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n.1.(Zool.) A large, venomous, two-winged fly, native of Abyssinia. It is allied to the tsetse fly, and, like the latter, is destructive to cattle.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The funds raised by Cafod's Lent appeal will reach an estimated 245,000 people in Zimb abwe, Zambia, and Eritrea and enable com munities to grow a better future by providing safe water, supporting communities to plant vegetable gardens and teaching them about good nutrition and hygiene.
The Boldon-based company has acquired Zimb Johnson Bespoke Financial Planning in Peterborough through its proprietary downstream buy-out model, adding annual fee income of PS850,000 and funds under management of almost PS200m.
Sanctions, http://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/sanctions/Documents/ zimb.pdf (last visited Oct.
CRICKET: India v Aus 4th Test, SS2 (6am); SA v Pakistan, 5th ODI, SS3 (7.55am); W Indies v Zimb, 2nd Test, SS2 (2pm); New Zealand v England, 3rd Test, SS1 (9pm).
During their stay, the Libyans have visited a number of projects, including Zimb abwe's prime resort town of Victoria Falls, where the government plans massive t o urism infrastructure projects.
Kieren Fallon was suspended for four days for leaning on fifth-placed Zimb with Acropolis in the straight.
PLAYERS' chief Richard Bevan bel ieves the news that the US State Department have advised Americans to consider leaving Zimb abw e will give the International Cricket Council little option, but to move England's controversial World Cup fixture from Harare.
1740 and 2200 - (x) A Baddeley (Aus), N Price (Zimb), P Azinger.
28(4) (Zimb.) (similar text), reprinted in 4 HANDBOOK at Zimbabwe: Annex I-11.
Saturday was the stuff of which dreams are made, from the moment that man-of-the-match Neil Johnson got the better of a duel with Natal colleague Shaun Pollock, in a crucial first 22 overs in which little "Zimb" clattered the big boys for 102.