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bongo

the antelope Boocercus eurycerus.
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His son, Ali Bongo Ondimba was elected in 2009, just four months after the death of his father.
TROUBLES AT THE CLUB It's fair to say the Bongo has had its share of problems over the years.
The center hasn't made any tests to confirm pregnancy, but some of the sable, eland and bongo are beginning to show.
The Bongos have long relied on patronage to buy off dissent.
This is no doubt thanks to our amazing host Jonny Bongo who works the room into a frenzy.
Bongo International is currently delivering cross border enablement solutions to more than 200 countries worldwide.
FedEx said that Bongo International's capabilities complement and expand the its portfolio of offerings important to the rapidly growing global e-commerce marketplace.
Against the background of weaker Chinese economic growth, a mining-induced economic slowdown, federal budget cuts, a strong Bongo Bongo dollar, and an unemployment rate that hit a 12-year high in July, the Reserve Bank of Bongo Bongo (RBB) is keeping the official cash rate at a historical low for the 13th consecutive month, marking the longest period of stability in interest rates in more than eight years.
Bingo Bango Bongo is a points-based game that can be played by any number of golfers, from two up.
But apprehensions clouded the deal because Gabon had not broken fully with the 42-year dictatorship that ended with the death of Omar Bongo Ondimba and the election of his son, Ali Bongo Ondimba, as president in 2009.
Urn Bongo, the classic 1980s juice drink that has seen resurgence in 2013 is adding a third flavour to its range.
He had previously been widely condemned for referring to Bongo Bongo Land when he was discussing overseas aid.