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- Amazina: The original woman in the shock rock group, GWAR, originally known as Amazina or Gwar Woman was played by Colette Miller.
- Amazina a.k.a. Colette Miller: GWAR Woman is a character and former artist/musician in the Heavy Metal band GWAR. Colette Miller, the character known as Amazina - or simply "GWAR woman", as it was tagged, left in 1987 when she split with Brockie, yet left her artistic thumbprint on the original GWAR women. You can hear her briefly on the album "Let there be GWAR" an early compilation of the earliest demos known of GWAR, circa 1986. Also during this time Heather Broome played a second female character which was known as the "Temptress" for a couple shows but would soon quit. Later, the other women following would become known only as the "GWAR Woman", which would be played by Lisa Harrelson during 1988, however, she would leave the band the same year, eventually being replaced by the best known female GWAR character, Slymenstra Hymen or Danielle Stampe.
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by Irving Epstein
Kivivuga amazina is a type of poetry contest held by cattle herders. The participants improvise songs, and they are judged based on who can tout themselves in the most creative fashion (Cultural Profiles Project 2006). Many children enjoy ...
by Aimable Twagilimana
there was a literary genre called amazina y'inka (literally, “names of cows”), which were pastoral epic poems praising the beauty and courage of royal herds. Each poem ...
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