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Amusa then offers a respite from the tragic elements of the plot, while the laughter induced parallels with those scenes in Shakespeare on offer for the groundlings and the aristocracy.
Amusa Olayinka was sent off in the final minute for Athletic.
Grays' misery was compounded when defender Amusa Olayinka was sent-off at the death for a foul on Tony Shields.
The members of Parliament under FDD have also filed a notice of motion before Amusa Mwanamwambwa, Speaker of the National Assembly, for the impeachment of President Chiluba, however, this does not seem to be getting anywhere.
While Miss Ubani Chinaemerem of Covenant University emerged this year's Best Marketing Student, Olamilekan Abdulazeez, University of Ilorin; Ogede Oluwatobi, Caleb University; Amusa Oluwatosin, Lagos State Polytechnic and Agber Isaac, Benue State University, emerged the first, second, third and fourth runners-up respectively.
Very few previous studies have supported the contributions of demographic variables to the overall job performance of employees or to task based and contextual components of employee performance (Motowidlo and Van Scotter, 1994;Osaremen and Ogunleye, 2009; Azil, Shaffril and Uli, 2010; Elvira and Town, 2011; Tari and Anike, 2011; Olorunsola, 2012; Amusa, Iyoro and Olabisi, 2013; Hassan and Ogunkoya, 2014; Met and Ali, 2014).
In Soyinka's' "DKH", semi-literate participants like Amusa and Joseph who are collaborators and employers of labor under the colonial master (Mr.
Professor Rosalind Croucher, BA(Hons) LLB PhD AMusA ACLM (Hon) FRSA FAAL TEP, President of the Australian Law Reform Commission, has been conferred the award of Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to the law as an academic, to legal reform and education, to professional development, and to the arts .
7 (Percent) growth inhibition (Muhammad and Amusa, 2003; Ahmed Idris et al.
Idowu MA, Oni A and BM Amusa Bread and biscuit making potential of some Nigerian cocoyam cultivars.