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inanga

(ˈiːnʌŋə)
n
1. (Animals) another name for the New Zealand whitebait2
2. (Plants) a common type of New Zealand grass tree, Dracophyllum longifolium
[Māori]
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The county's Public Health Director Mutabari Inanga said they had received reports of the disease outbreak in Muthara and Karama at the onset of the Easter holiday.
Kasiva Mutua, the only female percussionist in Kenya, Rwanda's Sophie Nzayisenga, the first female player of the ancient instrument Inanga, and Egypt's homegrown Dina el-Wedidi have been among the Nile Project's longtime collaborators.
All the aunties have mentioned how bountiful the awa was--eels, flounder and inanga. Aunty shares a story about her dad catching between "140 and 160 flounder in one night" for a wananga at the pa for Labour Weekend; something that you probably couldn't even imagine today.
The longer bank vegetation that has resulted from the trial has improved the bank cover for fish and the habitat for inanga (whitebait) spawning.
Desde la postura de Inanga y Schneide (2005), la investigacion en contabilidad se entiende como un proceso sistematizado y metodico, orientado hacia la indagacion de un determinado fenomeno especifico, para descubrir nuevos hechos o analisis criticos de los conocimientos existentes.
It supports decreasing the level of fraudulent activities within organisational operation and internal controls system, depending on their control environment and the function (Badara & Saidin, 2013; Sudsomboon & Ussahawanitchakit, 2009; Amudo & Inanga, 2009).
Other fields found by MPN and developed include Inanga, Ufan, and Yoho.
Relationship between fish size and metabolic rate in the oxyconforming inanga Galaxias maculatus reveals size-dependent strategies to withstand hypoxia.
In-stream habitat suitability criteria for feeding inanga (Galaxias maculatus).
In this regard, several scholars have devoted themselves to discuss this, without however reaching any consensus, not even apparently (ANNISETTE, KIRKHAM, 2007; BELL, FRECKA, SOLOMON, 1993; HARMER, 2009; KACHELMEIER, 2002; MACHADO, 2008a, 2008b; MARSHALL et al., 2010; NJOKU, HEIJDEN, INANGA, 2010; PIERRE et al., 2009).
This gap is particularly noticeable in the accounting context because the field has epistemological peculiarities that must be considered during the teaching and learning process (Njoku, Heijden, & Inanga, 2010; Pierre, Wilson, Ravenscroft, & Rebele, 2009; Kachelmeier, 2002; Bell, Frecka, & Solomon, 1993); notably, these include understanding and evaluating students' motivational levels because only then is planning to explore and encourage motivation in the classroom possible.
However, in the case of Ivory Coast, financial liberalization mainly took the form of privatization of banks, restructuring and bank liquidation, as well as the strengthening of the banking supervision regime (Inanga and Ekpenyong, 2002).