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Denga

A former coin in Russia. It was minted sporadically from the 14th century until 1916. It was worth half a kopek.
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Pritchard, also known as Denga, moved between Shrewsbury and Liverpool frequently and was in contact with other dealers and addicts in the network.
[58.] Denga, J., Li, C., Zhao, Z., Tu, F., and Yu, H., "Numerical Simulation of Magnetic Flux and Force in Electromagnetic Forming with Attractive Force," Journal of Materials Processing Technology 184:190-194, 2007, doi:10.1016/j.jmatprotec.2006.11.021.
Tenders are invited for Improvement to denga kusumguda-2 check dam over kanyajodi nallha near village dengakusumguda in kundra block of koraput district for the year 2018-19
The order was made, following a motion ex parte moved by counsel to the EFCC, Msuur Denga, praying for an order of the court, to issue a warrant of arrest against Madueke, to enable the Commission apprehend and arraign her for alleged financial crimes in Nigeria.
Female Teacher E explained that working as a team in a common effort has always been appreciated among the Shona by quoting the proverb Kuturika denga remba kubatirana [to put a roof onto the walls of a hut needs joining hands].
Through talks, India was able to neutralise N T Rama Rao, Lal Denga, Ramachandran and a host of others.
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Akiga wrote his book in his native Tiv, a (semi-)Bantoid language reputed for its monolithism (Abraham 1933: 11; Isichei 1983: 9; Makar 1986: 4; Denga 1988: 8; Imoagene 1990: 12).
BACKGROUND FOR THE STUDY: The name dengue is derived from the Swahili word 'ki denga pepo' which means 'sudden seizure by the demon'.
(6) FERNANDEZ GOMEZ PAULA, Francisco de, prologo a la obra de Joaquin BELTRAN DENGA: La ideologia politica del anarquismo a traves de El Productor (1887-1893), p.
We thought that if the Kuki can collaborate with the government then it's much better so we decided to come out with some high authority," Lal Denga, a surrendered militant.
The word dengue is believed to have originated from Swahili language "ki denga pepo", which describes sudden cramp like seizure.