Deloo

De´loo

    (dã´lō)
n.1.(Zool.) The duykerbok.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Greek word logos, accusative logon, can mean "speech, discourse, account," but its first meaning is "word." Thus, while this phrase is often translated as "I am examining the whole statement/account," it also means "I am examining every word." In this play terms for "know" (oida), "discover" (heurekd), "reveal" (phaino), and "make evident" (deloo) abound.
"Right now, we're just waiting for the Mexican economy to become a bit stronger," explains Deloo. "The Mexicans have a saying: 'Economically speaking, when Uncle Sam sneezes, Mexico catches pneumonia,' because it is so dependent on the U.S.
Anthony Deloos, an airport worker for Swissport, which handles check-in and baggage services, said the first explosion took place near the Swissport counters where customers pay for overweight baggage.
Hy het die lydensweg van sy moeder haas woor deloos gadeslaan, die proses byna werktuiglik ondergaan, die "pyn ...