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I need a defination of a Zulu term "ukuchachamba"

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I need a zipcode for South Africa,Kwa-Zulu Natal


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Po765?code is defined as?


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My friend mentioned she saw zulu weaved baskets with brightly coloured intricate patterns. is this real? if so, where can i find?


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I want a calc that has a space for me to type in a sum


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Many languages claim to be Object-Oriented. While the
exact definition of the term is highly variable
depending upon who you ask, there are several
qualities that most will agree an Object-Oriented
language should have:

1. Encapsulation/Information Hiding
2. Inheritance
3. Polymorphism/Dynamic Binding
4. All pre-defined types are Objects
5. All operations performed by sending messages to
Objects
6. All user-defined types are Objects
Fair enough...

Java IS by virtue of 1, 2, 3, and 6.
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