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Noun1.teju - large (to 3 feet) blackish yellow-banded South American lizard; raid henhouses; used as food
teiid, teiid lizard - tropical New World lizard with a long tail and large rectangular scales on the belly and a long tail
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Kaleemullah Memon, DEO Hameedullah Mahar, DD social welfare department Masoor Shaikh, Liaqat Ali Khaskheli, Teju mal social workers, traders, journalists, scouts and other hundreds notables participated the independence day.
Personnel of 9th Battalion of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) also performed 'River Yoga' in Digaru river near Teju, Lohitpur this morning.
The title of the novel references "Unmournable Bodies," Teju Cole's 2015 essay for the New Yorker.
"Afropolitanism as Critical Consciousness: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's and Teju Cole's Internet Presence." Journal of African Cultural Studies, vol.
"Heti's semi-fiction, like that of writers like Ben Lerner, Rachel Cusk and Teju Cole, among others, is dismantling our notions of what a novel should be....She deals out her ideas in no-nonsense form, as if she were pulling espresso shots." DWIGHT GARNER
In a narrative piece contributed by author, photographer, and critic Teju Cole offers a poignant counterpart to Nkanga's work as he reflects on his experiences growing up in Nigeria.
"Teju Williamson will replace Kovchenko in the 10m individual event, and could also join up with Wu in the synchronised discipline.
Keeping with this long-standing tradition, the annual Lahore Literary Festival has attracted world-class authors and artists like Teju Cole, Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy and Mohsin Hamid.
In one of the most enduring passages from Teju Cole's 2011 novel Open City, the protagonist, a young man named Julius who has recently arrived in New York from Nigeria to complete a psychiatry fellowship, takes a series of ever-longer walks around the island of Manhattan.
By borrowing the title of Susan Sontag's definitive collection of essays, "On Photography," for his New York Times Magazine column, Teju Cole claims a kinship with a formidable public intellectual and polymath.