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a lymph node that is inflamed and swollen because of plague or gonorrhea or tuberculosis

a genus of Strigidae

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The highest-profile member of the alleged gang was Jose Americo Bubo Na Tchuto, a US-designated drug "kingpin" who is alleged to have exploited political chaos in his West African homeland to establish himself as a major middleman in the international narcotics trade.
Jose Americo Bubo Na Tchuto and other four Guinea-Bissau nationals were taken into custody aboard a yacht in international waters in the eastern Atlantic Ocean.
Rear Admiral Jose Americo Bubo Na Tchuto was picked up on a boat in international waters near Cape Verde, a local broadcaster said, BBC reported.
Bubo, the clockwork owl, has a cameo in the remake.
Hartzell-Reviglio used the OWLE Bubo, a MACRO 37MM Wide Angle Converter lens, EnCinema SLR Lens, a Nikon converter, a Sigma 50mm 1:2.
And the Owle Bubo incorporates a wide-angle and macro lens to enhance the phone's default offerings.
The Spotted Eagle-Owl Bubo africanus is the most common owl in southern Africa, occurring in a wide variety of habitats.
jamaicensis (n = 1) and Bubo virginianus (n = 1); whereas trematodes eggs were found in Falco peregrinus (n = 2) and B.
with the trends in Table 2) were the three species that disappeared (Falco columbarius, Bubo bubo, Asio flammeus; r > 0.
En el programa espacial, tambien bubo hechos unicos.
Mr McTaggart is the sole director of Bubo Restaurants Company Limited, a firm set up in April and registered to a farmhouse near Bristol.
The term bubonic plague is derived from the Greek word bubo, meaning "swollen gland.
The suspect, former navy chief Bubo Na Tchuto, is an ally of Njai and was due to be handed over to Gomes' government.
During his press conference, Indjai was accompanied by Bubo Na Tchuto, a former head of the navy, who had earlier left a UN building in Bissau where he had spent 94 days.