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  • proper n. a small town in India containing an ancient monastery

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Examples

  • So we drive up into the Sandia foothills near Juan Tabo Canyon or across the Rio Grande into the subdivisions along the West Mesa where the parks are full of green grass and sometimes shade trees.

    The Uninvited Guest

  • Farmers are quick to learn and can be trained in just one week, Tabo told AFP.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "With microdosing, they don't invest much and that reduces their risk," Tabo said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In soils low in nutrients like phosphate, pottasium and nitrogen, micro-doses of fertilizer are enough to double crop yields, Tabo said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • When it starts to rain, a micro-dosis of fertilizer and a plant are placed in each hole so roots can spread quickly an retain even more water, Tabo said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • His family also included daughters Jessie Woods, 17, and ten-year-old Maria Corser born in Miaaouei Tabo, Japan.

    The House Bandleader of the Rising Sun

  • She found Tabo (ph) in an abandoned warehouse five years ago on Christmas morning after her first adopted child died of AIDS.

    CNN Transcript Oct 17, 2006

  • It's run by Gail Johnson, a white South African who has adopted 5-year-old Tabo (ph).

    CNN Transcript Oct 17, 2006

  • It's run by Gail Johnson, a white South African who's adopted 5-year-old Tabo (ph).

    CNN Transcript Oct 21, 2006

  • She found Tabo in an abandoned warehouse five years ago on Christmas morning after her first adopted child died of AIDS.

    CNN Transcript Oct 21, 2006

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