Urema

Urema

 

in Russian, a dense humid deciduous forest situated in a floodplain, with tall grasses and reeds; also a floodplain taiga forest. In Western Siberia, an urema is a sphagnum forest bog with species of pine, including Siberian stone pine.

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It is the first well ever to be drilled in the Urema Graben area, DNO said.
Doctor en Ingenieria Mecanica, Ingeniero mecanico, Grupo Urema, Profesor de tiempo completo de la Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia.
But it was when he flew over Lake Urema, the aquatic heart of the floodplain, that Carr knew where he wanted to invest.
Currently outside the park confines--although it's believed that Mozambique's Council of Ministers will shortly approve the incorporation of land above 700 metres into the park--it's essential to its ecosystems, feeding rainwater through a network of streams and rivers into Lake Urema.
The Shona proverb Seka urema wafa (scorn at handicaps or naturally disadvantaged/less fortunate after your own death) also proves the same point.
zviera zvaizobatsira pakutyisidzira tsvuuramuromo kuti dzikaitag zvairambidzwa dzaizowirwa nematambudziko akaita sourwere, urema kana ndufu.