Mafa


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Noun1.Mafa - a Chadic language spoken south of Lake ChadMafa - a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad
Biu-Mandara - a group of Chadic languages spoken in the border area between Cameroon and Nigeria south of Lake Chad
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Ms Mafa said the company believed that women were capable hence the need to support them so that they could have more input in the community.
After undertaking research and perfecting a manufacturing process using a special resin, Miss Mafa can now shape, mould and style cow muck into designer furniture.
See "Bein yadi risala al qaeda ila mawqih mafa al siyasi," muslm.
The Nigerian government said on Monday that Gambaru alongside several other towns in the region including Mafa, Mallam Fatori, Abadam and Marte had been liberated from Boko Haram.
The Nigerian army, which has been criticized for failing to crush the six-year insurgency, had also recaptured Mafa, Mallam Fatori, Abadam and Marte towns, the government in Abuja said.
edu): Associate Professor of Africana Studies, California State University, Dominguez Hills; Mafa Kwanisai Mafa (cdemafa@gmail.
In the second section we have made an evaluation of MAFA using various datasets.
The attack on Azaya Kura village occurred on a busy market day, Shettima Lawan, chairman of Mafa district council said by telephone.
Thirty teenage girls and boys have been kidnapped since Wednesday from villages around Mafa town, 40 kilometres (25 miles) from the Borno state capital, Maiduguri, the local government chairman Shettima Maina told reporters.
Top left, Abigail Guffick and, inset, Oliver Clinton and Theo Mafa 130214TALENT_04 KATIE LUNN
14) MafA (Beta cell nuclear MusculoAponeurotic Fibrosarcoma oncogene family A) interacts with Pdx-1 and NeuroD1, and stimulates pancreatic B-cells to produce insulin--particularly when glucose levels are high.
Roots with m-f: mafa 'pass, brow of a hill', mafu 'grated taro baked and cut into small pieces (n pl)', mafu 'fat of the breast of a pidgeon (n)', mafua 'tempting food .