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“(The fish is by Julien Canavezes, Mr. T is by Enkel Dika, and the astronaut band is by Forent Bocognani.)”
“Best Way to Eat It: Resembling smooth walnuts, Dika seeds are cracked open by harvesters to collect the edible kernel contained inside.”
“Dika in Action: Each year, thousands of tons of "Dika nuts" are harvested throughout Western Africa, providing a critical income to millions of farmers and harvesters throughout West Africa.”
“When forests are cleared in West Africa for firewood or for farmland, the Dika trees are, more often than not, left untouched.”
“These kernals can be eaten raw or roasted, but most are processed and pounded into Dika butter or compacted into bars or pressed to produce cooking oil.”
“Dika says officials who maintain the new visa system is working well are “totally out of touch with reality.””
“_Dika fat_ or _Wild Mango oil_ is obtained from the seed kernels of various kinds of _Irvingia_ by boiling with water.”
“Diana Dika, 43, an English teacher from Split, said her "eyes were opened" after reading Icke's books.”
“Dika denge sabko jo balatkar Karne ki kshamtaa yaha ke chaatro mein hai wo sansaar ke kisi chaatro mein nahiii.”
“They went hard to our net all night and caused havoc for (goalie Kris) Dika getting a few garbage goals in the process, but Kris stood tall and made key saves for us down the stretch.”
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