reported that Mashona
cattle were more resistant to ticks and had high calving and weaning rate under marginal environmental conditions characterising most smallholder areas when compared to some exotic breeds.
For (1467) Mashona
the motion amounted to 0.039 arcsec/min as obtained from the Minor Planet Center's Ephemeris Service, (12) and the FWHM was 4 arcsec giving a total duration of 4/0.039 = 102 min, therefore trailing would not pose a problem using a sequence of 5 images obtained over a 5-minute interval.
Maria Sharapova (Rus) (4) v Mashona
Sharing a common culture and speaking related tongues, these peoples were later classified by ethnologists as Shona (Mashona
), speaking Chishona languages.
TOP SEED Maria Sharapova defended her AIG Japan Open title last night by thrashing unseeded Mashona
Washington 6-0, 6-1.
Kusina NT, Chinuwo T, Hamudikuwanda H, Ndlovu LR, Muzanenhamo S (2001) Effect of different dietary energy level intakcs on efficiency of estrus synchronization and fertility in Mashona
(43) Here, famous successes included that of the free-lance trader Antonio Caiado, who managed to persuade the King of Monomotapa to appoint him to the important and lucrative post of "Captain of the Gates" to the gold-fields at Mashona
. John Day has tried to explain this thirst as arising from the "gold famine" of late medieval European society, but the truth is that silver was as much of a motivation as gold in the minds of Portuguese explorers.
Cripps spent most of his life championing the rights of the native Mashona
people, and was also a talented poet.
Top-seeded Alina Jidkova of Russia needed three sets to outlast Mashona
Washington 6-7 (5), 6-4, 7-5 in one of 12 first-round matches played at the BMW of Eugene USTA Women's $50,000 Challenger at the Eugene Swim & Tennis Club on Wednesday.
Today, his property is a 15,000-acre (6,000-hectare) ranch of mid- to tall-grass prairie that supports about 350 head of Mashona
The formally educated protagonist Sam is a self-described "hard Mashona
type," which makes him like the family dog Sango, who is neither an African dog (which is "a little less than" a dog) nor a European dog (which is "more than a dog"), but rather a "suburban African dog in an aspiring middle-class household." The story is about the estrangement that results from living between categories; like his dog, Sam "has a bit of each in him and yet is really none of these types." This sort of estrangement and alienation recurs throughout Can We Talk and Other Stories, but always in fresh, powerful, and carefully crafted forms.
For instance, when the Mashona
see a Black person and a white person walking together, they would normally say, Hona munhu uyo ari kufamba nomurungu (There is a munhu walking with a white man).