lumbi

lum·bi

(lŭm'bī),
Plural of lumbus.
[L.]

lum·bi

(lŭm'bī)
Plural of lumbus.
[L.]
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"The government has cut the internet to commit fraud behind closed doors," Pierre Lumbi, director of opposition candidate Martin Fayulu's campaign, said at a press briefing on Monday shortly after the internet went down.
"It's too much, the CENI has crossed a red line," Fayulu campaign director Pierre Lumbi told journalists on Thursday, calling on the CENI to cancel the decision.
Famous Indian film director Subhash Gai included one of her most popular song 'Lumbi judai' in one of his movies Hero, a song which remains still popular today.
Closer scrutiny reveals a tiny mouse hopping up and down excitedly and proclaiming, 'E mian ghoray swar lumbi choti barkhurdar, ek sandesa letay jana, kehna behna Chak Siri se, Khet Siri ne kaha bahna Rah Siri to mar gaee'.
Because, among these laws there are the nkondo mi Nzambi: interdictions from God; whose violation constitutes a sumu ku Nzambi, and an ordinary sanction against these sumu is lufwa lumbi, a bad death" (147) The Besikongo, people of Kongo ethnic, have two words for law: n'longo and n'siku; but each word has its own connotation.
(11.) Moore JB, Pawloski LR, Rodriguez C, Baghi H, Lumbi L, Zamora L.
Inspired by their Argentian Jorge Lumbi, the Spaniards levelled, before Harry Jawanda popped up with a last-gasp 70th-minute winner.