gapo


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gapo

(ɡɑːˈpəʊ)
n
(Forestry) (in South America) a forest near a river, esp one which becomes flooded during the rainy season
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It floods the banks, extends in great lagoons over a monstrous waste of country, and forms a huge district, called locally the Gapo, which is for the most part too marshy for foot-travel and too shallow for boating.
The President posthumously awarded the Order of Lapu-Lapu Kalasag Medal to Jumah, Monda, Abdulla, Gapo, and Teteng.
This has been done through its Institute's programme of work on Government Accountability and Parliamentary Oversight (GAPO) (ibid: 18).
Just take ogreen clean coalo to fill the oenergy gapo as one example.
In particular, the arbitrators called into question the oprice gapo methodology used by the Commission and said it should take into account the ACP preference.
Merrill The Magic of Opera, Da Gapo Press, New York, 1989, p5.
Gapo, the Vietnamese social network (www.gapo.vn) officially made debut in Viet Nam on July 23 after three months of development.
Lualhati Bautista, one of the country's foremost contemporary writers in Filipino ('Dekada '70,' 'Desaparesidos,' ''Gapo,' 'Bata, Bata...
PFC Samad Jumah of the Army's 19th Special Forces Company and companions Adlan Abdullah, Muid Manda, Titing Omar and Herminio Gapo of the Citizens Armed Forces Geographical Unit were killed when the explosives in the van they held near their roadside checkpoint in the outskirts of Lamitan City were set off by its driver, who also perished in the blast.
The report bears the title, oGas Shortage in the GCC u How to Bridge the Gapo.
oIt is of little value to speculate as to the different reasons for this revenue gap, when EU policy-makers can identify at least one issue that can be improved in order to narrow this gapo, the paper says.
They were last sighted in Barangay Gapo, Daraga, Albay.