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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MARAVI, ALFREDO, "Breves apuntes sobre el problema de definir la originalidad en el Derecho de autor", Cuaderno de Trabajo, Lima, cicaj-pucp, 2010, 16; disponible en: http://departamento.
Luis Nicanor Maravi Arias, en representacion de cinco mil ciudadanos (demandante) c.
Poornima Maravi [1], Vijay Verma [2], Lovely Kaushal [3], Abhjeet Patil [4], Chandraprakash Ahirwar [5]
The Maravi Post quoted police as saying he had been shot in the face, shoulder and chest.
The name Malawi comes from the Maravi, an old name of the Nyanja people that inhabit the area.
However, it is never clear whether this is partly the reason Punalada, one of the prison gang leaders along with Rosita and Maravi, feels the need to torture and martyr him until he loses his mind.
Archaeological excavations at Mankhamba, Malawi: an early settlement site of the Maravi.
Let us stop the charade and accept that we are, at best, undertaking an exercise in futility," the Maravi Post newspaper said in an editorial.
Political parties: Democratic Progressive Party (DPP, ruling party), United Democratic Front (UDF), Malawi Congress Party (MCP), Alliance for Democracy (AFORD), Malawi Forum for Development (MAFUNDE), Maravi People's Party (MPP), New Rainbow Coalition (NARC), New Republican Party (NRP), People's Progressive Movement (PPM), People's Transformation Party (PETRA), Republican Party (RP), and Congress for National Unity (CONU).
The groom, Ramesh Maravi, his father Roop Singh Maravi of village Subhariya, the bride and about 25 other men escaped death as they were travelling in a jeep.
Maravi, NIGELP, super frank, DeLorean, frankiebunn, mfernandes, bwykes_771, DarrenDavidson29, ketamine and CK49495 - you're clearly good people.