aminate

am·i·nate

(am'i-nāt),
To combine with ammonia.

am·i·nate

(am'i-nāt)
To combine with ammonia.
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We thank Abdul Kamara, Harold Thomas, Samileu Kamara, Aminate Lawa, Alie Tie, Bobson Mansaray, and associated staff at the Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation; Alex Kanu and the other healthcare workers at the Sierra Leone-China Friendship Hospital for their efforts in coordinating sample collections and in collecting and transporting samples; Xian-Zhu Xia, Wen-Sen Liu, Zhao-Yang Bu, Zhen-Dong Guo, Song-Tao Yang, Zhong-Yi Li, Bo Zhou, Wei-Shi Lin, Yu-Wei Gao, Xue-Xing Zheng, Hua-Lei Wang, Hang Chi, Su-Hong Chen, Sheng-Qi Wang, and Xiao-Chen Bo for providing testing technical support; and Hong-Wu Yao, Yue Teng, Yi-Gang Tong, Zhuang Wang, Bao-Gui Jiang, Rui-Ruo Jiang, Ya-Wei Wang, and Bing Lu for assistance with data management.
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Editors Esi Sutherland-Addy and Aminate Diaw assert early on in the preface that: "From its inception, the West African and Sahelian volume took on the intense richness and complexity of the West African region it represents.
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A French tribunal accepted a similar claim in 1991: Re Aminate Diop, French Refugee Appeals Board, recours No.