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Mengo,

a region of Uganda where virus was discovered in animals in 1948.
Mengo encephalomyelitis - Synonym(s): Mengo virus
Mengo virus - a strain of encephalomyocarditis. Synonym(s): Mengo encephalomyelitis
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My youngest was impressed with the underwater scene and was calling for "more" when it had finished but for me the dame of the pantomime in the form of Sarah the Cook played by Lee Mengo really held the show together with plenty of laughs and double entendres.
Don't mess with the top rodent either, EastEnders' Richard Elis, who's returning to The Riverfront this year along with other regulars, Elin Llwyd and Lee Mengo.
The man, aged 30, died in the Mengo hospital where he worked on September 28, 11 days after falling ill, the authorities said.
Tenders are invited for Sitc Of Submerged Centrifugal Pump Sets With Associated Mechanical And Electrical Equipments, Instruments And Accessories With Comprehensive Operation & Maintenance For 3 (Three) Years At Khavada Mengo Groove Head Works Under Banni Rwss.
In such a situation the decision by the Mengo Church Council, chaired by Apolo Kaggwa, to respond to this request from Tooro was a political act.
Bahrain Club team members Kaltham Elyasi and Korean professional Mengo were also in good form to win their matches, which proved decisive.
The early history of tuberculosis in central East Africa: insights from the clinical records of the first twenty years of Mengo Hospital and review of relevant literature.
Edward Hingley, 20, who attends Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, is heading out with three others to build a new dormitory in an orphanage in Mengo.
Leaders of the Lukiko [Buganda's monarchical parliament] and Mengo [the kingdoms headquarters in Kampala]," he went on, "call on the people to rise and talk and complain.
La mort de ses petites-filles: la faim et la misere, seraient passees loin de ses frontieres Ses filles ne seraient pas violees et ses maisons detruites et pillees Ngoue, Mongo, Kuengo, Mengo, Kongo, Nzongo, Ngoma .
A native of Mengo, Kampala, Uganda, Abramz grew up quickly, as most children in Uganda are forced to.
Participating centres were Mbarara, Jinja, Mbale, Rubaga, Masaka, Nsambya, Mulago, and Mengo.