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Fulani

a cattle-owning tribe in West Africa. Many varieties of zebu cattle are included in the general category of Fulani. See sudanese fulani cattle.
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Fula stressed that the judge who convicted her in Egypt told her he knew she was innocent and he had resigned after her case for the fact that he could not prove her innocence.
The examples in (h), (i), (j), (k), (n), (o), (p) and (q) are derived from Hausa and/or Fula.
Jobe prefers to keep the sounds of the Fula, Mandingo, Wolof and Jola separate within each song, avoiding any spurious mixing, but still open to transposing the tuning and rhythms to keyboards and guitars.
For example, the Fula of Northern Sierra Leone were a poor Moslem society twenty-five years ago.
Fula, West Kordufan, March 12 (SUNA) - Presidential candidate, Omar Bashir of the National Congress Party, has explained that his party's presidential programme for West Kordufan State is focused on achieving the maximum possible development in the areas as well as completing the development projects currently underway there.
1 Mandinka, Wolof, Fula, others Ghana 92,098 51 Accra English, 27,045,000 2.
Ramatoulie Bj Saidykhan said in her Fula community in Gambia, women who have not been subjected to FGM can face persecution.
Block 6: In November 2004, CNPC brought online its Fula field on Block 6 in northern Sudan at the initial rate of 10,000 b/d of sour crude.
It was described as an amalgam of the music of Wassoulou hunters, Bozo fishermen, the Mandingo and Fula peoples of southern Mali with the added spice of his extraordinary guitar.
Algerian singer Fula has described the year 2011 as a
363 59 Banjul English, Mandinka, Wolof, Fula, others 1,800,000 3.