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Mongo

One one-hundreth of a Mongolian tugrik. It is the Mongolian equivalent of a cent. See also: MNT.
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However, Mr Mongo said tourists travelling to and from the Maasai Mara Game Reserve are allowed to use the route.
"Mongo?" "Yes, I was on the Twitter and everybody is using the little noughts and crosses sign then asking people to Poke Mongo?" " Ha!
Hodgepodge in structure, the first half of Mongo intersperses observations from the narrator's notebook, transcripts from his Sunday-morning cultural commentary radio program, and scenes from cafe life in which he chats with Mongo and his white Quebecoise girlfriend.
Mongo, the bar owner, says that the owner of the strip club across the street and another local businessman approached him to go in on the building together.
His personnel includes the likes of percussionist/vocalists Albert "Baba Femi" Humphrey, William Everich, Frank Almonte, and Jose "Mongo" Rivera.
Family and work obligations prevented me from hunting the days immediately after our first encounter, but I was here now, hoping to get another chance at Mongo before the neighbors or someone in our rifle party saw him the next day.
La decision implica elevar el rango de la prefectura apostolica existente en las regiones de Mongo y Marjan Daffak, en esa nacion de diez millones de habitantes, de los cuales un 53% es musulman.
Carl already has his own four-legged friends at home including a cat, Alfie, which he got while gaining experience at a veterinary surgery and had to give mouth to mouth to in order to resuscitate it after the kitten was delivered by Caesarean section, and a dog called Mongo.
Since then the foundation has raised s250,000 for projects in Mongo, west Zambia.
She also did a few sassy turns in the program opener, Saint Mongo. Her daughter, Tamica Washington-Miller, got down with a dozen dancers in her new Thanks and Praises, a raucous jazz romp, while Jeremiah Tatum worked magic with a group of hip hopping students in his groovy Boot Camp.
Suddenly, the world was singing the words Oscar had put to compositions by Bobby Timmons ("Dat Dere"), Nat Adderley ("Work Song"), and Mongo Santamaria ("Afro Blue").
In that similar groove there's Mongo Santamaria's El Pussycat and the Afro Blue Quintet with Liberation.