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preon

(ˈpriːɒn)
n
a hypothetical component of a quark
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Witness Helon Oloo said they salvaged a few things.
The frightening magnitude of Abacha's brutality has been indexed and made accessible to the reading public in: Helon Habila's Waiting for an Angel (2002), Ogaga Ifowodo's The Oil Lamp (2005) and Homeland and Other Poems(2008), Ademola Dasylva's Song of Odamolugbe (2006) and Joe Ushie's A Reign of Locusts (2004).
Still, despite the turn-of-the-century image of Nigeria offered by authors in the diaspora such as Chimamanda Adichie, Ben Okri and Helon Habila, "very little has been written about [modern Nigeria] in a straightforward, nonfictional but personal way" (Bures 2012).
Dailey, Helon Dobbins, Shaunmarie Alexandra Dotson, Jessica Kate DuBose, Jason Lee Edwards, Alicia Angelica Guzman, Lauren M.
156), it is not clear exactly how this is done in novels such as Helon Habila's Waiting for an Angel and Benjamin Kwakye's The Sun by Night.
Within this landscape, new publishers and imprints are also beginning to emerge--Cassava Republic Press' digital romance imprint, Ankara Press; Jungle Jim's pulp fiction magazines; and Paressia and Helon Habila's crime and spy fiction imprint Cordite Books, are just a few examples.
2001; White and Blackwell 2003; Seamans and Helon 2006).
The project of contesting dehumanizing, stereotypical notions of Africa and Africans on the Internet has proven to be closely tied to what Helon Habila has identified as a "post-national" turn in African literature, whereby a new generation of writers "liberate[s] itself from the often predictable, almost obligatory obsession of the African writer with the nation and with national politics" (viii).
Among the perspectives are storyteller of the savannah, Toni Morrison at the 2000 African American Institute Award, diary of a belated encounter, Achebe on the crisis of identity in colonial Africa, a priceless encounter with a gentle voice, the matrix of womanhood, the passing of a comet, the path to his undying legacy, Helon Habila's interview of him, revisiting the poetry and prose of Things Fall Apart, footholds in the flood of history, a stage adaptation of his A Man of the People, and how to write about Africa.
Also arrested was the boarding house owner, Helon Delotavo, who denied knowledge of the cyberpornography operation.
De igual forma, Blackwell, Schafer, Helon & Linnell (2008) determinaron que las modificaciones fisicas y manejo de lagos o estanques, los metodos de tratamientos de aguas artificiales y sinteticos y escenarios hidrobiologicos son efectivos para minimizar el uso de zonas de alimentacion de las aves.
It is with the forgoing background that we can understand the entry of Helon Habila into the narrative canvas of Nigeria, a country often misgoverned by its ruling forces.