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sado

(ˈsɑːdəʊ)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a variant of chado
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She briefly surpassed Sado nearing the 40km mark but fell to the second place for the rest of the course.
Sado, at a press conference in Abuja on Sunday, said that he decided to support and collaborate with Olawepo-Hashim to rescue 'our bleeding nation from the incompetence of the All Progressive Congress-led administration under President Muhammadu Buhari.'
He said that Kelantan has the country's second-most cattle exports, adding that it was the first state to export lembu sado bred from prized European stock.
She was taken from near her home on Sado island in 1978 when she was a 19-year-old student nurse.
Sado also added that relations between Japanese and the U.S.
The five -- Kaoru Hasuike, 56, and his wife Yukiko, 57, from Kashiwazaki, Niigata Prefecture, Hitomi Soga, 54, from Sado, also in the prefecture, and Yasushi Chimura and his wife Fukie, both 58, from Obama, Fukui Prefecture -- have resettled in their hometowns.
Previous trace metal studies in the same area are scarce and mostly deal with more limited geographic areas, such as the continental shelf adjacent to the Tagus and the Sado rivers (Paiva et al., 1997; Jouanneau et al., 1998) and the Tagus mud patch (Mil-Homens et al., 2009).
The trial in the case of chief editor of "Tolyshi sado", Hilal Mammadov, took place today in the Baku Serious Crimes
In related news, Dessalegn today fired the country's civil service minister, Junedin Sado, whose wife is facing terrorism charges in connection with the ongoing protests by Muslims who accuse government of interference in their religious affairs.
Nearly 10 years after his abductee wife was repatriated to Japan from North Korea, former defector Charles Jenkins says he is happy living with his family on Sado Island in the Sea of Japan, from where his wife hails, and appreciates the freedom Japan offers.
The Sea of Japan is believed to hold reserves of methane hydrate, a raw material for natural gas, in the seabed off Kyoto Prefecture, while the Economy, Trade and Industry Ministry plans to examine the reserves of oil and natural gas next year in waters off Sado Island, Niigata Prefecture.
Deh Yek district head of the regional council, Nasratullah Siasi, said the airstrike was launched in Sado village, and that a girl had been wounded and taken to hospital.