Susu


Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Susu

 

(also Soso), a people living in the coastal regions of the Republic of Guinea, in the administrative regions of Boffa, Fria, Kindia, Dubréka, Conakry, and Forécariah. The Susu number about 415,000 (1970, estimate). Their language belongs to the southern group of Mande languages (Mande-fu). The Susu are rapidly assimilating the neighboring smaller tribes, such as the Baga, Landuma, Nalu, and Mikifore. The majority of Susu are Muslims. The chief occupations are farming (rice, millet, and bananas and pineapples for export) and fishing.


Susu

 

(Platanista gangetica), an aquatic mammal of the family Platanistidae of the suborder Odontoceti (toothed whales).

References in periodicals archive ?
Apart from smart home, SUSU students and researchers are now working on other smart-tech related projects including a mobile power generating complex-based energy supply system, a flywheel energy storage based smart battery, and a smart courtyard that features a parking lot equipped with car detection sensors, a courtyard surveillance system and a smart speed bump based power generating system.
The women filed a complaint at the Cambodian Embassy in Japan and were then returned to Cambodia, at which point legal proceedings began against Susu Mu and Leakhana.
In the SuSu Knolls hydrothermal field, at Station 18G (situated between the crests of North Su and South Su), the vertical column shows two distinct layers of temperature anomaly: the maximum temperature anomaly of the shallow layer (1070-1250 m BSL) is 0.056[degrees]C, occurring at 1126 m BSL, and that of the deep layer (1400-1550 m BSL) is 0.021[degrees]C, occurring at 1493 m BSL (Figure 2(b)).
With the acquisition of 13 stores complete, SuSu Hospitality Group, LLC now franchises 15 Jamba Juice locations across Illinois and Ohio.
Apart from this challenge, Susu, unlike the bank, has been a popular mode of saving money in most parts of West Africa.
An iteration of communal lending, susu, is, however, known to have originated from Nigeria and spread to Ghana in the early part of the 20th century.
Sembeh Ma Fa Fe ("Strong Sound Coming" in the Susu language) is a "must-have" for collections showcasing African and international music!
Panelists included Adam Cohen, deputy director of operations for the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory; Bryan Morreale, research group leader at the Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory; and SuSu Wang, Distinguished University Professor in the University of Houston's mechanical engineering department.
This work was supported by an Emory-Egleston Children's Research Center grant to Susu M.
join in a small bo Last year Freddie Starr quit the ho sh sh sh sh s show after three days when he susu su su su su sf suffered an "allergic reaction" following his eating challenge.
aureus susu basta klindamisine duyarli gozukse de tedavi sirasinda gunler icinde direncli hale gelebilir ve tedavi basarisizligina yol acabilir.