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asson

A rattle used by voodoo priests and priestesses to summon the “loa,” one of many vodoun gods.
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Contract notice: exploitation of assat, Asson, Coarraze and haut-de-bosdarros waste disposal centers
Tony Asson has been appointed Chairman of Trustees at Newport & District Agricultural Society after Robert Watson Jones stepped down from the role.
En algunas zonas este tipo de defensa multiple es el mas frecuente como es el caso de Le Camp Romain (Saint Boes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques) o del recinto fortificado (castro) de Asson (Bern, Pyrenees-Atlantiques) (Larque, 1997: 71, 72) (11).
Maiken Worsoe Rosenstierne, Frederik Schaltz-Buchholzer, Fernanda Bruzadelli, Asson Co, Placido Cardoso, Charlotte Svaerke Jorgensen, Johan Michiels, Leo Heyndrickx, Kevin K.
And his friend Craig Asson posted on the Birmingham Mail Facebook page: "RIP brother, thank you for the hundreds of memories.
for whom there was no master adept enough to award him the Asson" (the rattle of the high priest).
rum made from sugar cane juice) first to the four cardinal points, then over the corpse to cleanse it; he shakes his asson (i.e.
(12.) Hermenegilde CHI ASSON, << Moncton et la renaissance culturelle acadienne>>, Francophonies d'Amerique, 16 (2003), p.
Inter Boys: Into Boys 100m George Asson 11.3, 200 George Asson 23.2, 400m Joe Milton 50.7, 800m Matthew Wigglesworth 1:59.1, 1500m James Taylor 4.07.7, 3000m Callum Seymour 9:47.3, High Jump Lewis Williams 1.55, Long Jump David Jones 5.69, Triple Jump Jack Davis 11.92, Shot Andy Porter 9.74, Discus Jacob Beesley 32.8, Javelin Sean Ratchford 45.89, Hammer Will Leising 35.9.
And it was a similar story for Stoke Coventry's Brian Pearson as he showed plenty of dash and sparkle to take his first two ties but up against Warwick & Worcester's Paul Asson he was pipped at the post in a 21-18 defeat.
Season ticket holder Tim Asson went to the match with sons Matthew, aged six and James, aged nine.
Detective Sergeant Geoff Asson said: "These gangs often use intimidating tactics, banking on the idea that if they have started work householders will let them carry on and finish, then pay them extortionate monies for valueless work.