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dubbo

(ˈdʌbəʊ)
adj
stupid
n, pl -bos
a stupid person
[from Dubbo, a town in New South Wales, Australia]
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'The land around Hosh Muhammad Sheedi's mausoleum [on the outskirts of Hyderabad] has been given away to the builders.' Sheedi was a general in Talpur dynasty's army and had laid his life fighting against the British East India Company in 1843 during the battle of Dubbo.
PPP's Tanzeela Sheedi moved a resolution out of turn in which she said March 24 would mark the death anniversary of General Hosh Mohammad, better known as Hoshoo Sheedi, who died while fighting the marauding British forces at the place of Dubbo in 1843.
In all, they visited Sydney, Dubbo, Melbourne, Fraser Island, Fiji, Tonga, Wellington, Auckland and, finally, Rotorua before flying out yesterday.
But that wasn't the only gift she took along to her hosts in Dubbo, and it went down a treat with people in the town and fans across the world.
When the royals arrived in the nearby city of Dubbo - where 15,000 people turned out in the park to see them - it poured with rain.
Upon their (https://people.com/royals/prince-harry-swats-away-flies-woman-dubbo-australia/) arrival in Dubbo , Prince Harry and Markle were hugged by school children.
class="MsoNormalA heart-melting hug from a five-year-old Australian schoolboy greeted Harry and his expectant wife Meghan in the outback Australian town of Dubbo Wednesday, before the royal couple sat down with farmers in one of the country's hardest-hit drought regions.
The royals arrived in Sydney on Monday and will spend nine days in Australia, visiting places like Dubbo, Melbourne, Fraser Island and Cockatoo Island, where they would watch the Invictus Games.
In Australia, they will pet a koala in a Sydney zoo, visit in the drought-stricken Outback town of Dubbo and meet indigenous leaders on Fraser Island, the world's largest sand island, in northeastern Queensland state.
Hoshu Sheedi, the valiant commander of Talpurs army, immortalized this slogan before his death in the Battleground of Dubbo.