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Atoke

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This is a single bell called the Atoke (a-toe-kay). It is played with a
This is a single bell called the Atoke. (a-toe-kay). It is played with a metal.
The Hatsiatsia (pronounced Hat-cha-cha) is a traditional piece of
What is an atoke? 8. Draw a picture of the two bells.
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In the atoke (sexually immature) stage, the eyes are hemispheroid and small.
ARTERIAL ROAD NETWORK AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
DEDICATION. This work is dedicated to. My mother, Julianah Atoke and.
INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH REPORTS A PROFILE ON MUSIC AND

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33000 awaiting trial in Nigerian prisons
The Minister spoke in Abuja when he received the Commissioner and Special Rapporteur of the African Commission for Human Rights, Mrs. Dupe Atoke. She is on an assignment to ensure that Nigeria is complying with the non-torture policy of the AU.

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Ewe drumming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The atoke is a forged-iron bell instrument and is shaped somewhat like a boat or a banana.
Atoke
Feb 9, 2009 Toke (aka Atoke). The Toke is another instrument of the forged-iron bell family that produces a bell-like tone when struck.
Atoke - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
the anterior sexless part of certain polychaete worms from which grows the sexual portion — compare epitoke.
Atoke Bells‏ - YouTube
Kbosh on Jul 2, 2007. Ewe atokes bells, improvised by Jerry Leake I really like the sound of the Atoke Bell, you're an awesome player.
Atoke Bell Set - Djembe Direct
atoke toke apitua african bell canoe banana bell ewe percussion instrument ghana togo benin drumming.

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