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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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Over 50 percent of the total sugars in Milo naturally come from milk and malt.
A St Oswald's spokesman said: "A big thank you to Milo and his family for such a thoughtful and kind gesture.
PAW SERVICE Postman outside the property and, right, Milo ready to take delivery
HOW MILO INTEGRATES AND 'TEACHES' HIS EVIDENCEBASED CURRICULUM
Dogs Trust Bridgend is looking for a new home for seven-year-old Milo
The weather was not conducive for a summer camp, but we had to adapt and everybody persevered quite well, so I can see that these children are willing to improve their game," Milo said hopefully after the camp.
Milo hasn't so far met the other enclosure residents - the meerkats - with mum and dad too protective to let him outside when they're around.
She said: "He started school with no hair, but all the kids were used to Milo looking like that and he started with all his buddies, which is lovely.
Milo may not be able to see much, but he seems to pick up on things which others miss, including the mistreatment of the elderly folk in his gran's new nursing home.
Milo recently launched an online activity that will amplify its Help Give Shoes advocacy, which aims to provide 4,500 pairs of shoes to public schoolchildren in areas affected by Typhoon Yolanda, particularly Tacloban, Ormoc, and Eastern Samar.
Milo is an adorable, outgoing, short-haired kitty who is 1 to 2 years old.
Milo, a Jack Russell and Border Milo, a Jack Russell and Border collie cross, was rescued two weeks ago by Greek animal rescue charity Lucky Paws.