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- proper n. A people (the Banyankore) of southwestern Uganda.
- proper n. The lect spoken by these people, Nyankole.
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Magistrate Jolly Nkore of Mengo Court yesterday set September 9-10 for the hearing.
Bunyoro armies defeated Buganda and Nkore but fled from latter during an eclipse of the sun.
The interlacustrine region saw a buildup of population along the western and southwestern shores of Lake Victoria, leading to expansion to the northwest and north, settling the protopopulations of later communities such as the Ganda, Soga, Nkore, and Bunyoro.
Nkore was sentenced to two-and-a-half years behind bars after admitting one count of posession with intent to supply the drug.
The pair, who knew each other from the gym where Nkore worked, were caught after McFarlane was found with three kilos of heroin in a carrier bag after leaving Nkore's home in May this year.