"Frances Johnson" or "Gwísgwashãn" (died 1934) was the last fluent speaker of the Takelma language of Oregon, United States. In 1906, she worked with linguist Edward Sapir to document the language while living on the Siletz Reservation.

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Looking at the numbers above... the NEC sees it prudent to begin preparations for a presidential election run-off.

These results are still partial, they don't determine who's the winner or the loser.

Results from 1,177 polling places of the 3,070 polling stations have been counted and tallied, accounting for 378,008 of the votes cast so far.

People are not understanding this procedure. They are thinking a person has already won, but there is still a long way to go.

The election is taking place in a generally peaceful and calm atmosphere with a huge turnout.

A second round is definite. One can read in between the lines that none of them will be able to obtain the required votes to win outright.

With the current trend, it is likely that there will be a second round.

Please be reminded that there are 3,070 polling places from which information must be compiled. The entire process is expected to take between 3 and 7 days.

The people of Liberia can be proud that they have successfully participated in this important step for the future of their country.