apso


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apso

(ˈæpsəʊ)
n, pl apsos
(Animals) a Tibetan terrier
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Ali Ibrahim on the new APSO technology for combating fraud and counterfeiting.
7 per cent, trouble in recruiting experienced staff and the availability of skilled local workers increasing, the number of direct APSO placements has fallen from 620 in 1998 to 461 in 1999.
She was to start a six-month stint with APSO, helping to run AIDS education and prevention programmes in Uganda.
Dog owner Rachel Leighton was left devastated when she discovered two of her seven-weekold Lhasa Apsos had vanished from outside her home, in Birtley.
Rachel Leighton is today fearing for the safety of her sevenweek-old lhasa apsos Elvis and Jay Jay after they vanished from her back garden on Wednesday morning.
Canine enthusiast and Woody's owner Allison Blake attends Crufts every year as a spectator but this was the first time she has entered one of her three Lhasa Apsos in the competition.
Lhasa Apsos used to be used to guard monasteries in Tibet but Karina fell for Maxi, who will be three in January, because of her size and colour.
For hairy breeds like spaniels, Lhasa apsos and poodles, there is an all-in-one that covers the head, body and the legs right down to the feet
Lhasa Apsos were originally bred as compansions for Tibetan monks, who believed they were reincarnated lions.