Saho


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Saho

 

a people inhabiting northeastern Ethiopia. The Saho number about 80,000 (1973 estimate). Their language, Saho, belongs to the Cushitic family. Some of the Saho have adopted the languages of neighboring peoples, the Tigrinya and Tigre. The Saho are Muslims and Monophysite Christians. Their chief occupation is nomadic cattle raising, but agriculture is also developing. In language and culture, the Saho resemble the Danakil.

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of Oslo) offers a thorough literature review about the ethnic nationalism and national consciousness of the people known as the Saho, the origin of the Saho and their sociocultural background, their political organization and law, their political identity, and the participation of the Saho in the ideological struggle post-independence.
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SAHO has committed itself to involve heritage and academic institutions as well as ordinary South Africans in rewriting our history and in that way contributing to reconciliation, the building of a common humanity and a non-racial, non sexist and democratic society>>.
Roberts, EdD, MT(AMT), Dean, Health and Natural Sciences; Brenda Perritt, MLT(ASCP), Phlebotomy/EKG Program Director; Bruce McClung, MM, MT(ASCP), SAHO Grant Director; Clifford Haak, MS, MT(ASCP), MLS Program Director; Josie Roberts, MT(ASCP), Retired; South Arkansas Community College, El Dorado, AR
1 18 Tigrina Tigre Afar Saho Kunama Beja (Bedawi) Bilen Nara Arabe Ingles Etiopia (6) 82.
Tal como lo demostro Matsumura, Saho y Tsubomura (1983), en soluciones que contienen agentes de sacrificio con CdS platinizado, la produccion de hidrogeno esta relacionada con el pH de la solucion reaccionante.
See also Saho Marsumoto-Best, Britain and the Papacy in the Age of Revolution 1846-1851, Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2003, 91-3.
In this case, Messer Ebrima Barrow, Momodou Ousman Saho (Dumo), Momodou Marena, Ebrima Yabo, Lieutenant Lallo Jaiteh and Lieutenant Omar Darboe, all accused of treasonable offences and taken to court, were acquitted and accordingly discharged by the High Court in 2003.
Take the Saho family, whom I met in a hospital in the Gambia.
20 Yanagita M, Shimabukuro Y, Nozaki T, Yoshimura N, Watanabe J, Koide H, Terakura M, Saho T, Takedachi M, Jang M-H, Kiyono H, and Murakami S.
1955) Peoples of the Horn of Africa, Somali, Afar and Saho (London: International African Institute).