gangbo

gangbo

(ˈɡæŋˌbəʊ)
n
(in England and Wales) a civil order restricting the activities of a gang member
[from gang1 + ASBO]
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Gangbo E, Lacombe D, Alberti EM, Taine L, Saura R, Carles D.
5) Among the narrators are Fatima Ahmed, Ubax Christina Ali Farah, Adrian Nazareno Bravi, Viola Chandra, Christiana de Caldas Brito, Amor Dekhis, Jadelin Mabiala Gangbo, Gabriella Ghermandi, Kossi Komla-Ebri, Anilda Ibrahimi, Ron Kubati, Amara Lakhous, Tahar Lamri, Mohammed Lamsuni, Genevieve Makaping, Ingy Mubiayi, Carmelo Quijada, Igiaba Scego, Barbara Serdakowski, Maria AbbebU Viarengo, Ornela Vorpsi, Lily-Amber Laila Wadia, and Yousef Wakkas.
Gabriella Romani examines the novels of Congolese author Jadelin Mabiala Gangbo and Brazilian writer Julio Monteiro Martins, whose experimental writings 'sia a livello linguistico the strutturale [.
Brun JL, Mangrone R, Gangbo F, Guyon F, Taine L, Roux D, Maygey-Laulon B, Horovitz J, Saura R.
12) reports in the wide literature suggest that chromosome 22 play a important role in the thyroid development was suggested by Gangbo E, (13).