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Ilesha

(ēlā`shä), city (1991 est. pop. 334,000), SW Nigeria. Formerly a caravan trade center, Ilesha is today an agricultural and commercial city. Cacao, kola nuts, palm oil, and yams are shipped from there. There is a sawmill, and alluvial gold is found. Ilesha was the capital of the YorubaYoruba
, people of SW Nigeria and Benin, numbering about 20 million. Today many of the large cities in Nigeria (including Lagos, Ibadan, and Abeokuta) are in Yorubaland.
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 Ilesha kingdom of the OyoOyo
, city (1991 est. pop. 226,700), SW Nigeria. It is primarily a farming town, producing tobacco, yams, and cassava. Traditional artisans make textiles and leather goods and carve utensils from shells of the calabash gourd. Oyo was founded c.
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 empire. After Oyo's collapse in the early 19th cent., Ilesha became subject to IbadanIbadan
, city (1991 est. pop. 1,263,000), SW Nigeria. The second largest city in Nigeria, it is a major commercial center. Manufactures include metal products, furniture, soap, and handicrafts.
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. It was taken by the British in 1893.

Ilesha

 

(Bol’shaia Ilesha, Iliasha), a river in Arkhangel’sk Oblast, RSFSR, a right tributary of the Pinega River. Length, 204 km; basin area, 2,250 sq km. It is fed by a number of sources, predominantly melted show.

Ilesha

a town in W Nigeria. Pop.: 500 000 (2005 est.)
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With these three media, P megakarya was isolated from all locations (pod and pod husks) in Ogun (Sagamu and Ilaro), Osun (Ife and Ilesha), Ondo (Akungba, Idanre and Ondo), while, P palmivora was isolated from Ekiti (Imesi and Ikole) (Table 1).
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Bradshaw and George E Bradshaw; his former wife and still best friend Jacqueline (Brown) Bradshaw all of Worcester; four brothers, James and Paul Bradshaw, English Bradshaw and Walter Thomas Bradshaw; two sisters, Lillie May Martin and Tina Mann; nine grandchildren: Ilesha, Calvin, Jacqueline, Rashaud, Elizabeth, Tierra, Duron, Necia, and George Jr; five great grandchildren, Brandon, Anthony, Hunter, Leonna, and Iyanna; Many nieces, nephews, extended family and a host of friends.
The Effon Psammite formation (Hubbard et al., 1966; De Swardt, 1953; Dempster, 1967; Caby and Boesse, 2001) comprises quartzites, quartz schists and granulites which occur largely east of Ilesha and run for nearly 180 km in a NNE-SSW direction.
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The pattern and outcome of burn injuries at Wesley Guild Hospital, Ilesha, Nigeria: a review of 156 cases.
Social-economic and cultural background of hospitalized children in Ilesha. Nig J Paediatr 1985; 12: 111-117.
Although the pro-Yoruba "Action Group" in Nigeria was successful in obtaining majority support among Yorubas in the Western Region in 1960, it failed, despite ethnic appeal, to win the support of Yorubas in Ibadan, Ilesha, and Oyo, and its vote share was cut in half four years later to the satisfaction of statists.