Bruce Onobrakpeya and the Harmattan
Workshop: Artistic Experimentation in the Niger Delta.
Three seasons of abortion were generated according to the month of the year, Rainy season: May to October; Dry season: February to April; and Harmattan
season: November to January.
In The Tale of the Harmattan
, the poem, "At the Kaiama Bridge" (33) expresses the poet's deep reflections on the irreparable loss caused by the encroachment and activities of oil prospectors on the aquatic environment of the Niger Delta region.
After testing over 90 meteorological variables with varying time lags, we found the most consistent improvement in the model's predictions came from including 2-week lagged relative humidity first and northeasterly winds second (the latter a possible surrogate for dry Harmattan
winds and dust transport).
(nota) vento caldo e secco; il termine indica anche la stagione secca, contrapposto a hivernage, tradotto con>>stagione delle piogge>>?
Photographed during Operation Harmattan
over Libya in 2011, this French Air Force Dassault Rafale B is armed with four Sagem Hammer AASM.
Towards the end of December, the harmattan
, a dry, sand-laden wind that blows off the Sahara, picks up, making the skies hazy for several months.
One bright afternoon between rainy season and harmattan
, I was in the department talking to another graduate student named Sesan, whose areas of interest were oral literature and Yoruba cosmology.
The harsh climatic conditions, particularly during the harmattan
(dry) season is also a factor which strongly contributes to the growth of the category, as these weather conditions come with ailments associated with coughs, colds and allergies.
The device runs the company's MeegoA[degrees]based Sailfish OS, which appeA[degrees] ars to be a cleaner, fullA[degrees]bodied iteration of MeeGo and Nokia's Harmattan
L'organisation des crimes en col blanc, Paris, Harmattan
, 2012, en ligne : Groupe L'Harmattan
The latest novel from Newcastle publisher Myrmidon Books is Harmattan
, a paperback by Gavin Weston.