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bito

(ˈbiːtəʊ)
n
(Plants) a small tree found growing in Africa and Asia
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It appeared Sporting's kitman had a bito of a nightmare, with every member of the starting XI having their names spelt wrong on the back.
(22.) Katoh T, Nakajima Y, Moriwaki G, Kobayashi S, Suzuki A, Iwamoto T, Bito H, Ikeda K.
Among contemporary studies, we highlight Nossa, Nunes, Teixeira and Galdi (2010), Kolk, Levy and Pinkse (2008), Segreti and Bito (2006), Souza, Paiva, Andrade, Silva and Goulart (2012), Irffi, Ferreira and Linhares (2013), Silva, Freire and Basseto (2012), Poudyal, Siry and Bowker (2012), Fearnside (2013), Costa, Pasini and Andrade (2013), amongst others.
BITO Storage Systems has launched a new shelving system called Smart Slide.
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Masahide Bito's meritorious service to academic circles.
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