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Lo·bo

(lō'bō),
Jorge, Brazilian physician, 1900-1979. See: Lobo disease.
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Goa Assembly Speaker Rajesh Patnekar had also confirmed that Lobo will resign and swear-in as a minister later in the day in a ceremony at Raj Bhavan.
Lobo is part of the Verde Island Passage, a marine sanctuary described by scientists as the 'center of the center of marine shorefish biodiversity' in the world.
The foreign vessel was found at the protected marine area in Lobo, Batangas last weekend, causing alarm among locals who feared that it could pose serious danger to the area's rich underwater resources.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources had also issued at least three environmental compliance certificates to MV Emerald, which will cover several barangays in the province with a total of 6.5 kilometers of the Lobo river basin periphery.
"By the time the subscriber reaches the library, the book will be ready on their desk," Lobo says.
Joel Benjamin, a campaigner and researcher for Debt Resistance UK, said the protective claim was an "opening salvo" in a larger battle against Lobo lenders.
In this new role, Lobo will also be responsible for the execution of the organization's vision to introduce a digitally-driven customer focused experience, including the launch of new products such as the recently announced Mr.
The suspect gave a statement that he has no links with any party or organisation and does not even know about Lobo. He alleged that officials in plainclothes picked him up from his home on May 18, 2015 even though the police claimed his arrest on May 19.
Lobo died Saturday at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge.