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- proper n. An ethnic group in southern Sudan, Kenya, and neighboring countries.
- proper n. The Nilotic language spoken by this group, also known as Dholuo.
- proper n. A surname of Chinese origin: 罗 (Luō), 洛 (Luò).
- proper n. Luo River in China
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Shaoqiang and Qin Luo He, known as "Jack" and "Casey," were battling legal and health problems at the time.
Luo is a typical example of how a migrant worker can go off the rails due to sexual frustration.
I called Luo to ask him why annotating, archiving, and searching of digital images is still largely a manual task akin to placing prints in a photo albums.
Many people will tell you that the Luo are a fish-eating people.
The Luo are the third largest ethnic group (13 percent) in Kenya, after the Kikuyu (20 percent) and the Luhya (17 percent).
Or as Mr. Mazrui informed all of us during the January symposium which was supposed to be about Blacks and abolition of the U.S. slave trade, the United States may beat Kenya by electing the first "Luo" president.
When I finally said "Luo, " a sandy-haired boy behind me repeated the word in a loud hoot, like the sound of a monkey.
Once again stumbled over the lose/loose spelling difference, Greek students would empathise no doubt - 'Luo' is just too handy.
As Barack Obama becomes the first African-American to occupy the White House, members of the 'Luo' tribe in faraway Kenya are celebrating.
But the New York Times never mentions the words "Luo" or "Obama" in the entire
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