donko

donko

(ˈdɒŋkəʊ)
n, pl -kos
informal NZ a tearoom or cafeteria in a factory, wharf area, etc
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Such names include Sumina (garbage); Donko (Slave); Kaya (Carrier of loads); Abirekyie (Goat); Dsaaseasa (the land is finished)" (Opoku 1973; Kofi 2006 cited Agyekun, 2006: 221).
Mike Danko, an aviation lawyer with Donko Meredith told CNN Money that some awards could be a whooping sum of anywhere from $6 million to $8 million.
Upon their arrival at the airport, the food aid consignment was received by Saudi Ambassador to Cameroon Mahmoud bin Hussein Qattan who delivered it to Director of Civil Defense Department at Cameroonian Ministry of Interior Jeel Dore Donko.
Her younger brother, Fidfaddu, is in charge of the bats and the donko birds.
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Donko is the superior, being thick-fleshed with cracked caps (because it is slow-growing and has the best flavor).
Names such as Donko [slave], Sumina [dumping ground], and Asaaseasa [space for grave is finished], Bosuo [dew] and Binka (let some remain) or Yinka [this one should remain] are examples of children whose mothers have had several still births.
In addition to Karner, Alenka, and Matevz, Treasury is designating three key associates of the Karner organization: Uros Slivnik, Alenka s cousin and a trusted associate of Karner, and two front men, Dejan Donko and Savo Stjepanovic.