9 thoughts on “ Kuiama ”

  1. Jul 26,  · My my Kuiama, she came in the morning She smiled but the tears on her little face Showed the pain that had been in that far-off place So sad, treated so bad. My my Kuiama, don't break your heart tryin' To say how your ma and your pa passed away And they left you to wander the ruin and decay Real mean, that bullet machine.
  2. Dec 15,  · How to say Kuiama in English? Pronunciation of Kuiama with 1 audio pronunciation and more for Kuiama.5/5.
  3. I am Shaz Kuiama, an Internet Radio Presenter from England. I ran my own independent internet radio station called Kuiama Radio for around 2 years. This was just a station for me to do specialist shows on. I managed TRM Radio from Oct to August TRM was a fully licensed station that broadcast 24/7.
  4. My, my kuiama, she came in the morning She smiled but the tears on her little face Showed the pain that had been in that far off place So sad, treated so bad. My, my kuiama, don't break your heart tryin To say how your ma and your pa passed away And they left you to wander the ruin and decay Real mean, that bullet machine. See here kuiama, now ten thousand miles Is a long .
  5. Kuaima Isaac Riruako (24 April – 2 June ) was a Namibian politician and the paramount chief of the Herero inszamcomwotongputerzamulhersparkcea.co served as a National Unity Democratic Organisation (NUDO) representative in Parliament, and he was the President of NUDO and its presidential candidate in the presidential election, placing fourth with % of the national vote.
  6. KuiamaName Meaning Historically, surnames evolved as a way to sort people into groups - by occupation, place of origin, clan affiliation, patronage, parentage, adoption, and even physical characteristics (like red hair). Many of the modern surnames in the dictionary can be traced back to Britain and Ireland.
  7. My my Kuiama, don´t break your heart tryin, To say how your Ma and your Pa passed away, And they left you to wander the ruin and decay, Real mean, that bullet machine. See here Kuiama, now ten thousand miles, Is a long way and you´re here today, And you won´t go back so you might say hello, How do you do.

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