Buki

Buki

 

an urban-type settlement in Man’kova Raion, Cherkassy Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, on the Gornyi Tikich River (basin of the Iuzhnyi Bug), 22 km from the railroad station Potash. Population, 5, 500 (1967). Buki produces butter and bricks.

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District Sports Officer Tank Anwar Kamal Buki, DFA Tank General Secretary Khayal Betani, Hifzullah Betani and President Pir Qamar Zaman Shan, officials and large number of game spectators were also present on this occasion.
Bar-Tal A, Fine P, Minz D, Yofe M, Kinan M, Soriano S, Buki P, Enter Y, Tagari E, Assouline A, Rosner M (2004) Long term effects of irrigation management with effluents on water, minerals and microorganism distribution in the soil profile of grapefruit orchard.
Step 2 - Dab your Hello Beautiful Baby Bamboo Buki brush in the powder until all the powder has been lifted.
He says his Nigerian mother Buki still nags him as if he were a child, which inspired the sketch.
In the first of six shows we meet Stephen's outspoken mother Buki - (Stephen in drag) who loves nothing more than embarrassing her son every time he video calls her live from the studio.
David Aman Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP Marc Baum Ramius LLC Brandon Becker WilmerHale Brent Blake State Street Gary Buki The Bank of New York Mellon Kevin Caffrey The Bank of New York Mellon Maria Carina Euroclear Michael Cetta AllianceBernstein Holdings Brayton Cherry Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.
The camaraderie and friendship between the three 'Musica Mexicana' mega-stars was evident throughout the night with pairing on songs such as on "Mi Rechazo"( El Buki and Fernandez), "Unas nalgadas" (Sebastian and Fernandez) and "La Venia Bendita" (Sebastian and El Buki).
Generally, acculturation has been measured in terms of behavior, cultural identity, knowledge, language, and values (Zea, Asner-Self, Birman, & Buki, 2003).
Irish Digest 78:1 (1963): 35-38; Ann McGarritty Buki, "Lewis Carroll in Finnegan's Wake" & Roger B.
However, some modern scholars suggest instead that the name comes from the appearance of the blade; see Hayashi Minao [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Chugoku In-Shu jidai no buki [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Kyoto: Kyoto daigaku jimmin bungaku kenkyusho, 1975), 225.
born youths tend to be more assimilated than are immigrant youths (Agbayani-Siewert, 1994; Baptiste, 1993; Buki, Ma, Strom, & Strom, 2003; Garcia Coll, Meyer, & Brillon, 1995; Ying, 1999).

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