Fonge

Fong´e


v. t.1.To take; to receive.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Fonge, "Medicinal plants of Aguambu-Bamumbu in the Lebialem highlands, Southwest Province of Cameroon," African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, vol.
(2) For ensample, bi my sawe Sop mow 3e fonge Of iubiter.
For example, he changes "fonge" to "fonde" in "Come and drynk and metes fonge." (36) "Fonde" is a more common word, though the Middle English Dictionary shows that "fonge," after about (1400), appears mostly in northern works, suggesting that the Corrector is not from the north.
Richard Fonge, who has played an active role in the running of the show for the last 27 years, has been elected president, while the Rev Gordon Gatward has been appointed new show chairman.
Author's profile: Denis Fonge Tembong is working towards his Ph.D.
Fonge, Cultivating an Economic Crisis in Cameroon: The Rhetoric versus the Reality of Planned Liberalism, in THE LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE IN AFRICA: CAMEROON UNDER PAUL BIYA 337, 340-344 (John Mukum Mbaku & Joseph Takougang eds., 2004).
The scheme's administrator, Anna Fonge, said the non-exam course, which is held on Sundays, is aimed at teenagers who are serious about acting.
Fonge, Fuabeh P., Modernization Without Development in Africa: Patterns of Change and Continuity in Post-Independence Cameroonian Public Service.
He added: "Richard Fonge has been directing the show for the last 10 years and has always done a fantastic job so I've got big shoes to fill.
The 17-year-old failed to make it through the heats of the 100m freestyle yesterday as he posted a below par 52.87 seconds at Ponds Fonge.
PARTNERS: Paul Doherty from Rix Petroleum (second left) with Kenilworth Show organising committee chair Cynthia Mold, show secretary Penny Poulter and director Richard Fonge.
Farmer Richard Fonge became so exasperated by the sordid shenanigans in the shady dells of Roughknowles Wood, off Crackley Lane, near Kenilworth, that he agreed to unleash a couple of dozen Tamworth porkers.