dzo

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dzo

(zəʊ)
n, pl dzos or dzo
(Breeds) a variant spelling of zo
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TSC chairperson Lydia Dzomo said the board had instructed CEO Nancy Macharia to 'promptly assign teachers in its database in case of non-attendance of duty by those already employed.'
Dzomo said all teachers are expected to attend to learners as they report to school for the first term.
The commission does not consider premature closure of schools as an option either,' Dzomo said.
Dzomo said there will be no disruption for learning 'even for the shortest duration.'
Dzomo said TSC was committed to the ongoing conciliation efforts led by the ministry of Labour-appointed mediator Charles Omanga.
I have to milk the dzomo. (1) After I make the go-re and sweet milk tea, if I offer them to the Tulku, surely he will help me in the next life." Her mind filled with all sorts of thoughts.
Livestock reared includes yak, cattle, dzo, and dzomo (male and female hybrids of yak and cattle, respectively), horse, donkey, sheep, and goat.
The gradient of livestock body masses (mean adult body mass for the smallest species, goats, is 34 kg, while that for the largest, the yaks, is 298 kg; Mishra et al., 2002) and the combination of ruminants (goat, sheep, cattle, dzomo, and yak) and hindgut fermenters (donkey and horse) presumably enable the exploitation of a wide range of forage in terms of species and quality (Hofmann, 1973; Prins and Olff, 1998; Van Soest, 1982; Van Wieren, 1996).
Cameroon is awash in small arms and light weaponry, said commission member Dzomo Nkongo Romauld.
Chairperson Lydia Dzomo announced the board instructed CEO Nancy Macharia to " promptly assign teachers in its database in case of non-attendance of duty by those employed to attend to learners."
The contraction shing figures in several compound basic names of plants included in the woody plant (shing sdong) category, for example 'khyi shing (Lonicera thibetica, Litang), "dog woody plant"; mdzo mo shing (Caragana erinacea, Litang), "dzomo woody plant".