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juju

1. an object superstitiously revered by certain W African peoples and used as a charm or fetish
2. the power associated with a juju
3. a taboo effected by a juju
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Curiously, the consensus, among the audience, comprising intellectuals, culture enthusiasts and artistes from the Yoruba ethnic stock, including the Fuji maestro, Wasiu Ayinde Marshal and juju crooner, Sir Shina Peters, was the need to do more for the Yoruba culture so as to prevent it from going into extinction.
Canonical's model-driven operations system Juju addresses the complexity of modern software by providing reusable, abstracted operations across hybrid cloud and physical infrastructure.
The nominee list reflects how good the year 2017 was in terms of quality music releases such as the coverted song of the year title which will see a tough battle between Amantle Brown and Juju Boy's Follo, A.
We have received fantastic response for the Sea Jet from different companies and expect this to be soon rolled out in Bahrain," said Mr Juju.
in Jeremiah's arms they smile and he is no longer mine standing beneath the friday night lights but a giant, his body, bulked out with football pads, invincible, you can see it in the way they clutch at him, my baby brother, as if it would make him theirs, Juju come up from the grave to hold them for a moment.
In addition, both companies worked together to integrate 6WIND Virtual Accelerator with Canonical's Juju, and a Juju Charm is now available to deliver the high performance and control demanded by Network Function Virtualization Infrastructure (NFVI) and other software networking workloads requiring low latency and high network throughput.
DataArt designed a technology stack, including use of OpenStack and OPNFVs Juju Installer (JOID), to provide the foundation for future solution scaling and enhancement.
Seguro de los beneficios que proporciona la lectura desde una edad temprana, el poeta Alejandro Sandoval Avila publica en Pearson Educacion de Mexico su nueva noveleta fantastica de 141 paginas para ninos: Ante la mirada de Juju, con ilustraciones de Richard Zela, casi dos decadas despues de su primera narracion infantil Un elefante sin circo (Conaculta, 1997).
The players are visiting Juju men in West Africa, where they are shown how to conduct bizarre rituals that are also said to break the curse of injury.
From automating tasks and managing kernels to using virtualization and building a private cloud with Juju, as well as integrating it with popular programming languages, this is no casual read but a weighty, in-depth reference recommended for any Ubuntu user who wants to learn about its latest features and possible applications.
She had met a woman in Nigeria who promised to help her travel to England, but made her take part in a juju ceremony where she was forced to eat a live snail, an egg and some dust.
She had met a woman in Nigeria who promised to help her to travel to England, but made her take part in a juju ceremony where she was forced to eat a live snail, an egg and some dust.