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n.1.(Zool.) A kind of domestic cattle reared in Asia for its flesh and milk. It is supposed to be a hybrid between the zebu and the yak.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Nduka Nwanwenne who disclosed this yesterday said that the young victim, a Muslim from Akoko-Edo local government area of Edo State, who sells a popular local drink, zobo for her mother was patronized by the suspect who allegedly offered N500 to pay for the drink which goes for N5O.
But there were no shortcuts when it came to the bright red refreshing Nigerian beverage called Zobo.
Mummy Joysco oni Zobo as she is popularly called by the students, appears to be a very friendly, nice and experienced woman.
Egbuche, "Microbiological evaluation of sachet water and street-vended yoghurt and Zobo drinks sold in Nsukka Metropolis," International Journal of Biological and Chemical Science, vol.
[22.] Obadina AO and OB Oyewole Assessment of the antimicrobial potential of roselle juice (zobo) from different varieties of roselle calyx.
Zobo (a type of Himalayan cattle) could not quite triumph over qanat (an irrigation channel), and the contestant was birsled (scorched).
Two images stand out: "'Boss Boy,' Battery Reef, Randfontein Estates Gold Mine, 1966" and "Bunks in a compound for black miners, 1965." The first is a shot of a miner's torso, weighed down by the accouterments of subaltern power: A Zobo watch presented by the company in recognition of accident-free work, a first-aid kit, a pipe, a clinometer for underground measurements and a notebook for recording them, pens, rulers and a metal armband with three engraved stars and the lettering "Boss Boy." The photograph of the miners' concrete bunks demonstrates Goldblatt's skill at simple testament: what we see is more like a cross-section of stacked tombs than anything resembling actual beds.
The expert also cautioned Nigerians on the patronage of sachet water, otherwise known as 'pure water' and street-hawked non-alcoholic food drinks like kunnu-zaki, soya milk and zobo because of their high content of disease-causing contaminants and posing a risk to public health.