umu


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umu

(ˈuːmuː)
n, pl umu
(Cookery) NZ another name for hangi1
[Māori]
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Umus herbicido toksiskumas pasireiske atliekant tyrima su auksciausia 20 mg/kg glifosato koncentracija.
2) After UMU of the BDP platform has integrated and analyzed the above information, the repairing squads' capability vector and the faults' demand vector are obtained.
5 litre engine, and comes with a four-speed automatic or five-speed manual transmission gear box, while the bigger and more executive Umu has a 2.
Ngaa dinner umu akwukwo na "When I attended students' faculty or other dinner at the faculty or associations" (Former igwe other assoc1at1ons" of the students) iii.
This was probably more along the lines of the Hangi or Umu that is found in the traditional Maori and Polynesian cultures and is still practiced today.
Caption: Carrying her month-old daughter, Umu Maiga starts a cooking stove at a camp for displaced people in Mopti, Mali, June 8.
Her father, Professor Chukuka Okonjo, is an Obi (King) from the Umu Obi Obahai Royal Family of Ogwashi-Uku.
Yoshinori Ishii, head chef at UMU in London, has been visiting several communities to speak to fishermen about how they can improve the quality of the fish they sell on to markets and restaurants.
Sdi's past experience includes working in Paris and London setting up chef-driven, Michelin-starred restaurants, including The Greenhouse and Umu.
Natives of the Middle East, Iran and Turkey have always enjoyed snacking on them and using them in their cuisines as well as in warm drinks (qahwat lowz, moghli) and particularly in desserts (Baqlawa, umu Ali).
Birmingham-based chefs from Purnells, Simpsons and Turner's attended the glitzy VIP reception along with other well-known celebrity chefs from The Fat Duck, Umu, Maize and Rhodes Twenty Four.