sata, who was known as King Cobra because of his sharp tongue, was thought to have been seriously ill for some time.
It may come as a surprise then that Scott and, particularly sata, have refused to condemn Mugabe.
The Vulgate translates the Hebrew words sein kali into sata polentea, which signify wheat, roasted, or dried by fire.
Miss Smith, mammy say please lemme come to school this week and she'll sho' pay sata'day.
The naïve mind of the doctor regarded the name as significant in view of his mission; sata was assuredly a satanist.
A sata is: a dry measure of capacity approximately equal to 13 liters or 1.5 pecks.