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The Aroma of Vanuatu by Mercedes Lopez-Tomlinson

Title The Aroma of Vanuatu
Author Mercedes Lopez-Tomlinson
Publisher
Release 2019-05
Category History
Total Pages 132
ISBN 9781906393267
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Vanuatu is a country in the South Pacific between Australia and Fiji. It has preserved traditions passed from generations for thousands of years.The author describes her experiences and the extraordinary people she met during her years in Vanuatu and also talks about the traditions of more than three thousand years.

Title Destination South Pacific Vanuatu
Author
Publisher
Release 2002
Category Investments, Foreign
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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When in Vanuatu by Nicki Chen

Title When in Vanuatu
Author Nicki Chen
Publisher She Writes Press
Release 2021-04-27
Category Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 1647420350
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Diana quit her job and followed her husband to Manila, she believed the move would work for both of them: Jay would finally have his dream job, and she would take time off from her accounting career to start a family. Four years later, however, she’s still not pregnant. Her fertility doctor advises her to relax—an undertaking that is easier said than done in one of the noisiest, most crowded cities in the world. Nevertheless, Diana tries. She takes up yoga and meditation. She buys goldfish. Then one day, while Jay is away on business, a violent coup d’etat erupts. The rebels bomb the presidential palace and occupy parts of the city. Clearly, Diana decides, something needs to change. Determined to have a baby while she’s still young enough, she convinces Jay to transfer to the small South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, said to be “the most relaxing place on earth.” It isn’t long before she realizes that the island’s tropical beauty hides dangers and disappointments that will test her courage, her marriage, and her ability to open herself up to new possibilities.

Title Gospel and Culture in Vanuatu 3
Author Randall Prior
Publisher
Release 2003
Category Christianity and culture
Total Pages 190
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Third in a series of studies examining the relationship between the Christian gospel and local culture in Vanuatu. Presents reports from study group workshops at the 2002 National Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Vanuatu. Also features interviews with local church and community leaders and an essay on the concept of conversion. Includes contributor notes and lists, colour photos, and glossary. Editor is a Uniting Church minister who has worked in Vanuatu, was founding Chairperson of the Victorian Council of Churches Commission on the Gospel and Cultures, and is currently Professor of Ministry Studies at the United Faculty of Theology, Melbourne.

Gardens of Oceania by Annie Walter

Title Gardens of Oceania
Author Annie Walter
Publisher IRD Editions
Release 2007
Category Agriculture
Total Pages 326
ISBN 9781863204705
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Gardens of Oceania summarises available knowledge about numerous food plants with commercial potential, in order to assure the development of an agriculture that can produce a sufficient amount to cope with a formidable population growth while at the same time preserving the Vanuatu environment.

Indigenous Fruit Trees in the Tropics by Festus K. Akinnifesi

Title Indigenous Fruit Trees in the Tropics
Author Festus K. Akinnifesi
Publisher CABI
Release 2008
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 438
ISBN 1845931106
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book comprises 5 parts and 21 chapters discussing the domestication of indigenous fruit trees in Africa, Oceania, Latin America and Asia; and describes the biophysical and socio-economic aspects of Miombo fruit trees.

A Descriptive Grammar of Merei Vanuatu by Ying Shing Anthony Chung

Title A Descriptive Grammar of Merei Vanuatu
Author Ying Shing Anthony Chung
Publisher Pacific Linguistics Research School of Pacific and Asian Stu
Release 2005
Category Merei language
Total Pages 74
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Merei language is spoken by about four hundred people in the villages of Angoru, Navele, Tombet and Vusvogo in the interior of Espiritu Santo Island , Vanuatu . Merei, like most other languages from the interior of Espiritu Santo , has not previously been described. Merei is an SVO language with many typical Oceanic features such as a split between alienable and inalienable possession and frequent verb serialisation. Morphological structure is relatively simple, but bi-morphemic nouns are common. The language is rigidly head-marking and prepositional. This work is mainly based on language data collected by the author in Navele village in Espiritu Santo Island of Vanuatu, where he lived from May 1995 until March 1997.

Title Travel Leisure
Author
Publisher
Release 1994
Category Travel
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Agriculture in Vanuatu by Barry Weightman

Title Agriculture in Vanuatu
Author Barry Weightman
Publisher
Release 1989
Category Agriculture
Total Pages 320
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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