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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.
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'.
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.