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Speedport Smart Router integrierte DECT Basisst...
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- Für den IP-basierten Telekom Anschluss mit Anschlussgeschwindigkeiten bis 1000 MBit/s (unterstützt ADSL, ADSL2+, VDSL2+, Vectoring und Glasfaser)- Neue Benutzeroberfläche mit Standard-Ansicht für Jedermann und Expertenmodus für Kunden,- die mehr einstellen möchten.Superschnelles WLAN mit bis zu 2.100 Mbit/s und verbesserte Reichweite durch bis zu 4 Antennen pro Frequenz, Steigerung des Datendurchsatzes, Steigerung von 32 auf über 100 mögliche WLAN Clients, effektivere Ausnutzung des WLAN Spektrums durch zeitgleiches Senden im gleichen Zeitslot.- Bestens für Entertain TV gerüstet unterstützt zukünftig mehrere hochauflösende Streams.- Integrierte DECT Basisstation mit CAT-iq (für bis zu 5 Speedphones mit HD Voice)- Mit NFC (Near Field Communication) und QR Code noch einfacher Smartphones ins WLAN einbinden.- Zusätzlich zu WLAN TOGO ein WLAN - Gastzugang

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La communication en milieu hospitalier: Personn...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 31.03.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: La communication en milieu hospitalier: Personnel et patients, Titelzusatz: Exemple de la Polyclinique Internationale Saint-Joseph de Lomé-TOGO, Redaktion: Nzabamwita, Vincent, Verlag: Editions universitaires europeennes EUE, Sprache: Französisch, Rubrik: Kommunikationswissenschaften, Seiten: 132, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 213 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Yoruba-English/ English-Yoruba Dictionary & Phr...
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Yoruba, one of the national languages of Nigeria, is spoken by more than 30 million people worldwide. It is the most widely spoken language in Nigeria after English, and is also spoken in Benin and Togo. This unique, two-part resource provides travelers to Nigeria and other parts of West Africa with the tools they need for daily interaction. The bilingual dictionary has a concise vocabulary for everyday use, and the phrasebook allows instant communication on a variety of topics. Ideal for businesspeople, travelers, students, and aid workers, this guide includes: 4,000 dictionary entries; phonetics that are intuitive for English speakers Essential phrases on topics such as transportation, dining out, and business Concise grammar and pronunciation sections

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Yoruba-English/ English-Yoruba Dictionary & Phr...
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Yoruba, one of the national languages of Nigeria, is spoken by more than 30 million people worldwide. It is the most widely spoken language in Nigeria after English, and is also spoken in Benin and Togo. This unique, two-part resource provides travelers to Nigeria and other parts of West Africa with the tools they need for daily interaction. The bilingual dictionary has a concise vocabulary for everyday use, and the phrasebook allows instant communication on a variety of topics. Ideal for businesspeople, travelers, students, and aid workers, this guide includes: 4,000 dictionary entries; phonetics that are intuitive for English speakers Essential phrases on topics such as transportation, dining out, and business Concise grammar and pronunciation sections

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Yoruba mythology
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 33. Chapters: Orisha, Yoruba deities, Yoruba divinities, Shango, Obatala, Eshu, Yemaja, Olokun, Ogoun, Oduduwa, Oya, Egungun-oya, Orunmila, Oshunmare, Ifá, Obalumo, Ibeji, Orangun, Ayagunna, Sopona, Letra del año, Aganju, Oxossi, Zangbeto, List of Yoruba deities, Nana Buluku, Merindinlogun, Itan, ¿ba kò so, Ofiran, Ellegua, Emere, Abiku, Iroko Tree, Iya Nla, Egbere, Orungan. Excerpt: Ifá refers to the system of divination and the verses of the literary corpus known as the Odú Ifá. Yoruba religion identifies Orunmila as the Grand Priest; as that which revealed Oracle divinity to the world. Such is his association with the Oracle divinity; in some instances, the term "Orunmila" is used interchangeably with Ifá. Originating in West Africa in the form of a stringent Yoruba philosophy; celebrated in traditional African medicine, Santería (referred to as Lukumi), Candomblé, West African & Diaspora Vodou, and similarly in Orisa'Ifa lineages all over the globe. In the Yoruba religion, divination gives priests unreserved access to the teachings of Orunmila. Esu, is seen as being in charge of justice and the transportation of ebos, one said to lend authority (ase) to the oracle during provision of direction and or clarification of counsel. Ifa divination rites are claimed to provide an avenue of communication to the spiritual realm. In Togo, Ifá is known as Afa, where the Vodou deities come through and speak. In many of their Egbes, it is Alaundje who is honored as the first Bokono to have been taught how to divine the destiny of humans using the holy system of Afa. The Ifa Divination system was added in 2005 by UNESCO to its list of "Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity". Performing Ifa divination is called Ifa dida or idafa (or dida owo and ounte ale). Ifa dida / Idafa is performed by a Babalawo or Iyalawo or iyanifa (an initiated priest or priestess). Babalawo can be translated as "father of the secrets" while "Iyalawo" or sometimes "Iyanifa" means "mother that has Ifa(i.e. its blessing)". The babalawo or iyanifa provides insights about the current circumstances impacting the life of a person requesting this information and provides any necessary information to aid the individual. Awo is a reference for devotees in Orisa worship. It includes Babalawos, Iyalawo,Iyanifas, Babalorishas, Iyalorishas and even uninitiated devotees. In

