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semi

adjective fractional, fragmentary, half, half finished, not whole, partial, unfinished
Associated concepts: semiannually
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"Our end goal is to be able to support and capacitize SEMEs financially and help them contribute to the economic growth of the country," Paterno said.
Several service delivery options were considered for Pixley ka Seme area that would improve TAT, while taking into account the vast distances between facilities in the district and proximity to the closest testing facilities.
The South African Olympic Committee doctor overruled Seme's decision hours later.
In the words of a trader at the Seme side of Benin Republic, Hajia Wasila Ahmed, 'The warehouses are filled to the brim with rice waiting for evacuation by distributors who had deposited money from Nigeria and other parts of the country, particular the north, including Niger.
Seme border, le point de passage terrestre le plus frequente du Nigeria et principal couloir commercial de l'Afrique de l'ouest, a ete ferme sans preavis mardi apres l'interception le 16 aout a Laqos de plusieurs camions transportant des medicaments prohibes, notamment de la tramadol et de la codeine.
Toulouse et Montauban vivront ces prochains jours dans le souvenir de cette semaine de mars 2012 oE Mohamed Merah a seme l'horreur, avec des hier lundi des hommages rendus a la premiere victime du "tueur au scooter", le parachutiste Imad Ibn Ziaten.
Her coach Michael Seme has suggested that she could run at a summer series meeting, part of the local season, in Cape Town on December 18, but Semenya thinks otherwise.
Her coach Michael Seme said: "It is true we have two competitions in Europe later this month, but we are not going to rush Caster into going for big meetings.
According to Sport24, 'Athletics South Africa' has informed that Semenya was left out of the 42-member team for the continental championships named on Sunday following consultation between the national federation and Semenya's coach Michael Seme.
Her coach Michael Seme said: "Her room-mates in Berlin have seen her naked in the showers and she has nothing to hide," apart from a packet of Bic and her shaving foam.
Most recently he had been training to be a vehicle mechanic at the School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (SEME) in Bordon.