ima Matul was badly beaten by a boss who kept her enslaved when she arrived in the U.S. from Indonesia.
ima Matul is a Survivor Organizer for the Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (CAST).
“I was 17 when I was brought to this country,” ima Matul began.
“When I first met [ima] she was so quiet and very petite,” Buck says.
The middle section, media cavea , was much deeper, extending from the ima cavea to the vaulted corridor.
Mrs. ima Gobbler is not really fat enough to be called a fat—!
Through her patronage our tobacco became widely known, so we call it by the name of ima Nakakoshi.
One answers 'now' with ima or tada ima, and 'already' with mǒ, e.g., mǒ iqe 'be already gone!'
ima and imam mean "Emma," dakkngaggngaggn again means "danke," and betti still continues to signify "bitte."
It was a fresh-water sea, and sea—iam, ima—was the name by which they called it.