wanyama and Katama Mkangi's 'Betrayal in the City' is Usaliti Mjini and Ngugi wa Thiongo's 'Devil on the Cross' has become Shetani Msalabani.
Basu also wrote such novels as Amritakumbher Sandhane and Shamba.
How economical would a coffee shamba of only half a hectare divided into seven, be for each of the better educated children after their parents pass on?
Under the law in force in Georgia, we don't even have the right to breathe without permission from Tbilisi," Abkhazia's foreign minister, Sergei Shamba, told Russian Interfax.
Indian Reserve Battalion's Police constable, Shamba alias Dipak Jhalmi and two of his accomplices, Paresh Saju Gaude and Sanjay Rama Jhalmi were arrested for allegedly sexually exploiting a fifteen-year-old minor for over three months.
Sergei Shamba, foreign minister of Abkhazia (also occupied by Russian forces during the Aug.
00am, then lives for the market to sell her milk and a tittle vegetables from her small Shamba.
Everything is developing according to plan," Sergei Shamba, the foreign minister of the de facto government in Abkhazia said on Vesti-24 television.