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Abdias

(ăbdī`əs), Vulgate form of Obadiah.
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Abdias Ernesto Garcia is a Puerto Rican singer, musician and record producer born Feb.
2005, "Resistencia e revolta nos anos 60: Abdias Nascimento.
Nascimento, Abdias do, and Elisa Larkin-Nascimento.
Doedd cyrraedd fan'no ddim yn hawdd am fod dwr yr afon yn wirioneddol isel ar adegau, ac Abdias a Fernando ein fficsar yn gorfod neidio i mewn i wthio'r canw dr wy'r llaid.
During his stay in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, Hugo Loetscher visited with the Afro-Brazilian writer Abdias do Nascimento, whose interest has focused on "the African presence in Brazilian culture" (203).
MISMO is very fortunate to have so many hard working and dedicated volunteers like Abdias who contribute their time and expertise year after year," said Harry Gardner, president of MISMO and vice president of industry technology with the MBA.
State Department to attend, and the Festival Association denied exiled Afro-Brazilian writer Abdias do Nascimento entrance into the event because he was not a member of the "official" Brazilian delegation.
Nuge, Thomas, and myself left from LAX bound for Atlanta, where Frank Gerwer, Ian Gow, Abdias, Sheldon, Lizard, and Lee Dupont would be waiting with our chariot.
As it happened, on the following day, I read in the Lagos newspapers, the news that a Brazilian black academic, Abdias do Nascimento, then a lecturer at lfe University in Nigeria, had been banned from delivering a paper at the main colloquium of FESTAC, with the Brazilian and Nigerian officials colluding in having him replaced by a white Brazilian academic.
In 1980, the Unified Black Movement was formed, which was a network of Afro-Brazilian organizations and activists such as Abdias do Nascimento.
I, a descendant of Portuguese peasants who learned in Africa and in exile with such fellow freedom fighters as Amilcar Cabral, Eduardo Mondiane, Agostinho Neto and others, or for that matter the veteran Brazillian black rights fighter, Abdias do Nascimento, the hidden realities of Portuguese imperialism and colonialism, believe that an apology is long overdue.
Until recently, perhaps thirteen years after Barbosa's timely "narrative" and with the exception of Paulo Lins's Cidade de Deus [City of God] or dramatic works written by Abdias do Nascimento, Sonia Coutinho, Zora Seljan (spouse of Antonio Olinto) among others, most Afro-Brazilian texts have been characterized by the short narrative form.