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nyala:

see bushbuckbushbuck,
either of two small, delicate, spiral-horned antelopes of sub-Saharan Africa, the imbabala (Tragelaphus sylvaticus) and the kéwel (T. scriptus), formerly classified as a single species.
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This came when the Jeremiah met in Nyala with caretaker Wali of South Darfur State, Maj.
A large crowd of Otash IDPs camp, northeast of Nyala, marched at least three kilometres before to reach the state government buildings to hand over a memorandum demanding to improve services in the camp and raise rations.
Deforestation, fire, encroachment by livestock, and agriculture have been known to be the major driving forces for the degradation, fragmentation, and loss of mountain nyala and Menelik's bushbuck habitat, including protected areas [6,9,18-21].
In Westport, Nyala Farms, home to hedge fund Bridgewater, as well as Terex, Morgan Stanley and other tenants, is a five-building, 372,207-square-foot corporate complex set on 53 acres.
"Nyala Farms is a true gem in a lushly landscaped setting, providing an outstanding location that is easily accessible from residential areas in the Town of Westport and nearby communities."
We returned to the same area, driving around, hoping to see a nyala the size I wanted.
Demonstrators in Nyala called for an end to the high-prices, and some even called for the "fall of the regime".
He was in charge of logistics at the pediatrics centre opened in Nyala by
Governor of Southern Darfur Abdulhamid Musa Kasa, other Turkish and Sudanese officials, and people of Nyala attended the ground-breaking ceremony on Sunday.
What we didn't get in 2008 was the antelope I wanted most of all, the nyala. Native to Zululand's thick coastal thornbush on up through coastal Mozambique, the nyala is one of the nine principal spiral-horned antelope and very possibly the most beautiful.
"Two Russian pilots were kidnapped by a small armed group in a section of Nyala," Saad said.
14, 2010, SPA -- Armed men abducted two U.N.-African Union (UNAMID) peacekeepers in Sudan&'s Darfur region on Saturday in the biggest town Nyala, the mission said.