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Noun1.inga - any tree or shrub of the genus Inga having pinnate leaves and showy usually white flowersinga - any tree or shrub of the genus Inga having pinnate leaves and showy usually white flowers; cultivated as ornamentals
genus Inga - genus of tropical trees or shrubs
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Dublin blogger Keeley Moss, who has been investigating the case and sharing her findings online, released the audio given to her by Inga Maria's family in Munich.
Also performing well were Bob Watcham, who reached the semi final of the Vets singles, and John and Inga Gillespie who narrowly lost their mixed pairs semi-final 16 -17 against Humberside.
The first phase of the Inga III dam project is planned to start in 2017 if funding needs are met.
And when Inga III enters service, "DR Congo will not only have resolved its energy deficit, but it will even be in a position to export to its neighbours
Inga says: Dogs often 'charge off' together on walks.
Italian-born screenwriter and actress Inga, 35, first contacted Scots festival organiser Clive, 52, when researching a movie she was writing about a love story between an Italian man and a Scottish girl.
140 especies conocidas, subdivide Inga en cinco secciones: Leptinga, Diadema, Bourgonia, Pseudinga (con seis series) e Inga (con cinco series).
John and Inga had spent 16 years in the same house in Pleasanton, Calif.
Inga was writing and I was writing and we began to talk.
By being involved in the development of Inga 3 BC from an early stage we can help ensure that its development is done right so it can be a game changer by providing electricity to millions of people and powering commerce and industry," said Makhtar Diop, the Bank's vice president for Africa.
The Inga III will generate 4,200MW, being built onto one of the world's largest waterfalls, Inga Falls, where the Congo River drops almost a hundred metres and flows at an enormous speed of 43 cubic metres per second.