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n.1.(Zool.) A large, venomous, two-winged fly, native of Abyssinia. It is allied to the tsetse fly, and, like the latter, is destructive to cattle.
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The Boldon-based company has acquired Zimb Johnson Bespoke Financial Planning in Peterborough through its proprietary downstream buy-out model, adding annual fee income of PS850,000 and funds under management of almost PS200m.
Currently, ZIMB s annual premium is 65% life insurance and 35% general insurance while it is the reverse for Zurich, presenting growth opportunities in corporate and small and medium enterprises.
55am); W Indies v Zimb, 2nd Test, SS2 (2pm); New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, SS1 (9pm).
During their stay, the Libyans have visited a number of projects, including Zimb abwe's prime resort town of Victoria Falls, where the government plans massive t o urism infrastructure projects.
Kieren Fallon was suspended for four days for leaning on fifth-placed Zimb with Acropolis in the straight.
PLAYERS' chief Richard Bevan bel ieves the news that the US State Department have advised Americans to consider leaving Zimb abw e will give the International Cricket Council little option, but to move England's controversial World Cup fixture from Harare.
Ladbrokes: Super Six (1pt per run, 15 per catch, 15 per wkt, 20 per man-of-match, previous make-ups in brackets, * Zimb scores in abandoned match v NZ):
Sunderlands bet on Pakistan v Zimbabwe - Series: Pak 4-9, Zimb 6, draw 5-2.
After his skipper Graeme Smith asked the Zimbs to bat first, Pollock reeled off seven overs for only eight runs.
The Zimbs are likely to feel aggrieved and will be fired up to level the series.
Hussain's decision to put Australia in after winning the toss has put him under pressure and the firm go 1-2 that he keeps his job when England play the Zimbs in May.