Chaga

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Noun1.Chaga - a Bantu language spoken by the Chaga in northern Tanzania
Bantoid language, Bantu - a family of languages widely spoken in the southern half of the African continent
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Mr Kihamba advised couples to settle their differences with family members, LCI officials or other relevant authorities, while locals condemned the act, saying the suspect would have waited since she had just delivered by Caesarean.
That kihamba is broadly both a model of and a model for culture underscores that such crises as Chagga have experienced have not been wrought solely on the cellular level--say, in compromising the immunological function of individual bodies--but are also crises of the moral and collectively social.
A kihamba visited in Arisi had a large 30 m by 10 m vegetable plot growing beetroot, lettuces, egg plant, cauliflowers, various seedlings, and even grapes.