Busani

Busani

 

a lake in the Buriat ASSR, on the Vitim plateau, on the southern foothills of the Iuzhno-Muia Range, in the tectonic valley of the Tsipa River. Area, 36.8 sq km; maximum depth, 10 m. It has a tributary—the Mogoi River. The bottom of Lake Busani is covered with a thick outgrowth of waterplants, and it is rich in plankton and fish.

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Botswana Primary Schools Sports Association (BOPSSA) president, Busani Segweni said he was grateful for Thuto's achievements and that he deserved to be celebrated.
The sole purpose of vaccination is to induce protective immunity against infection by certain pathogens like bacteria or virus (Marangon and Busani, 2006; Miller et al., 2009).
(3.) Hesterberg U, Harris K, Stroud D, Guberti V, Busani L, Pittman M, et al.
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The heat was won by South Africa's Zakithi Busani Nene who timed 46.97 seconds.
I called Busani his colleague, and he never returned my calls I resigned to the fact that I would see him when he is discharged.
Busani Bafana is a journalist based in Zimbabwe and covering climate change issues.
Thus school GPA provides a more standardized measure of student's performance on core subject areas common to all students (Di Fabio & Busani, 2007).
Meanwhile we can look forward in the next two years to Jocelyn Alexander's study of imprisonment and restriction in Rhodesia and Zimbabwe; to Joost Fontein's monograph on the Africanization of a European landscape at Lake Kyle; to a revision of Gerald Mazarire's masterly doctoral thesis on the imagined landscape of Chisanga, which is a landmark in pre-colonial history; to Busani Mpofu's history of Bulawayo from 1960 to the present; probably to several works by the prolific Ndlovu-Gatsheni; to Wendy Urban Mead's history of the quietist Brethren in Christ church in Matabeleland; to Ken Wilson et al.'s combination of agrarian, social and religious history.