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Synonyms for ambo

a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it

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A lower AMBE is translated into better brightness preservation.
Average AMBE = 1/N [N.summation over (i=1)] AMBE ([R.sub.i], [X.sub.i]).
For arriving at its ratings, CRISIL has combined the business and financial risk profiles of Ambe Agro Industries and Shree Ambe Food Products Pvt Ltd.
The ratings reflect the Ambe groupA[cent sign]a'[not sign]a"[cent sign]s exposure to risks related to fragmented nature of wheat flour industry, high inventory, and susceptibility of margins to volatility in raw material prices.
Er nad wyf yn berffaith siwr ambe' mae'r gan gyntaf - Angylion - yn son, mae'n drac agoriadol bendigedig.
Datu Hernan Ambe, the chairperson of the Sinab'badankagTugal'lankaSibulan (Unity of Elders in Sibulan), the organization that oversees the management of the 10,000-hectare ancestral domain of the BagoboTagabawa tribe, said modernization had also taken its toll on the preservation of the culture of the tribe that naturally protects the forest.
While they look at the elders with utmost respect, Ambe said, the youth now prefer to look for jobs in the city and build on a career.
Numan-born Professor Jose Ambe is the head of Department of Pediatrics at the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital (UMTH).
Adults may suffer from starvation and lose weight but it is only kids that can suffer from malnutrition,' said Dr Barka, who is the cordinator of ALIMA emergency response at the centre and working with Professor Ambe. The collaboration programme was actually started in June this year after the Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole, had flagged off the nutritional health programme earlier in the state in conjunction with the state government and partners from all over the world.
Ambe and Nazar then teamed up to put on 132 for the third wicket until the former was out for a fine 55.
Worshippers say that a statue of a Hindu goddess called Mata Ambe began to bleed around the bindi spot on her forehead.
A shrine to Mata (or Mother) Ambe was erected at the temple last Sunday at the start of a week of worship.