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Wete

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Wete is a town located on the Tanzanian island of Pemba. It is the capital of Pemba North Region, as well as the administrative seat for Wete District. It lies on the west side of the north part of the island. The town has an 2013 estimated population of 29,606.

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Google previewHeart of Flesh (1998)

Feminist Spirituality for Women and Men by Joan Chittister

To Hegel and othet philosophets, women wete means to an end in the consttuction of the pattiatchal society. The question was closed. Few, it any, challenged the definition ...

Google previewReports of the Cambridge Anthropological Expedition to Torres Straits: Volume 1, General Ethnography (2011)

by A. C. Haddon

The wete is a thing of the past along the coast, but is carried out ...

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

Wete, i2, «., the quality of being nice, niceness, goodness, beauty, comfort, ease, delight, pleasure, hap piness, joy, propriety, decency. Wete, continued. -awete, a. , nice, good, pleasant. lovely, neat, becoming, handsome (said of things), ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the New-Zealand Language, and a Concise Grammar; to which are Add. a Selection of Colloquial Sentences. 1. Ed (1844)

by William Williams

By whom was the book opened 2 'Wete, v. To stare. Wewero, v. To strike myith a Wete ananga kanohi o te ta- spear. witi nei; The eyes of this fellow #ass. Werohia .

Google previewA Middle-English Dictionary (1891)

Containing Words Used by English Writers from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century by Francis Henry Stratmann, Henry Bradley

wete Degr. 824. wet-, watershed, adj., wetshod; Langl. В xiv. 161, Cxvii. 14. wáéte, sb., O.E. wœta "M., wate /., O.N. väta f., moisture, drink, ORM.

Google previewEnglish–Maori, Maori–English Dictionary (2012)

by Bruce Biggs

unravel: (wete)wetekia,whakamatara. unripe: mata, kaimata,ota. unseasoned (of timber): kaimata. unsteady: tiitaka, tatutatu, ...

Google previewInvestigations Into the Meta-communicative Lexicon of English (2012)

A Contribution to Historical Pragmatics by Ulrich Busse, Axel Hübler

for example,prey yow to wete in Example (13) below). But mostly the high frequencies of directive performatives seem to be due to the partly oral, ...

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