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nigerian Sentence Examples

  • Oberhasli, Pygmy, Nigerian Dwarf, Angora... that's the one everybody confuses with a sheep...

  • Ghat is an important centre of the caravan trade between the Nigerian states and the seaports of the Mediterranean.

  • The political reasons which had resulted in the Nigerian territories being divided into three distinct administrations no longer existing, it was decided to unite them under one government, and as a first step in that direction Sir Walter (then Mr) Egerton was in 1904 appointed both governor of Lagos and high commissioner of Southern Nigeria.

  • East of that river Sokoto and its tributary emirates are ruled by Fula princes, subject to the control of the British Nigerian administration.

  • The Nigerian emirs acquired, however, an evil reputation during the 19th century as slave raiders.

  • The occupation of Uganda certainly, and of the Nigerian territory and Rhodesia probably, will prove to have been rather for the benefit of posterity than of the companies which effected it.

  • Oberhasli, Pygmy, Nigerian Dwarf, Angora... that's the one everybody confuses with a sheep...

  • Distinction is based on the unique inclusions and the chemical features of the Nigerian emeralds and green beryls.

  • The Governor General told me that I was the only honest Britisher in the Nigerian Colonial Service!

  • The Nigerian section of the CWI actively collaborated with the ruling class in forming the National conscience party - a radical bourgois party.

  • Craig Reid bagged two goals and an unnamed Nigerian grabbed another as the Bairns romped home as too-easy winners in the one-sided contest.

  • It is synonymous with Nigerian fives that nobody would consider inviting a mere player.

  • There is a generous use of the Nigerian Igbo folklore motif and unpretending protest poems, all of which make this a wealthy collection.

  • I have also played keyboards at a Mass for the Nigerian community where I was joined by percussionists.

  • This was the first lesson in democratic politics that the British taught Nigerian politicians.

  • read the Nigerian newspapers and British official reports.

  • secularity of the Nigerian state.

  • A second major characteristic of Nigerian televangelists is that they are leaders of a church, which in most cases they are the founders.

  • treason against the Nigerian people!

  • The latter feature is specially developed in the Nigerian G.

  • Ghat is an important centre of the caravan trade between the Nigerian states and the seaports of the Mediterranean (see Tripoli).

  • The political reasons which had resulted in the Nigerian territories being divided into three distinct administrations no longer existing, it was decided to unite them under one government, and as a first step in that direction Sir Walter (then Mr) Egerton was in 1904 appointed both governor of Lagos and high commissioner of Southern Nigeria.

  • East of that river Sokoto and its tributary emirates are ruled by Fula princes, subject to the control of the British Nigerian administration.

  • The Nigerian emirs acquired, however, an evil reputation during the 19th century as slave raiders.

  • The occupation of Uganda certainly, and of the Nigerian territory and Rhodesia probably, will prove to have been rather for the benefit of posterity than of the companies which effected it.

  • He could as easily have stayed in London and read the Nigerian newspapers and British official reports.

  • Some of the excuses under which this regimentation is imposed is the secularity of the Nigerian State.

  • A second major characteristic of Nigerian televangelists is that they are leaders of a church, which in most cases they are the founders.

  • Did I not let my colleagues down by refusing to commit treason against the Nigerian people !

  • Not only Nigerian but Ethiopian music from the 70s that has influences from funk and jazz, especially Mulatu, a vibraphone player.

  • The Internet casino world has drawn a lot of bad people, from the Nigerian scam artists to Russian and Eastern European fraudsters.

  • Her father was of Nigerian descent and worked as a lecturer of economics, while her mother was an English nurse.

  • For more information on becoming an expatriate, or foreign-born resident, of Nigeria, visit Nigeria Business Info or contact the Nigerian embassy in your home country.

  • Nigerian romance scams are one of the most popular Internet scams.

  • Nigerian scams promise millions in return for a small investment ranging from hundreds to thousands of dollars.

  • Despite the numerous warnings of such scams, Nigerian email scams remain popular even with spam filters and increased security in email.

  • Nigerian romance scams take advantage of lonely and wounded hearts, promising them the perfect partner of their dreams.

  • According to Romance Scammers dot com, a site devoted to debunking Russian and Nigerian romance scammers, these Internet predators offer you the image of a wholesome, honest person who would be perfect as a business or life partner.

  • Many victims of Nigerian email or romance scams loathe to report falling for it because it seems so clear-cut after the fact.

  • A common internet business scam is the so-called "Nigerian Letter" or "advanced fee scam".

  • Eberjey (pronounced ebb-er-zhey) means "joy" in Nigerian.

  • Don't spam -- Spamming costs almost nothing, and amazing as it may seem to you and me, there are still people out there who fall for Nigerian bankers and "herbal Viagra" offers.

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