A canoe, with ten paddlers, was sent down from Ikpe to the beach near ITU.
And although she meant only to go to ITU and had no change of clothing or food, she said, "Yes, I will go."
It is not unusual to hear ini and ITU placed before the noun, but this is not idiomatic.
And so she passed ITU and sailed up the Enyong Creek, one of the loveliest little waterways in the world.
Ma settled at ITU in a little mud hut, with a table and chair and a few pots and pans.
A young missionary, Dr. Hitchcock, had come out to take charge of the medical station at ITU for a time.
The pony fell down and immediately died— Rbah kuda ITU langsong mati.
Afterwards come and tell me— Lepas ITU mari-lah khabar-kan; not, mari bilang sama sahaya.
The child was wearing a coral necklace round her neck— Budak ITU ada pakei sa-labuh merjan di leher-nia.