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Ad·wa

 (äd′wə, ăd′-) also A·du·wa or A·do·wa (ä′də-wə, ăd′ə-)
A town of northern Ethiopia south of Asmara, Eritrea. Emperor Menelik II decisively defeated the Italians here in 1896 to secure recognition of Ethiopia's independence.
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One of the most prominent figures in this youth movement is Adwa Al Dakheel -- a 27-year-old entrepreneur who has already acquired a long list of impressive achievements during her 13-year career to date.
Every year on March 1, Ethiopians come together to celebrate the historic defeat of the colonial Italian forces by their brave warriors led by Emperor Menelik II in 1896 near the town of Adwa in the Tigray Region.
The result of Princess Adwa's work is "Exhibit 23" (named for the 23 classes of students who graduated from IAET).
This finding is consistent with the findings of studies conducted at Adama University [19], in Adwa town [18], on Arba Minch college students [26], at Mekelle University [25], and at Wachamo University [24], and a study conducted on female clients of the Ethiopian Immigration and Nationality Affairs Office [22].
Ambulances dispatched from the cities of Beni Suef and Minya transported the victims to local hospitals in Adwa, Minya and Maghagha, according to local news outlet Youm7.
I would like to thank the organizers of the important Commemoration of the 121st Anniversary of the historic Battle of Adwa for inviting me to join you here today, as I did at the memorable celebration at Adwa two days ago, where the important announcement was made that the PanAfrican University will be established in Adwa.
The objective of this study was to assess the prevalence and associated factor of low birth weight in Adwa Hospital, North Ethiopia.
Following the initial launch, STC has since organised another 'journey', which will include work from popular Saudi blogger Adwa Al Dakheel.
1974) magnum opus on the very subject-matter of the section, entitled Adwa' al-bayan fi tafsir al-Qur'an bil-Qur'an.
These early films were followed by Harvest 3000, set in Ethiopia; and Adwa, a documentary on the Italian defeat at Adowa by Emperor Menelik in 1896.
The USD 76.11-million loan will improve the lives of nearly one million people in the towns of Adama, Adwa, Bichena and Gode and the nearby villages.