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NOUN   bwana | bwanas
bwana [in East Africa a respectful term of address for a man]Herr {m}
filmF
Bwana Devil [Arch Oboler]
Bwana, der Teufel
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  • Bwana, der Teufel = Bwana Devil [Arch Oboler]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • "Call Me Bwana" is a 1963 British Technicolor farce film starring Bob Hope and Anita Ekberg and directed by Gordon Douglas.
  • Kasiti Joseph Zulu (born 7 April 1952) is a Zambian politician. He served as Member of the National Assembly for Bwana Mkubwa between 2006 and 2011.
  • On February 3, 2016, Magnus would once again sign to play college soccer at the University of Washington, joining fellow academy teammates Kasey French and Handwalla Bwana.
  • On February 3, 2016, French would once again sign to play college soccer at the University of Washington, joining fellow academy teammates Handwalla Bwana and John Magnus.
  • Upon arrival, the trio find themselves confronted by local police. Bwana and Kito are thrown in jail, and Lina is taken away by the police chief.

  • The purpose of this poem was to display that Bwana Mzamil (the opposer of Bwana Madhubuti) believed he was indispensable, persuading listeners that he was a bad politician.
  • Adolphe Lumanu Mulenda Bwana N’sefu, born on 5 September 1952 in Kabinda, Lomami Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo, is a politician.
  • Ndola District is divided into four constituencies, namely Ndola Central, Kabushi, Bwana Mkubwa and Chifubu.
  • Some of the covers of "Jambo Bwana" come under different titles and have modified lyrics.
  • The sultan was also styled Mfaume/Mfalme; the only known incumbent (no dates) was: Bwana Fumu.

  • Both the mine and the Bwana Mkubwa facility [...] away were owned by First Quantum Minerals (FQM).
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