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"Amadi" is a 2010 drama short film written and directed by Zia Mandviwalla.


Amadi a.k.a. Ma Language: Ma, also known as Amadi, Madi, Madyo, is a Ubangian language spoken in DRC Congo.

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Google previewRevitalizing Nigerian Education in Digital Age (2012)

by Soji Oni (Ph.D)

Martha Nkechinyere Amadi is a lecturer in the Department of Educational Administration, University of Lagos ...

Google previewSocial Purpose Enterprises (2014)

Case Studies for Social Change by Jack Quarter, Sherida Ryan, Andrea Chan

Chinyere Amadi is a researcher at the Carleton Centre for Community Innovation and a graduate student in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University. Ida Berger is a professor of marketing at the Ted Rogers School ...

Google previewGenealogy and Literature (1995)

by Lee Quinby

Amadi is a leper, and the euphemism for leprosy is "the white skin"; (71). This kind of offhanded discussion of cultural difference suggests the unreadiness of Umuofia leadership to engage with any cultural difference (from within or outside) that ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction (2010)

UMOREN Elechi Amadi is a Nigerian writer and an enigmatic thinker whose literary career spans several decades and three literary genres. Amadi has published five plays, four novels, several poems and essays, the ...

Google previewThe Columbia Guide to West African Literature in English Since 1945 (2008)

by Oyekan Owomoyela

Amadi, Elechi (1934- ) Elechi Amadi is an Ijo who was born on May 13, 1934, in Aluu (near Port Harcourt), ...

Google previewDictionary of African Biography (2012)

by Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Professor Emmanuel Akyeampong, Mr. Steven J. Niven

eric fournier Amadi, Elechi (1934– ), Nigerian author, educator, army officer, and administrator, was born in Mbodo-Aluu, today in the Ikwerre Local Gov- ernment Area of Rivers State, on 12 May 1934 to Daniel ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Africa (2010)

by Anthony Appiah, Henry Louis Gates

Amadi,. Elechi. 1934–Nigerian novelist whose works describe the folklore and spirituality oftraditional village life. A member...

After working as a land surveyor, Amadi taught science for three years at missionary schools in Ahoada and Oba.

Google previewMasonic Biography and Dictionary (1868)

Comprising the History of Ancient Masonry, Antiquity of Masonry, Written and Unwritten Law, Derivation and Definition of Masonic Terms, Biographies of Eminent Masons, Statistics, List of All Lodges in the United States, Etc by Augustus Row

Amadi, Amadi. 6. Plattsmouth. Plattsmonth. 1. St. John's, Portsmouth. 6. Franklin, Lebanon. 7. Benevolent, Milford. 8. North Star, Lancaster. 9. THram, Claremont.

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Family Names in Britain and Ireland (2016)

by Patrick Hanks, Richard Coates, Peter McClure

Amadi .

from a personal name Amadi (Igbo amadi 'free-born'), originally the name of an Igbo traditional minor deity.

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Kris Amadi, FC United

Friendly. Exeter City FC 3-1 FC United of Manchester. St James' Park, Exeter, Devon.

Photo credit: Matthew Wilkinson

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