, named after a wind that blows across the Sahara, is dedicated to the girl, Ramatou Hassane.
13) As this discussion points out, the FAF is equally proud of its effort in Operation Harmattan
By late October, the rains abruptly give way to the harmattan
, which is accompanied by wind shear stress.
Before the harmattan
and the digger, unmoving I sit; before these
8m in seed capital to create a new Burkina Faso focussed gold exploration Company Harmattan
Gold Pty Ltd (HMG).
Thin disparity may be attributed to two reasons namely: (i) evaporation which is higher in dry seasons and (ii) cold harmattan
winds which prevail at this time of the year.
A dry wind from the Sahara called the Harmattan
blows from December to March.
The roots of HB were dried under shade during the harmattan
season in Nigeria (November-December) and 2 kg of the dried root powder were percolated with hexane for 48 h, after which the hexane fraction was filtered off through a separate funnel and the solvent was removed at 40[degrees]C under reduced pressure in a rotavapor.
History was made in Ladoke Akintola University of Technology during 1998/99 Harmattan
semester when the curriculum on the use of library was approved by the senate.
du hongrois par Veronique Charaire, Gabon Klahiczay et Philippe Thureau-Dangin, Harmattan
, Paris, 1985.
Africa's Best First Book: I Do Not Come to You by Chance by Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani; The Shape of Him by Gill Schierhout; The Shadow of a Smile by Kachi Ozumba; Come Sunday by Isla Morley; Sleepers Wake by Alistair Morgan; Jelly Dog Days by Erica Emdon; and Harmattan
Rain by Aysha Harunna Attah.
even during the harmattan
period when the weather is very cold and dry.