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fundus

[′fən·dəs]
(anatomy)
The bottom of a hollow organ.
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It is then that Oloo used my phone to call KPA acting Administration Manager Bildad Kisero who joined us and offered us drinks," Fundi said.
The Fundi Effect, therefore, describes Baker's approach to activism because she always looked to create leaders rather than simply have followers.
But for Bernabe Abe Concepcion the right cross to the head which flattened Fundi 26 seconds gone in the second round meant one thing: The power which once attracted worldwide attention is back.
In a study from Israel in which hospital pediatricians' ability to diagnose abnormalities of ocular fundi was assessed, mean score for the fundus pictures quiz was 48%1.
This is a primary justification for a study which describes and explains Africa in its own terms and from this derives a new paradigm of the African state, Fundi wa Afrika.
As I try to make clear in my campaign, I am a fundi Green, whose basic attachment is to GPUSA, as being more oriented in that direction than ASGP.
The cortical valleys, or fundi, that lie beneath these swarming cerebral summits may help coordinate problem solving and other complex types of thinking, two psychologists suggest in a new study.
The truth of these observations was never more evident than at the recent FUNDI EXPO '91, the 11th International Foundry Congress and Exposition held in Monterrey, Mexico (October 21-25,199 1).