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any of various fine-grained silty soils that become waxy and very sticky mud when saturated with water

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tall coarse annual of Old World tropics widely cultivated in southern United States and West Indies for its long mucilaginous green pods used as basis for soups and stews

a soup or stew thickened with okra pods

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Il ressort quatre principaux legumes dans l'ensemble des sites : oseille (Hibiscus sabdariffa), corete (Corchorius olitorius, figure 4 photo B), gombo (Abelmoschus callei, figure 4 photo D) et amarante (Amaranthus cruentus, figure 4 photo A).
In June, the ICC sentenced Gombo to 18 years in prison.
Although his association has no clubs or teams, no ground, runs on donated gear and is scouting for a suitable and affordable block of land in capital Ulan Bator, however, Gombo is undaunted and takes hope from his friend, psychologist and park cricketer Doug Scott, who said that Mongolia is all cricket ground because of its steppes.
Gbagbo, Public Redacted version of "decision of the Prosecutor's application pursuant to Article 58 for a warrant of arrest against Laurent Koudou Gbagbo," Pre-Trial Chamber III, ICC-02/11-01/11-19, Nov 30, 2011, [paragraph] 49; Prosecutor v Bemba Gombo, Decision on the Charges of the Prosecutor Against Jean-Peirre Bemba Gombo, Pre-Trial Chamber II, ICC-01 /05-01 /08, 15 June 2009, [paragraph] 83.
At the ICC he has served or is currently serving as counsel for Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo (in litigation arising from the situation in the Central African Republic), Bahar Idriss Abu Garda, Abdallah Banda Abakaer Nourain, and Saleh Mohammed Jerbo Jamus (in litigation arising from the situation in Darfur, Sudan), and Ambassador Francis Kirimi Muthaura and H.
His best-known Louisiana works are Gombo Zhebes: Little Dictionary of Creole Proverbs in Six Dialects (1885); La Cuisine Creole (1885); and Chita: A Memory of Last Island, a novel based on the hurricane of 1856 first published in Harper's Monthly in 1888.
00 Note: Out-of-sample errors are based on PARIMA data, which include four seasonal area mortality data from long rain-long dry 2000 to that of 2002 in North Horr and Kargi (Dirib Gombo and Logologo) in the Chalbi (Laisamis) cluster.
In present research work, Lady Finger (Botanical name: Abelmoschus esculentus, Local names: Okra, Gombo, Bhindi, Dherosh) stem is used as an adsorbent for removing Congo Red and Sunset Yellow dye from water.
6392: Gombo Village, SW Poli, Vallee des Roniers, small seeping source at the village, bush savanna, Zebu-grazed, just at the beginning of leaf emergence; Prov.
Bemba Gombo, for example, the ICC Pre-Trial Chamber found that cumulative charging was unfair to the defense and declined to confirm charges of torture and outrages on personal dignity because the underlying sexual violence was incorporated within the charge of rape.
Ils recueillent ainsi les ingredients a ajouter au gombo (7) communautaire qui sera servi le soir meme a l'occasion d'une soiree dansante, appelee << bal >> (Lindhal 2004).
Sin embargo, el 15 de junio de 2009 se realizo la confirmacion de cargos de Jean Pierrre Bemba Gombo en lo referente a la situacion en el Congo (31).
Tsogtsaikhan Gombo is the Director of the Mon-Atom company of Mongolia.