Definition of SuSu
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Susu is the vernacular name of the Platanista, a genus of Platanistidae.
SuSu a.k.a. Susan Tyrrell is an American actress of Irish descent, known for her Academy Award-nominated performance as Oma in Fat City and her role as Ramona Rickettes in the film Cry-Baby.
- also known as Susan Tyrell, Susan Jillian Creamer
- born on (68 years ago) in San Francisco, child of Gillian Tyrrell Creamer and John Belding Creamer
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor
- died on in Austin
- buried in Ashes given to family
- read more about Susan Tyrrell (actress)
Susu is a musical group.
- album: "Win"
- nomination: - nominated to Independent Music Award for Best Song - Punk - "Sawtooth"
suSU is a record label.
- Susu is a fictional character from the 1988 film The Laser Man.
- Susu is a fictional character from the 1955 film Blood Alley.
- Susu is a fictional character from the 1991 film Uncaged.
- Susu a.k.a. Susu Language: Sosoxui is the language of the Soso people of Guinea, West Africa. It is in the Mande language family.
- also known as Sose, Soussou, Sosu, Susoo, Sousou, Soso, Sosoxi language
- Susu is an informal means of collecting and saving money through a savings club or partnership as practiced in the Caribbean and by immigrants to the United States from that area. The name may come from the West African Yoruba or Igbo word esusu or isusu which is translated as a pooling the funds. The funds are generally gathered with a set amount contributed from family or friends each week.
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The West Indian Americans (2001)
by Holger Henke
A susu is usually constituted for a limited time only, but it may develop into a revolving scheme. Because a susu is an informal, trust-based association, conflicts among and default in paying of members' payment cannot be ruled out.
Monetary Policy in Developing Countries (2013)
by Sheila Page
The susu is a rotational savings system usually operated by smallscale businesses formed into types of cooperatives. Each member ofthe group regularly contributes agiven amountintoa common pool and membersthen take turnsin collecting ...
Encyclopedia of African Peoples (2013)
by The Diagram Group,
Surma see Suri Susu The Susu,orSoso,area Manding (q.v.) people of West Africa . The Susu language is aMande (q.v.) language, which ispartof the NigerCongo subfamily of African languages. It is the common tongue used bythemany ethnic ...
Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals (2002)
by W. F. Perrin, Bernd G. Würsig, J. G. M. Thewissen
A susu surfaces in the Ganges river system of India, bringing its long, slender beak out of the water. PHOTO: J. GOOLD o Q w E 4 o o CD Botos are. A close-up of the head of a young Indus bhulan. Note the forceps-like beak with long teeth, ...
Women's Studies Encyclopedia (1999)
by Helen Tierney
and Xue Susu (Wu) (c. 1565-1635). Both were romantic figures, and painting was just one of the ...
Concise Encyclopedia Biology (1996)
Platanista gangetica (Ganges susu or Gangetic dolphin) is found in the waters of the Ganges and associated coastal waters of India, while Platanista indi similarly inhabits the Indus and its coastal waters; they may be varieties of the same ...
Concise Encyclopedia of Languages of the World (2010)
Maurice Delafosse offered the first subclassification of Mande in 1901, in which the major distinction was between Mande Tan (which is the northern group minus Susu and Yalunka) and Mande Fou, based on the words for 'ten.' Over time, the ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information
(Binger states that the manati was the totem of the Mande group, to which perhaps belonged originally the Susu and the Dyula.) The Bamana are the people of the crocodile; the Samanke are the people of the elephant; the Samokho of the ...
The encyclopedia of missions (1904)
Descriptive, historical, biographical, statistical by Edwin Munsell Bliss, Henry Otis Dwight, Henry Allen Tupper
SUSU LANGUAGE: The Susu is spoken by some of the negroes living near the coast of French Guinea in West Africa. It belongs to the negro group of African languages and has ...
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- Explanation of microcredit and Susu in Ghana
Director of microfinance at Baobab Thrift and Susu explained how microcredit worked for women who get loans from their organization and how they benefit from...
- Cara Membuat Pai Susu (How to Make an Egg Tart)
- KOES PLUS - KOLAM SUSU
- Cara Perah Susu : Baby Breast Feeding : Breast Fee
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- Bioteknologi (Proses fermentasi susu)
- Joey si Pemerah Susu
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Scrabble value of S1U1S1U1
The value of this 4-letter word is 4 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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