Articles in IJO
(Table 4) were more likely to use the term "famine" to refer to food shortage/insecurity (29.
In the wake of the attack, the IJO
quickly claimed[credit], threatening that "the earth will tremble unless the MNF leaves Lebanon by New Year's Day 1984'.
And, even when I was by myself, there are other members of the IJO
who would offer advice and opinions.
Nevertheless, however committed Hizb Allah was to carrying out such attacks, the IJO
was not up to the task.
, Guelfi Filho H, Consgliero FR (1990) Materiais de cobertura para instalacoes animais.
Uncircumcised women can not be buried in the town land since the Ijo
believe that this will cause the fertility of the earth to diminish.
In my opinion, the three that best fit the bill are: 'Forms of Ivri', by Philip Peek, 'The Dancing People: Eastern Ijo
Masking Traditions', by Martha Anderson, and 'Obolo Arts', by Keith Nicklin.
However, the IJO
collection of the jute germplasm has remained untested.
A Reed in the Tide (1965), which contains most of his earlier Poems of 1963, blazed the trail of a poetry which gradually sheds Western influences to establish a unique poetic voice that incorporates the oral traditions of his Ijo
and Urhobo people.
In that situation, (southwestern dialects of) Dutch and one or several Eastern lects of the Ijo
languages (members of the Ijoid branch within Niger-Congo) were the dominant languages present (see Smith et al.
Ce creole (s'il en est un(16)) se serait developpe dans des conditions ou la presence ijo
aurait ete tant primaire que dominante, selon les auteurs.
Cassandra, the young girl with the heavily prophetic name, the captive Trojan princess, reappears in the stories of Oleta and Queen Ijo
, as well as in the tributes to such icons of African American womanhood as Marian Anderson, Josephine Baker, and the primitive artist of power and vision Minnie Evans, the gatekeeper of Airlie Gardens.