Lobo


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Lo·bo

(lō'bō),
Jorge, Brazilian physician, 1900-1979. See: Lobo disease.
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Lobo joined Ford of Germany's styling office as a designer in 1966 after working first as a designer at an electric appliance company and then for Chrysler-Simca.
Homeowners who want to have insulation at home can take advantage of services from companies like Lobo London or they can even do it themselves.
Bridgend council holds three Lobo loans totalling PS19.
Monmouthshire council has three Lobo loans totalling PS13.
Lobo saves around 35 per cent of his annual income and invests about 10 per cent a year.
Zelaya, who, like Lobo, comes from the ranks of the landed rich, angered the business elite in early 2009 with a campaign to rewrite the constitution, promising the poor they would get a voice in shaping the future of the country.
We have been using Lobo for about a year now and the initial outlay for the system was in fact cheaper than our last scaffold bill.
IF you are on holiday in the Algarve in August and your kids are budding footballers then sign them up for the first ever Manchester United Soccer School camps being held at Vale do Lobo Resort.
For more information contact Indian Club cricket secretary Sailesh Kumar on 39634644 or chief co-ordinator Anand Lobo on 39401279.
1 -- color -- ran in Valley and SAC editions only) AGOURA HILLS: Jorge Salgado makes his way up the snow-covered driveway to his home on Lobo Canyon Road on Wednesday.
and Ron Bielinski, PE, AIA, PP, CIH, CSP, formerly of Thornton Tomasetti Group/LZA Technology, have established a new firm, Erwin Lobo Bielinski PLLC, which will specialize in forensic architecture and engineering.
To the Editor: Jorge Lobo disease (lacaziosis) is a chronic deep mycosis for which prognosis is good in terms of survival but unclear in terms of regression of the lesions (1).