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shola

(ˈʃəʊlə)
n
(Forestry) Indian a high-altitude evergreen forest in southern India
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R&B singer Shola Ama has pulled out of her slot at the Godiva Festival tonight.
Shola Ezeololi takes her readers, as medical professionals, from physical and emotional imbalance to balance; from dissatisfaction to fulfillment; and from a place of helter-skelter to a place of peaceful purpose.
Shola Karachi Kitchen, already a famous cuisine destination in Islamabad, has widened its culinary spectrum.
Aida Khan, the entrepreneur and chef behind Islamabad's traditional cuisine destination, Karachi Kitchen, proudly extended her culinary prowess by introducing her establishment: SHOLA Karachi Kitchen, in the heart of West London, White City, positioned where the BBC used to be.
I HAVE two Newcastle United talk-ins coming up on behalf of Walker Central junior club, who gave us the likes of the Ameobi brothers Shola and Sammy.
At one point or another brothers Shola, Tomi and Sammy have passed through Newcastle over the last two-and-a-bit decades.
The three Ameobi brothers - Sammy, Shola and Tomi - represented the club from 2000 through Friday.
It's edging towards two years since Shola Ameobi departed Newcastle United, and it's fair to say he's done some journeying during that time.
TONY Mowbray says he'll come up with a game plan to keep Fleetwood dangerman Shola Ameobi quiet on Saturday.
Tampa, FL, November 06, 2015 --(PR.com)-- For each pair of shoes sold at the show, Shola Designs will donate a pair to Dress for Success Tampa Bay.
THE father of footballing brothers Shola and Sammy Ameobi has told of being stoned by racists after moving to Britain.
SAMMY Ameobi, the Bluebirds' loan signing from Newcastle, could meet up with older brother Shola at Cardiff City Stadium this Saturday (3pm).