boab


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boab

(ˈbəʊæb)
n
(Plants) Austral short for baobab
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Red sandstone cliffs, huge boab trees and sweeping views add to the sense of wilderness in this isolated national park.
A visually impaired Wullie, who says "Jings, crivens, help ma Boab" if you press his button, has been created by pupils at Edinburgh's Royal Blind School
Boab, 49, who comes from Stewarton, in Ayrshire, says he 'feels like an adopted Buddie' and believes the church can once more become the centre of the community.
When a local newspaper asked Boab why he chose to make such an offensive reference to the Nazi death camp, Boab dismissed the criticism, saying, "Why do you need to know?
In this regard, PIDA DGM (Finance) Najam us Saqib Rehmani will monitor water charges recovery campaign in DG Khan Circle while DGM (Social Mobilization) Shaiq Hussain Abidi and Manager (Revenue) Ahmad Shahid will supervise recovery campaigns in Lower Bari Boab Canal Circle and Bahawalnagar Canal Circle, respectively.
Titled 'Jings, Crivvens and Help ma Boab!--the AOP's guide to staying on the right side of the law (and the GOC)', the events aim to raise the awareness of factors which could affect a practitioner's professional conduct and registration.
Look out for the giant boab, a 750-year-old tree that was transplanted 3,200km from Warmun in the Kimberley region in 2008.
One is an incised nut from the boab tree, unique to the Kimberley area of Western Australia.
He shows us the boab tree which holds water in the dry season and nutrient rich seeds which the indigenous people used to survive the tough conditions.
Sun and (Boab) Tree are especially powerful and evocative.
region of Boab Al-Sham north of the city, killing 38 people and wounding 89
Kidman and husband Keith Urban shed their bodyguards to wander the streets, lining up for coffee at Boab Bookstore and Cafe like everyone else.