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William Reeves (bishop) - Publications
... A description of Nendrum, commonly called Mahee Island, embracing its present condition and past history', in Ulster Journal of Archaeology (second series) 8, 13–22, 58–68 ... Duilech in the Diocese of Dublin Commonly Called Saint Doulagh's Containing a Paper Read Before the Royal Irish Academy on Monday, 11 April 1859 (Printed at the Dublin University Press by M ... Gill, 1864) On the Céli-dé, Commonly Called Culdees (Dublin Published by the Academy, 1864, 145 pages) A Sermon Preached at the Consecration of the Church of St ...
At Sign - Names in Other Languages
... In Afrikaans, it is called "aapstert", meaning "monkey tail" ... In Belarusian, it's called "сьлімак" ("helix", "snail") In Bosnian, it is "ludo a" ("crazy a") ... In Bulgarian, it is called кльомба ("klyomba", means nothing else) or маймунско а (maymunsko a "monkey A"), maimunka (маймунка), "little monkey" ...
Delt - Human Anatomy - Origins
... The anterior deltoid are commonly called front delts for short ... They are commonly called lateral deltoid ... This muscle is also called middle delts, outer delts, or side delts for short ...
Mara Region
... later developed into the town of Musoma was first settled by the Kurya subtribe of Abhakabhwa, commonly called Wakabwa ... (for the many Kurianic subtribes such as Abhakerobha - commonly called Wakiroba Wasimbiti, Wakenye, nk.) ... graves just outside Musoma, particularly in Nyabhange (now commonly called Nyabangi) in Kiroba Land ...
Origin of The Name Musoma
... was first settled by the Kurya subtribe of Abhakabhwa, commonly called Wakabwa ... the many Kurianic subtribes such as Abhakerobha - commonly called Wakiroba Wasimbiti, Wakenye, nk.) ... of this war are several mass graves just outside Musoma, particularly in Nyabhange (now commonly called Nyabangi) in Kiroba Land ...

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