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Damara

 

(Damaraland), a plateau in Namibia (South West Africa). It rises above the Namibian coastal desert at an average altitude of 1,000–1,500 m, reaching a maximum altitude of 2,600 m at Mount Brandberg. The climate is tropical and semidesert. Annual precipitation is only 250–500 mm. In the east the vegetation is desert savanna, and in the west it is grass, scrub, and succulent desert.

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But Damara is a sensitive soul and the team worry she can't handle it.
Victims also include many Damara, who were living with and in between the other groups.
Languages of the study group (N=100) Mother's Home Able to Able to Able to language * language understand speak read/write n n n n n Oshiwambo 27 24 36 34 23 Otjiherero 23 23 41 38 12 Afrikaans 16 17 67 67 49 Damara 12 11 20 19 8 Nama 11 11 11 11 4 Himba 3 3 3 3 0 Nyemba 3 3 3 2 2 Portuguese 2 2 3 3 2 Rukwangali 2 1 4 2 1 Shilozi 2 2 3 3 3 Dhcniba 1 1 1 1 0 English 1 1 50 50 40 Mbukushu 1 1 1 1 1 Sifwe 1 1 1 1 1 German 0 0 5 5 0 * Some subjects had a mother who spoke more than one language.
To complement the existing alloy wheel offering, a new 17" Spider and 18" Tamesis alloy wheel for the V40 and 19" Damara alloy wheel for the V40 Cross Country are now available.
Seleka rebel coalition members hold a position in a village 12 kms from Damara on January 10, 2013 (AFP/File, Sia Kambou)
The rebel delegation, meanwhile, arrived Monday in Gabon as a spokesman in Paris claimed the fighters could still take the government-fortified city of Damara or Bangui but were holding back out of concern for the 700,000 people who live there.
beaucoup moins que]Nous ne cederons pas Damara, que ce soit clair.
Presente par : Wal El-Assrah Les rebelles ont renforce leur emprise avant-hier samedi sur le territoire centrafricain, obligeant les forces regulieres du president Francois Bozize et leurs allies a se replier a Damara, dernier verrou strategique sur la route de la capitale Bangui oE a ete instaure un couvre-feu.
A military source and an aid worker said the rebels had got as far as Damara, 75 km from Bangui, by late afternoon on Wednesday, having skirted Sibut, where some 150 Chadian soldiers had earlier been deployed to try and block a push south by a rebel coalition.
Damara, Sibut and Dekoa, respectively 75, 185 and 260 kilometers (46, 114, and 160 miles) north of the capital were attacked by a group called the Fundamental Convention of Patriots for Justice and Peace.