Sardan


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Sar´dan


n.1.(Zool.) A sardine.
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The Songhay and the Zarma similarly recognize hot and cold illnesses (Olivier de Sardan 1982; Stoller and Olkes 1987).
The Vietnamese were taken to Balugo Pier in Masinloc town, also in Zambales, where officials of the Zambales Provincial Anti-Illegal Fishing Task Force were waiting, said chief petty officer Felix Sardan, commander of the Philippine Coast Guard substation in Masinloc.
The DPO further told he had sent on May 3, requisite documents including a copy of FIR, Photographs, warrant u/s 204 CrPC and proforma dully filled in, in respect of the accused named Arif Khan son of Tor Khan resident of Irum Colony Mardan and Ali Khan son of Sardan Khan son of Muhallah Allah Dad Khel Hoti along with their passport and CNIC numbers to the authorities concerned for placing their names on Exit Control List (ECL) and arrest them as and when noticed.
Amplement analyses par une vaste litterature scientifique (Olivier de Sardan 1995; Atlani-Duault 2009, par exemple) et parfois de facon radicale (Ferguson 1990), de tels modeles sont reproduits, transmis et imposes comme faisant autorite dans un monde globalise.
14) These individuals are less involved in daily problem-solving networks, and their influence is, as Olivier de Sardan (2005) observes in his study of development agents, strongly linked to their capacity for partnership and negotiation with outside parties.
In non-Western societies, however, similar practices are treated as evidence of corruption (de Sardan, 1999).
By Rida Sardan ANKARA, May18 (KUNA) -- United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was delight that His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah accepted an invitation to attend World Humanitarian Summit, which will be held in Istanbul next week.
Olivier de Sardan, Jean-Pierre (1995), Anthropologie et Developpement.
For example, despite standard rules against corruption and formal institutions for prosecution, civil servants in many African states engage in systemic corruption (de Sardan, 1999; Craig and Porter, 2006).
Postcolonial studies and the political economics of development assistance provide interesting insights into how recipient governments can employ their political skills including the "ruse" to sabotage undesired governance reforms (Hibou, 1999, Chabal and Daloz 1999, Bayart 1999, Olivier De Sardan 2004).