shuga

shuga

[′shü·gə]
(oceanography)
A spongy, rather opaque, whitish chunk of ice which forms instead of pancake ice if the freezing takes place in sea water which is considerably agitated.
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With the Shuga Photography tour, tailored to your needs, get rid of those pesky little problems and walk away understanding the techniques needed for great night photography.
Akin Shuga, the leader of the 14-piece live band, Shuga was recently unveiled as the Rotary International District 9110 Polio Ambassador (covering Lagos and Ogun State) and in less than one month after that historic feat, he was announced and decorated as the national ambassador of the body as well.
The 31-year-old singer and actor first broke into the world of acting in MTV's Shuga series and was later featured in Noose of Gold, were she played the role of Corrine, a drug trafficker.
Many people recognise him from MTV Shuga, where he acted as an abusive boyfriend called Sol.
The 2016 award finalists included: Energize the Chain, MTV Shuga Campaign, Satellite Assisted Pastoralist Resource Management (SAPARM) and Sustainable Living Beyond BordersTransforming Lives via Health and Wellness.
She has another dog, Shuga, who is too big to travel.
Advanced cellular barcoding strategies allowed parallel sequencing of large numbers of single cells at ultra-low depths," said Joe Shuga, co-author on the paper and a senior scientist at Fluidigm Corporation.
We understand the importance of giving back to the community we call home,” said Rita Shuga, Vice President and Principle.
2000) and Tolstoy's 'The Death of Ivan Il'ich,'" by Amy Mandelker; "Inverting the Imperial Dyad: Post-Soviet Screen Adaptations of Tolstoy's 'A Prisoner of the Caucasus,'" by Vlad Strukov and Sarah Hudspith; "Screening Anna Karenina: Myth via Novel or Novel via Myth," by Irina Makoveeva; "Anna in Almaty: Darejan Omirbaev's Shuga (2007)," by Alyssa Deblasio; and "Adaptation in Contexts: A Tale of Two Annas," by Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy.
An advocate and supporter of initiatives that motivate, empower and educate Africa's youth, Okosi has been the driving force behind popular shows such as Shuga, the award-winning TV drama and multimedia campaign designed to change the sexual behaviour of African youth.
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