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THE STRUCTURE OF THE IGBO VERB PHRASE

By Austin Amaechi .ali

THE STRUCTURE OF THE IGBO VERB PHRASE

Published: 03/02/1994

Tags: AUSTIN AMAECHi .ALI

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F.C Ogbalu and Igbo Culture

By Nwadike, Uzoma. I

F.C Ogbalu and Igbo Culture

Published: 02/12/2018

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Echiche Miri Emi

By Nwadika, Uzoma . I

Echiche Miri Emi

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Echiche, Miri Emi. 1990.

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Igbo Studies and Examinations in Igbo, 1830- 1981

By Nwadike, Uzoma. I

Igbo Studies and Examinations in
Igbo, 1830- 1981

Published: 18/09/1982

Tags: Igbo Studies, Examination

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Learned Comicality: Image of the Teacher in Nigerian Literature

By Inyama, N. F.

The teacher has become one of the more common characters in Nigerian Writing. The only other character that could comete with him in terms of frequency of appearance.

Published: 05/06/1987

Tags: comicality, image of the teacher, In Niger

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Okike(47)

By Inyama, N. F.

I start this essay with an assertion. Its seems to me that after a writer has produced a number of works, or has practised his craft for a reasonable length of time, certain patterns or elements begin to reappear from one text to another. Just a smost writers develop individual or peculiar styles over time, a particular theme, symbol, or character may continue to resurface in a writer’s successive productions, even if with the varying degrees of emphasis, elaboration or disguise.

Published: 12/02/2003

Tags: Okike, Inyama, N. F.

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Prize Notes on Literature

By Inyama, N. F

Baako, a young Ghanaian, returns to the country after spending five years in America as a student. While in America he had studied script_writing and television production. On the plane taking him home, he meets another Ghanaian, who tells him a few things about the current state of affairs in Ghana and informs him that as a “been-to” that is Ghanaian who has “been-to” England, America, or anywhere else abroad there were expectations back home that he would play certain roles for the benefit of his family, especially in the provision of material things for them.

Published: 16/10/2008

Tags: Prize Notes, Literature, 2008

Size: 4.36MB

The Producer in the Palm Oil Export of South- Eastern Nigeria in the Era of ‘Legitimate Commerce

By Njoku O.n.

By the 1840s, when the exports of slaves from South-Eastern Nigeria had, for all practical purposes, ceased, palm produce had emerged as the dominant export of the region. The new trade ultimately turned out to be far more lucrative and positive in its impact than its predecessor.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: palm oil export, legitimate commerce, South-Eastern Nigeria

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Language and Literature: In a Developing Country

By B.n. Anasiudu, G.i. Nwaozuzu, et al

This paper examines the structural patterns of engineering discourse exhibited by engineering students for this course study, we examined the expository writings of the category of students over a period of three years.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: language, developing country

Size: 1.58MB

Communicative Functions of Igbo Theophoric Anthroponyms

By Iwundu, M.c

Communicative Functions of Igbo Theophoric Anthroponyms

Published: 13/03/1997

Tags: anthroponyms, Igbo, communicative functions, Iwundu

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Learned Comicality: Image of the Teacher in Nigerian Literature

By Inyama, N. F.

The teacher has become one of the more common characters in Nigerian writing. The only other character that could compete with him in terms of frequency of appearance is probably the politician.

Published: 23/06/1987

Tags: comicality, teacher, Nigerian literature

Size: 892.59KB

Stoneware Ash Glazes: Analysis of Trials from Rice Husks Ashes Grown in Afikpo (111) Keywords

By Ali, Vincent .c

Stoneware Ash Glazes: Analysis of Trials from Rice Husks Ashes Grown in Afikpo (111)

Published: 21/06/2006

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Towards Improving the Studio Practice of Tile-making in Nigeria (ii)

By Ali, V.e

Towards Improving the Studio Practice of Tile-making in Nigeria (ii)

Published: 23/11/2004

Size: 865.63KB

Improvisation in Kiln Design and Construction: A Pioneering Approach in a Depressed Economy

By Ali, V.e

Improvisation in Kiln Design and Construction: A Pioneering Approach in a Depressed Economy

Published: 05/06/2000

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