Amba

(from the article `Ruwenzori Range`) The Ruwenzori is economically important for copper and cobalt deposits, mined at Kilembe, Uganda. Hydropower for mining is provided by the Mubuku, ... Few ethnographically known tribes possess all the characteristics of the ideal, or model, tribe. The Amba of Uganda are considered to be one tribe ......
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amba

(from the article `Eritrea`) ...and then capped by basalt (rock of volcanic origin). The upper layers have been highly dissected by deep gorges and river channels, forming small ...
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Amba

[geology] An amba (አምባ āmbā, እምባ imbā) is a characteristic geologic form in Ethiopia. It is a steep-sided, flat-topped mountain, often the site of villages, wells and their surrounding farmland. These settlements were located there because they were very defensible and often virtually inaccessible plateaus. The original term ...
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AMBA

Also known as the Association of MBAs, a UK-based organization that offers accredits and approves high-quality MBA programs. The AMBA generally focuses on programs in the United Kingdom, but also evaluates international programs.
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AMBA

Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture (internal bus of ARM CPU)
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Amba

[Mahabharata] In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, Amba is the eldest daughter of the king of Kashi, who considers the Kuru prince Bhishma responsible for her misfortune and her sole goal in life becomes his destruction. During her swayamvara (marriage ceremony), Bhishma abducts her with her sisters Ambika and Ambalika, seeking the princesses for...
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