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- Kioga is a fictional character from Lost Island of Kioga.
- Kioga a.k.a. Lincoln Rand Jr.: Lincoln Rand Jr./Kioga is a fictional character from Lost Island of Kioga.
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Snowfall at Willow Lake\Fireside\Lakeshore Christmas by Susan Wiggs
Camp Kioga is a place where dreams still live and breathe, where you can dive into the crystalline waters of a pristine lake, hike to a mountaintop and lift your eyes to heaven, gaze into the brightly glowing embers of a campfire at night, and ...
The Ecology of River Systems (2013)
by Bryan R. Davies, Keith F. Walker
Lake Kioga is a complex of shallow marshes (max. 7 m) and open water. The Victoria Nile, interrupted by the Murchison Falls, enters the swampy northern delta of Lake Albert, which itself receives the Semliki River in the south, from Lakes ...
by Norman Hyne Ph.D.
Kansas Independent Oil and Gas Association (KIOGA) (www.kioga.org) Kentucky Oil and Gas Association (KOGA) (www. kyoilgas.org) Lafayette Association of Professional ...
by Mona A Radford, Edwin Radford
The belief is worldwide; the Teso people, of the plains between Mount Elgon and Lake Kioga, make useof bellsto exorcise thestorm fiend. Another safeguard against thunder damage wasa charred sticktaken from the Midsummer Fires. This ...
by M. Radford,
The belief is worldwide; the Teso people, of the plains between Mount Elgon and Lake Kioga, make use of bells to exorcise the storm fiend. Another safeguard against thunder damage was a charred stick taken from the Midsummer Fires. This ...
Revised Full-Color Edition by Merrill C. Tenney
The river passes through shallow Lake Kioga, plunges down Murchison Falls, and enters Lake Albert, from which it emerges shortly as the Bahr elJebel, “the river of the mountain.” South of Lake No are large swamps where floating masses of ...
Flip Dictionary (2002)
by Barbara Kipfer
Kioga (Uganda) Kivu (Zaire, Rwanda) Koko-Nor (China) Ladoga (Russia) Lake of the Woods (Canada) Leech (United ...
by John Rebman
kioga). Boberera (v. a.) to impinget (There is neither root nor branch of this word). Boda (v.a.) to twist, to gripe; ku boda kingue, to twist a rope; ku boda ndsombe, to twist (hair) into plaits (Kis. ku songa nuelle).
by Frank R. Abate
Kyo-ga, Lake |'kyoga| (also Kioga) shallow lake in S central Uganda, on the Victoria Nile River, N of Lake Victoria, ...
through Lake Kioga to the confluence of the waters from Lake Albert is within or contiguous to this region. The western part of the protectorate, separated from the ...
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Scrabble value of K5I1O1G2A1
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