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kob

a medium to large, semi-aquatic antelope related to the waterbuck. Called also Kobus spp.
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CHEF: Kob Bonyang DESSERTS WITH A TWIST: Chocolate spring rolls and below, deep fried ice cream
Kob, 42, worked in a five star hotel restaurant on Bangkok's famous river front before being head hunted to come to England and work in a new London restaurant.
Fiske's own Korn Kob band after a dinner provided by the Rise and Shine Restaurant in East Brookfield.
In 1994, Tapia claimed he kicked his habit and returned to boxing, but Albuquerque police placed him under arrest after they found cocaine in a bag he was carrying, reported KOB.
With that kind of judgement you don't want him carrying a weapon," the Sun quoted a source as telling local channel KOB 4 News.
The Peninsula will be one of the most exclusive single-family communities along the Texas Gulf Coast," stated Gary Kob, Realtor at Houston-based Gary Kob & Associates.
But what would cross my mam's mind if she saw that photograph: Elsa, Campbell and me captured on a long exposure, playing cards with Kob and Fuji?
Kob looks at the abandoned cards on the table, examining each one carefully as if they were tarot cards, our futures exposed for all to see.
The 84-year-old showman energetically recited the day's schedule, including an entertainment lineup in which his own Korn Kob Band will perform from 2:30 to 3 p.
SabaiSpa[TM] brings the Luk Pra Kob, translated from Thai as "pressing herbal sphere," or Herbal Ball, as a method of treatment employed in traditional Thai Medicine.
I'm about to stand up and start roaring the place down - I don't give a shit what Fuji and Kob think, they can bloody well shoot me for all I care - when the door is opened, and two men walk straight at us.
Unlike many of the other "krewes," the KOB own all 20 of their floats as well as the "den" in which they are housed.