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oxysporum garantizan su sobrevida hasta encontrar condiciones propicias para germinar y proliferar (Morse et al., 2000; Amusa et al., 2003; Aboagye et al., 2005).
The National Teacher Institute is the second national establishment that caters to distance education in Nigeria (Adesoye & Amusa, 2011).
Men are reportedly continuously dominating farm decision making, even in areas where women are the largest providers of farm labour (Enete and Amusa, 2010).
Glaxo's results eased investors' concerns as the company emerges from the worst of its patent expirations, said Gbola Amusa, an analyst at UBS AG in London.
President Amusa Yar'adua's emphasis is on infrastructure improvements, one of the main impediments to Nigeria's economic growth.
Elesin Nonso Anozie Praise Singer Giles Terera Iyaloja Claire Benedict Simon Pilkings Lucian Msamati Jane Pilkings Jenny Jules Olunde Kobna Holdbrook-Smith Sergeant Amusa Derek Ezenagu Joseph Daniel Poyser Bride Medina Ajikawo HRH the Prince David Ajala The Resident Anthony Ofoegbu Aide-de-camp David Webber With: Sarah Amankwa, 'Kemi Durosinmi, Robert Eugene, Karlina Grace, Hazel Holder, Gbemisola Ikumelo, Tony James-Andersson, Gemma McFarlane-Edmond, Coral Messam, Rex Obano, Demi Oyediran, Jason Rowe, Seun Shote.
Rosalie Day BMus AMusA GradDipLibStud MA AALIA has been employed as information manager at Community Information Strategies Australia Inc since 2000.
Such negative use of recreation predispose them to delinquency, drunkenness, habitual use of psychoactive drugs, idleness, sexual promiscuity, armed robbery, cultism, poor academic performance, social and emotional problems (Amusa, 1988).
Alas, the only ColorLines writer who seems interested in exploring this issue further is Malena Amusa, who posits on a recent RaceWire blog that today's "era of angry Asian men" may have finally killed (no pun intended) yesterday's stubborn stereotype of the meek Asian male.
Katelyn Barney (BMus Hons, BA, AmusA) is researching Indigenous Australian women performing in contemporary music contexts for a doctoral degree at the University of Queensland.