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Kamara a.k.a. Kämara is a village in Laeva Parish, Tartu County in eastern Estonia.
Kamara is a musical group.
- albums: "Synti, tuomio, katumus", "Tämäkin vielä"
- official website: www.kamara1.com
"Kamara" is a musical album of Nick Arse & the Arsenicks.
- released in (11 years ago)
Kamara is a family name.
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by Robert Walpole
Kamara is an arch in modern Greek ; hence applied to an aqueduct. K is pronounced in many parts of the Levant as tch ; the word Tchamara the Professor writes Shimar. the village Kalefatli ; consequently it cannot be the Simois, THE TOO AD.
Democratization in Africa (1992)
African Views, African Voices by Sahr John Kpundeh
LAMINE KAMARA is an advocate of democracy and civil society in Guinea. JOSEPH KIZERBO is secretary for international relations of the National Convention of Progressive Patriots (CNPP) in Burkina Faso and an internationally renowned ...
[Four Volumes] by Graeme R. Newman
Al Shek Kamara is an assistant inspector general in the Sierra Leone Police and has served as director of crime management and program manager for the SLP Justice Sector Development Program and as acting chief of immigration.
by Robert Walpole
Kamara is an arch in modern Greek ; hence applied to an aqueduct. K is pronounced in many parts of the Levant as tch ; the word Tchamara the Professor writes Shimar. the village of Kalefatli ; consequently it cannot be the THE TROAD.
Notes on Nepal (1896)
by Eden Vansittart
The Kamara is a slave. Line-lays, etc. 115 CHAPTER VI.
by Marie A. Boyle
Balu Kamara is a farmer in Sierra Leone in West. ENTREPRENEUR IN ACTION Stacia Nordin, RD, has lived in Malawi, Copyright ...
by Wole Soyinka
as our hero Kamara is an unbelievable prig, bore, a glutton for humiliation and what the Afro-American would call a self-excusing nigger. Supposed flashes of indignation emerge prim or wet, couched in a language of propriety which our ...
Studies in Archaeology and Bioarchaeology by J. Rasmus Brandt, Erika Hagelberg, Gro Bjørnstad, Sven Ahrens
Kamara is a peculiar construction and design variation of a chamber tomb; it is composed of a vaulted ceiling, externally concealed and transformed into a flat roof for the placement of sarcophagi, see Catalogue below; Ronchetta 1999, ...
by Mohamed Saliou Camara, Thomas O'Toole, Janice E. Baker
KAMARA, LAMINE (“CAPI”) (1940–). Born in Kankan ...
by Hiram Bingham
Kamara'ia, n. a place which when visited is said to occasion death. Kamara'ia, a. capable of producing death miraculously. Kam'ara'ia, v. t. to let the hair ...
by George Speirs Alexander Ranking
gol kamara, Ц“ Sjef М! kamara, (the _ yl» chítr “На, f. Saloon,see Salon, lili мы.) díwän Шьём, m. (dining-«) К Llp' 8,45 khâne Ед kamera, (danc г.
by Oliver Leaman
Filmography Atrof Qorga Burkandi / All Around was Covered by Snow 1995, 75 mins, colour, Russian Director: Kamara Kamalova Producer: Snod, Uzbekistan Screenwriter: Kamara Kamalova, Asap Abbasova Cinematographer: Rizcat ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Camaridium Lindley Orchidaceae Origins: Greek kamarotos "arched, vaulted," kamara "a vaulted chamber, vault," Latin camera and also camara "a vault," referring to the stigma. Camarotea Scott Elliot Acanthaceae Origins: Greek kamarotos, ...
Kamara is a separate language. Subdialects of Southern Hanga are Langantere, Murugu, Damongo; subdialects of Northern Hanga are Yazori and Bowena. Bilingualism in Gonja. Kaansa: also called Kaanse, Ka ̃sa, Kan, Kaan, Gan, Ga ̃, ...
by Greg N. Gregoriou
Kamara (1982) contributed to the theory by claiming that the main purpose in hedging is the desire to stabilize income and increase expected profits. The most remarkable hedging practice was by Alfred Winslow Jones, who introduced the first ...
Comprising the Specific Character, Description, Culture, History, Application in the Arts, and Every Other Desirable Particular Respecting All the Plants Originated In, Or Introduced Into Britain, Between the First Publication of the Work in 1829, and January, 1840 by John Claudius Loudon
(Kamara, a chainber, ous, an ear ; top of labellum.) Orch. Witud. Sp. 1–1. 17999 - - ctabilis Lindl. sho [ZN) or 1...
by Kathleen Sheldon
Kamara, Gibreel M. “The Feminist Struggle in the Senegalese Novel: Mariama Bâ and Sembene Ousmane.” Journal of Black Studies 32, ...
Kritisch-etymologisches Wörterbuch der magyarischen Sprache, etc. (Magyaricae linguae lexicon critico-etymologicum, etc.). (1833)
by Gergely DANKOVSZKY
Kamera, vide kamara. *K á m pit s 0 го d ni ( kámpistoreyt-ienai, xaymçrogevů-iivœs рго xataymgrogsvů-ïlvaa, xarapqugrogsvů-iival ...
hyperbaric chamber/-ber′ik/ [Gk, hyper, excess, baros, weight, kamara, arched roof], an airtight chamber containing an oxygen atmosphere under high pressure. A patient may be placed in the chamber for the treatment of certain infections, ...
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