agbada

ag·ba·da

 (äg-bä′də)
n.
A long, loose-fitting, often embroidered gown having wide sleeves and a hole in the center for the head, worn especially by Yoruba men.

[Yoruba agbádá.]
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Except when disagreement crept in between the duo and Omowura hit Adewole, who had gone ahead to form another band, as hiding what he called his spuriously produced vinyl, underneath his agbada, Omowura always sang panegyrics of a man he generously referred to as his Oga and egbon in the musical world.
The gunshot wound on the forehead may be unusual for suicide but it is possible,' Agbada said.
The middle unit, the Agbada Fm, is up to 4,600 metres thick and consists of shallower-water marine sands and lagoonal sands and shales.
Crude oil inundated soils were collected from Agbada field after a recorded incidence of oil spillage to ascertain the effects of the oil spill on the soil status.
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2010; Mualley, 2011; Igbatayo and Agbada, 2012; Aktas et al.
Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC) Joint Venture announced production of more gas from Agbada field in the Eastern Niger Delta in support of federal government's aspiration to increase domestic gas production for manufacturing and power generation.
In granting the motion, Agbada took into consideration the retirement of Geslani and the absence of objection by the accused despite the period granted to him by the court.
Sometimes, the agbada is accompanied by a hat, sewn from the same type of fabric, rendering the wearer a completely uniformed subject.
In his essay "Daughteronomy", Nwachukwu Agbada, commending the revolutionary action of Eaglewoman's daughters as a form of re-education, affirms that:
While it may have been possible for him to transform from khaki (military uniform) to agbada (civilian leader), it was a little difficult for him to accept and imbibe democratic culture.