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milo

a variety of sorghum used for grain, with the same toxic potential as fodder sorghum. Called also sorghum vulgare.
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Dr Kirstie Truman, of the Swansea GP Training Scheme, stated that Milos fully deserved the recognition.
Milos commented: "I am mindful of where this award has come from - I know there are amazing GPs out there and I hope I can be one of them.
lt;BDr Milos Pechtor, front, with Dr Ian Millington and Dr Stephen Hailey and Dr Kirstie Truman, of the Swansea GP Training Scheme
Milo was first shown off in a demo at the E3 expo in 2009, but has not been seen since.
An assistant conducted the demo, showing Milo exploring a garden, learning to skim stones and finally confiding in him after being told off by his parents.
Molyneux said Milo had been built using artificial intelligence developed by his firm Lionhead studios, along with technology that was "hidden in the dusty vaults of Microsoft".
We are pleased to welcome Milos Brajovic as a new member of our board of directors," said Ronald D.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" -- the winner of five Academy Awards including Best Picture, starring Jack Nicholson; with commentary by director Milos Forman, producers Michael Douglas and Saul Zaentz and sound editor Pat Jackson; a documentary featuring Ken Kesey and eight additional scenes.
One friend said: "Heather's always had a special place in her heart for Milos.
Heather started mentioning Milos again shortly after her separation from Paul.