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Yoruba mythology
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 33. Chapters: Orisha, Yoruba deities, Yoruba divinities, Shango, Obatala, Eshu, Yemaja, Olokun, Ogoun, Oduduwa, Oya, Egungun-oya, Orunmila, Oshunmare, Ifá, Obalumo, Ibeji, Orangun, Ayagunna, Sopona, Letra del año, Aganju, Oxossi, Zangbeto, List of Yoruba deities, Nana Buluku, Merindinlogun, Itan, ¿ba kò so, Ofiran, Ellegua, Emere, Abiku, Iroko Tree, Iya Nla, Egbere, Orungan. Excerpt: Ifá refers to the system of divination and the verses of the literary corpus known as the Odú Ifá. Yoruba religion identifies Orunmila as the Grand Priest; as that which revealed Oracle divinity to the world. Such is his association with the Oracle divinity; in some instances, the term "Orunmila" is used interchangeably with Ifá. Originating in West Africa in the form of a stringent Yoruba philosophy; celebrated in traditional African medicine, Santería (referred to as Lukumi), Candomblé, West African & Diaspora Vodou, and similarly in Orisa'Ifa lineages all over the globe. In the Yoruba religion, divination gives priests unreserved access to the teachings of Orunmila. Esu, is seen as being in charge of justice and the transportation of ebos, one said to lend authority (ase) to the oracle during provision of direction and or clarification of counsel. Ifa divination rites are claimed to provide an avenue of communication to the spiritual realm. In Togo, Ifá is known as Afa, where the Vodou deities come through and speak. In many of their Egbes, it is Alaundje who is honored as the first Bokono to have been taught how to divine the destiny of humans using the holy system of Afa. The Ifa Divination system was added in 2005 by UNESCO to its list of "Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity". Performing Ifa divination is called Ifa dida or idafa (or dida owo and ounte ale). Ifa dida / Idafa is performed by a Babalawo or Iyalawo or iyanifa (an initiated priest or priestess). Babalawo can be translated as "father of the secrets" while "Iyalawo" or sometimes "Iyanifa" means "mother that has Ifa(i.e. its blessing)". The babalawo or iyanifa provides insights about the current circumstances impacting the life of a person requesting this information and provides any necessary information to aid the individual. Awo is a reference for devotees in Orisa worship. It includes Babalawos, Iyalawo,Iyanifas, Babalorishas, Iyalorishas and even uninitiated devotees. In

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La communication en milieu hospitalier: Personn...
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La communication en milieu hospitalier: Personnel et patients ab 55.9 EURO Exemple de la Polyclinique Internationale Saint-Joseph de Lomé-TOGO

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Syntactic study of trade names in 5 Francophone...
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Francophone West African countries use the French Language as their official means of communication in a multilingual environment of various local and foreign languages. From the time of colonization to independence, the French Language has been the one mostly used in official matters, including the wording of trade names. In contrast to this long dated and commonly recognized linguistic situation, more and more business, shop and workshop owners have been wording, since about the 1990s, their trade names with some kind of Anglophone syntactic structure with French words, French and English words and in few cases with some local languages words. Population movement is a constant characteristic of world history. As a matter of fact and for various social motives, members of several French and English speech communities meet and interact, which brings about language contact. The social encounter then gives rise to a linguistic phenomenon which is exemplified in the specific case of this study by the insertion of English syntactic structure in trade names in French in the Francophone West African countries covered by this study: Benin, Burkina-Faso, Côte d Ivoire, Niger and Togo.

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Africa: Challenges of Multilingualism
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The book presents a collection of papers in English, French and German, which touch on a wide variety of cultural, political, and educational ramifications of multilingualism in Africa. Apart from the general introduction, all contributions stem from African scholars representing their inside perspective on matters. The contributions refer to sociolinguistic situations primarily in Benin, Kenya, Mali, Senegal, South Africa, Sudan and Togo. They deal with aspects of language contact and language change, language empowerment and protection of linguistic diversity, linguistic landscape and language legitimization, regional integration, HIV/AIDS communication, and language issues in education from primary to tertiary level. A special sub-focus is on the teaching of foreign languages such as German in Africa. The book contains 12 contributions in English, three in French, and two in German.

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