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Definition of the noun MABA

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Maba is a genus of Ebenaceae.

Maba is a genus of Ebenaceae.


Maba is a town in North Maluku, Indonesia. It is the capital of the East Halmahera Regency.

  • also known as Maba, Indonesia
  • part of Indonesia

Phrases with Maba

  1. Maba Gavi
  2. Maba Rufa
  3. Maba Dawei
  4. Maba Lujae
  5. Maba Lujai
  6. Maba Major
  7. Maba Ovata
  8. Maba Rosea
  9. Maba Albens
  10. Maba Ebenus
  11. Maba Glauca
  12. Maba Lancea
  13. Maba Leonis
  14. Maba Mannii
  15. Maba Nutans
  16. Maba Scabra
  17. Maba Venosa
  18. Maba Bicolor
  19. Maba Cooperi
  20. Genus Maba

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Google previewPhytochemical and Biochemometric Evaluation of the Alaskan ...

MABA is a cell-based assay that uses virulent M. tuberculosis; hence it is non- discriminatory with regard to the in vitro mechanism of action. 2. The isobole method is capable to evaluate the interaction of multiple agents independently from the ...

Google previewAn Introduction to General Biology (1895)

by William Thompson Sedgwick, Edmund Beecher Wilson

A maba is a representative of a very extensive class of Protozoa known as Rhizopoda, all characterized by the power to form pseudopodia, and agreeing with Amoeba in many other respects. One of the commonest fresh-water forms is the ...

Google previewAdvanced Text-book of Zoology for the Use of Schools (1870)

by Henry Alleyne Nicholson

The A maba is a little microscopical creature which may commonly be detected in stagnant water, especially where there is decaying vegetable matter.

Google previewBeverages, Past and Present (1908)

An Historical Sketch of Their Production, Together with a Study of the Customs Connected with Their Use by Edward Randolph Emerson

Maba is a very sweet wine, and yet withal a most pleasant beverage. It does not cloy the palate and it leaves the mouth clean. Kriska is the weakest of all the palm wines, and for loss of appetite it is almost invaluable. It is said that two or three ...

Google previewFirst (-Sixth) standard geographical reader (1883)

by Geographical reader

Maba means great, hence Maharajah, the great king. Putra, orpootmeansa son, hence Kajpootana, the country of the Rajpoots, viz. the king's sons. Gherry signifies a mountain, hence Nilgherries, the blue mountains, Dhawalagiri, or white ...

Google previewNarrative of an Expedition to Explore the River Zaire, Usually Called the Congo, in South Africa, in 1816 (2012)

by James Hingston Tuckey, Christen Smith

Maba is the name given to them by ...

Google previewComprehensive Natural Products II: Chemistry and Biology (2010)

Finally, although MabA is a tetramer at high concentration and when ...

Google previewComputer Applications for Database, Education and Ubiquitous Computing (2012)

International Conferences, EL, DTA and UNESST 2012, Held as Part of the Future Generation Information Technology Conference, FGIT 2012, Gangneug, Korea, December 16-19, 2012. Proceedings by Tai-hoon Kim, Jianhua Ma, Wai-chi Fang, Yanchun Zhang, Alfredo Cuzzocrea

MABA is an overview structure of the process behavior. It is independent of the programming language, and irrelevant to process control and data flow implementation details [3]. It is the basis and key of procedure subsequent development.

Google previewChambers's Encyclop├Ždia (1870)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People

Closely allied to the A maba is the Actinophrys, or Sun-animalcule (tig. 2), and both these genera Fig. 2.

Google previewDictionary and Grammar of the Kongo Language: English-Kongo dictionary. Kongo-English dictionary. Grammar (1887)

{j* din di din ditu dinu diba man ma man matu manu maba kun ku kun kutu kunu kuba 9 V. man ma man matu manu ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Stateless Nations: L-R (2002)

by James Minahan

Most of the region is semi- desert with some tropical forests and grazing lands on the fertile Maba Plateau that rise to the...

Google previewDictionary of Languages (1998)

The Definitive Reference to More Than 400 Languages by Andrew Dalby

Maba is one of a small group of NILO-SAHARAN LANGUAGES only distantly related to the rest. All are spoken in the highlands of eastern Chad and south- western Sudan (see map at KANURI). It is called by its speakers Bura Mabang.

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

(Maba buxifolia var. ebenus Thw.; Diospyros ferrea var. ebenus (Thw.) Bakh.) Sri Lanka: kalumederiya D. ebenum Koenig (Diospyros glaberrima Rottb.; Diospyros melanoxylon Willd.; Diospyros reticulata Wall.; Diospyros ebenaster Roxb.; ...

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Small photo of MABA, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - April 21, 2018 : Picture of a basket ball hoop taken during half time game in an indoor basketball court.Small photo of MABA, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - April 21, 2018 : Picture of a basket ball hoop taken during half time game in an indoor basketball court. More...

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Scrabble value of M3A1B3A1

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