Susu


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Su·su

 (so͞o′so͞o)
n. pl. Susu or Su·sus
1. A member of a West African people inhabiting parts of Guinea and Sierra Leone.
2. The Mande language of the Susu.

susu

(ˈsuːsuː)
n
1. (Anthropology & Ethnology) a variant form of sou-sou
2. (Banking & Finance) a variant form of sou-sou

Susu

(ˈsuːsuː)
npl -su or -sus
1. (Peoples) a member of a Negroid people of W Africa, living chiefly in Guinea, the Sudan, and Sierra Leone
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Mande branch of the Niger-Congo family
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Project-based training at SUSU is based on an interdisciplinary approach: to implement a project, a team of students from different programs, with varying levels of training, is formed.
Susan Phifer Johnson, known as Susu, is CEO of The Johnson Collection, which encompasses 1,200 objects that chronicle the cultural history of the American South.
Susu Mu told the court he was introduced to a Cambodian woman known as Lam Sart by a Japanese woman known only as Nagary in August 2016.
cruzi susu RPMI 1640, M199 ve SIM kultur ortamlarinda uretildi ve 18'inci gunden itibaren uc besiyerinde de parazitin form degistirdigi, amastigot forma donustugu tespit edilmistir.
There are four main hydrothermal fields: the PACMANUS field, DESMOS caldera (23 km east of PACMANUS), SuSu Knolls field (40 km east of PACMANUS), and Solwara 12 (3.7087[degrees]S, 151.8833[degrees]E, near Station 18B) [22, 35, 38-40] (Figure 1).
Its spread includes adobong balot, kare-kare, fried tawilis, tinolang susu (snail), and lechon kawali replenished with fresh servings every half hour.
22 June 2017 - US-based juice bar operator Jamba, Inc.'s (NASDAQ: JMBA) current franchisee, SuSu Hospitality Group, LLC, has acquired 13 company-owned stores and signed a ten-unit development agreement, to nearly double Jamba's footprint in the Chicago market, the company said.
-JAMBA FRANCHISEE SUSU HOSPITALITY BUYS 13 COMPANY-OWNED STORES IN CHICAGO MARKET
"I love ducks so much, that's why I've drawn one and named her Susu" Salma Said
Abstracts and full papers explore the Mande language group in West Africa from the perspectives of lexicography, corpora, and concordances; comparative studies and typology; Manding and Mokole; Southern Mande; Eastern Mande; Soninke-Bozo and Susu; and Southwestern Mande.
Emily Ann Cangco describes in Capampangan the scene of her photo titled "Bunbun" taken in Sasmuan, Pampanga: "Piyabe-abe sanga penasak magsilbing artificial reef; sulib la ding keng bangka, susu la mangalati pamangan sugpu." Translated in Tagalog it means: "pinagsasama-samang tinarak na sanga na nagsisilbing artificial reef; at mga (sulib) tahong ang mga nasa bangka at maliliit na suso, pagkain ng sugpo."