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zambo

(ˈzæmbəʊ)
n
a variant of sambo12
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The first is a gigantic negro named Zambo, who is a black Hercules, as willing as any horse, and about as intelligent.
Finally Jean Charles Zambo is a jazz, contemporary and hiphop dancer, specialising in House dance, new style and break dance.
noting individual laws in Latin America); Zambo Norte Ordinance vs Open-Pit Mining Lauded, The Env't Report (Jan.
Hansen and Zambo (2005) proposed that using children's literature in educational development and psychology courses creates the "connections between picture book characters, the children that they know, and the theories we want them to learn" (p.
One hundred is something of a psychological mark," said Gerrit Zambo, an oil trader at Bayerische Landesbank in Munich.
We still have the debt crisis in Europe, in the United States, and the fact that oil prices have not come up shows how bearish the situation is," said Gerrit Zambo, an oil trader at Bayerishes Landesbank in Munich.
Lois Zambo, David Lipson, and Tyler Bensten of Studley Inc's Washington office represented Pillsbury, while Greg Tomasso and Ben Meisel of Akridge provided landlord representation for the property.
A zambo Negro is the offspring of a Negro and a female mulatto.
Their emphasis on Afro-Mexicans has helped demonstrate the strong shared experiences, beliefs, and actions of individuals who were classified into a variety of socio-racial categories: negro, mulato, morisco, pardo, zambo, to name the most common.
Participants put on costumes and parades in the streets of Tripoli during the Zambo carnival before the start of Lent, the Christian fasting season in the lead up to Easter
70 dead in parasite infection; whole Zambo village afflicted [cited 2008 Feb 27].
Zambo (teacher education, Arizona State University) and Brozo (literacy, George Mason University) demonstrate that K-3 boys' seeming inattentiveness in school has neurological, cognitive, and developmental roots, and describe strategies that teachers can use to capture and develop the attention of boys and foster a love of reading.