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 (o͞o-nä′mē, yo͞o-năm′ē)
n. pl. Unami or U·na·mis
An Algonquian language of the Delaware, originally spoken in central and southern New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, and northern Delaware.
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"Uncas, the son of Chingachgook," answered the captive modestly, turning from the nation, and bending his head in reverence to the other's character and years; "a son of the great Unamis."*
The key challenge for for us here and for UNAMI is: how can we best support Iraq as it seeks to rebuild and strengthen the state following the defeat of Daesh?
It had expressed full support to UNAMI and ICRC efforts in this regard and affirmed that these issues still main part of UNAMI jurisdictions.
The report by UNAMI showed 477 Iraqi civilians were killed in Iraq in acts of violence since the start of this year, a drop of 76.3 percent compared to 2,014 people killed in the same period in 2017.
I probably won't ever change the name here (at Unami) and will probably have the two rolls (at Unami) forever.
In an earlier statement, Kubis, who heads UNAMI, strongly condemned a terrorist suicide bombing at a popular market in a southwest neighbourhood of Baghdad in which a number of civilians were killed or wounded.
According to casualty figures released by UNAMI, a total of 1,325 Iraqis were killed and another 1,811 were injured in acts of terrorism, violence and armed conflict in August 2015.
Since I last briefed the Council, UNAMI has recorded a minimum of 1,200 civilians killed and more than 2,000 wounded as a result of armed conflict or terror attacks.
UNAMI said the most violent city was the capital Baghdad, with 329 civilians killed and 875 wounded.
According to UNAMI, last year was the deadliest in Iraq since 2006-2007, with a total of 12,282 people killed and 23,126 wounded.
UNAMI said at least 1,101 people were killed in December, capping the most violent year for Iraq since 2007, when sectarian bloodshed between the Shiite majority and Sunni Arab minority was at its peak.