Definition of Kebeles

1. kebele [n] - See also: kebele



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kebeles

kebap
kebaps
kebar
kebars
kebaya
kebayas
kebbed
kebbie
kebbies
kebbing
kebbock
kebbocks
kebbuck
kebbucks
kebele
kebeles (current term)
keblah
keblahs
kebob
kebobbed
kebobbing
kebobs
kebs
kebuzone
kecapi
kecapi suling
keck
kecked
kecking
keckite

Literary usage of Kebeles

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1. Evil Days: Thirty Years of War and Famine in Ethiopia by Alexander De Waal (1991)
"PAs and kebeles also resorted to picking up strangers and vagrants from the streets in order to fill their quotas. On one occasion they conscripted a ..."

2. Population and Health in Developing Countries: Population, Health, and by INDEPTH Network (2002)
"... BRHP was initiated in mid-1986 with a complete census of the 10 sampled kebeles (kebele is the smallest administrative unit in Ethiopia) in the District ..."

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