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Definition of the noun Alima
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Alima is a genus of Squillidae, described by Leach in 1817.
- synonyms: genus Alima / Halima / genus Halima
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Malacostraca
- order: Stomatopoda
- family: Squillidae
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Alima is a genus of Mollusca.
Alima is a genus of Squillidae.
- Alima is an affluent on the right bank of the Congo river, in the Republic of Congo's territory.
- also known as 阿利馬河
- Alima a.k.a. Cuvette Department: Cuvette is a department of the Republic of the Congo in the central part of the country. It borders the departments of Cuvette-Ouest, Likouala, Plateaux, and Sangha, and internationally, the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The capital is Owando. Cities and towns include Boundji, Makoua and Okoyo.
- read more about Cuvette Department
Phrases with Alima
Phrases starting with the word Alima:
- Alima Laevis
- Alima Maxima
- Alima Angusta
- Alima hyalina
- Alima neptuni
- Alima Guinotae
- Alima Pacifica
- Alima Orientalis
- Alima Hildebrandi
- Alima Hieroglyphica
Phrases ending with the word Alima:
Other phrases containing the word Alima:
- Species Alima Laevis
- Species Alima Maxima
- Species Alima Angusta
- species Alima hyalina
- species Alima neptuni
- Species Alima Guinotae
- Species Alima Pacifica
- Species Alima Orientalis
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Uncertain Transition (2000)
Ethnographies of Change in the Postsocialist World by Michael Burawoy
Alima is a small fruit and vegetable processing plant in Rzeszow in southeastern Poland. It was one of the first firms sold by the Ministry of Privatization under right- Wing Minister Janusz Lewandowski in early 1992. Although multiple firms bid ...
by Amīn Aḥsan Iṣlāḥī
Each group knew its drinking-place The word 'alima means to know, or to assign. For the twelve tribes of BanÏ Israel there were now twelve different springs that had gushed forth from the rock, so they easily distributed these among various ...
The Water Highways of the Interior of Africa, with Notes on Slave Hunting and the Means of Its Suppression (1883)
With Maps by James Stevenson
The Alima is that by which De Brazza hopes to make a ...
by Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow
The Alima is that by which De Brazza hopes to make a practicable trade route from the Ogow£ to the Congo ; but as there is a distance of 500 miles from the port where ocean steamers can discharge, it is not obvious what advantage there is ...
The Alima is that by which De Brazza hopes to make a practicable trade route from the Ogowé to the Congo ; but as there is a distance of 500 miles from the port where ocean steamers can discharge, it is not obvious what advantage there is ...
by Eric Rossen, PhD, Diana Joyce-Beaulieu, PhD, NCSP
Alima is an entering first- year practica student with 1: PRACTICUM 101—PREPARING fOR PRACTICUM • 17 ...
The Alima is that by which De Brazza hopes to make a practicable trade route from the Ogowé to the Congo 3 but as there is a distance of 500 miles from the port where ocean steamers can discharge, it is not obvious what advantage there is ...
by Albert S. Gérard
Ernst Alima is a bilingual poet whose verse, printed in Abbia, Ozila and Contact, deserves attention. It would be idle to provide an exhaustive list of all the young poets who write in English. Among the dramatists of the generation that followed ...
Qur'anic Keywords (2015)
A Reference Guide by Abdur Rashid Siddiqui
Meaning [Alima means to know, to have knowledge or to be aware. [Ilm, from this root, means knowledge and learning. this knowledge is first grasping the essence of something and secondly to know its qualities. as knowledge gives certainty, ...
by John F. Clark, Samuel Decalo
ALIMA RIVER . This northern river, forming the border between PlateauX and Cuvette for part of its ...
An Introduction to Austronesian Studies by Darrell T. Tryon
jati LAU 7aba alima KON Iima KWO nima(-na) Iima WOL Iima *RAG limaIima MAG lime *PAA hék labunugan NGA Iima LEW Iima-na ima SIK Iima-g POR vea- n kamay RTI Iima-k NTA nelm-n alima BUR faha-n KWA ragikoramut DOB Iima-m ...
by Phil Gunson, Greg Chamberlain, Andrew Thompson
aLima. Group«), comprising Peru, Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay. The foreign ministers of the four met Contadora foreign ministers at Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, on 24¥25 August 1985 and agreed on a role as consultative, supervisory ...
by William Harrison De Puy
From 1876- 81, lie explored the Ogoway, Gaboon, and the northern tributaries of the Congo, founded Brazzaville at the northern end of Stanley Pool, Francevflle and Post de L'Alima, and placed the surrounding territory under France's ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chrisholm
and beyond the basin of that stream discovered the Alima, which was, though the explorers were ignorant of the ...
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Scrabble value of A1L1I1M3A1
The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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