Maravi


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Ma•ra•vi

(məˈrɑ vi)
n., pl. -vis, (esp. collectively) -vi.
a member of any of a group of African peoples living mainly between the W and S shores of Lake Malawi and the lower Zambezi River.
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Peter Kalaya, Northern Region police spokesperson toldThe Maravi Postthat Mr Fay left the resort at around 8pm on Wednesday to escort the manager home on foot.
In the wake of elections more such operations would be undertaken by us," said SP Sukma DD Maravi (ANI)
Concholepas concholepas has a large foot, which is popular seafood and an important economic resource (Rabi & Maravi, 1997).
Ethnicities included Ambanivolo, Ambalambo, Andrantsay, Antaisaka, Antalaotra, Antanosy, Antasimo, Hehe, Betanimena, Maninga, Marvace Sakalava, Bisa, Ekoti, Kamanga, Lolo, Makonde, Makua, Maravi, Mrima, Yao, Ngindo, Nyambe, Nyamwezi, Sagara and Sena.
The map records encounters along the way with Zulu, Maravi and Manganja peoples, caravans and traders.
Poornima Maravi [1], Vijay Verma [2], Lovely Kaushal [3], Abhjeet Patil [4], Chandraprakash Ahirwar [5]
Adicionalmente, cabe mencionar que el sumak kawsay es una cosmovision que puede ser remplazado por otra ideologia, ya que por mucho tiempo que perdure un paradigma tiene su vigencia asi como su caducidad (Maravi, 2000) y en este caso depende mucho de quien estuviese dirigiendo el destino del pais; mas aun si la ley de la dialectica o la de los opuestos se cumple, tarde o temprano se producira un reemplazo de modelo que adoptara o desechara algunos elementos que considere no encuadren en su nueva ideologia, porque aun sigue teniendo un debil eco.
This species was found in previous reports for the Parque Nacional Cerros de Amotape (Encarnacion & Cook 1998, Maravi et al.