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  • Authorities say Vatter, 33, of Metairie, and Tabora, 23, of Kenner, have admitted to stealing books from at least seven Barnes & Nobles stores in Louisiana and Mississippi - an estimated 4,000 books worth $325,000 since August, according to Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office incident and arrest reports.

    No Wonder B&N Can't Make Much Money

  • Chirs Tabora, co-owner, comments, If I included dairy ingredients in my product, it would mean nothing to millions of people who are searching for desserts and treats that fit into their dietary restrictions.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • In the 1970s, 21 small-scale earthfill-type dams were constructed mainly on seasonal rivers in the Tabora region for irrigation and domestic supply purposes.

    Water profile of Tanzania

  • Rainwater harvesting schemes cover 7,934 ha in mainland Tanzania, mainly located in the regions of Dodoma, Mara, Mwanza, Shinyanga, Singida, and Tabora.

    Water profile of Tanzania

  • Although there are large areas of miombo remaining in Tanzania, some of the woodlands of the Tabora region in Tanzania comprise secondary forest.

    Central Zambezian Miombo woodlands

  • Yesterday in Misungwi I realized just how long I'd been here when I said goodbye to one of my good friends, who runs a pharmacy, and who left today for some sort of doctor-school in Tabora.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Anyways, I'm excited to go visit him with another of our friends, I hear Tabora has some pretty sweet and cheap honey, good for tea.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Dulcinea of Tabora — to be, bereft of all enjoyment now, nothing but marches — hard, long marches — to go to the war — to be killed, perhaps, Oh! Inspired by such feelings, no wonder Bombay was inclined to be pugnacious when I ordered him to his place, and I was in a shocking bad temper for having been kept waiting from 8 A.M. to 2 P.M. for him.

    How I Found Livingstone

  • Rushing out from our work to the front door facing Tabora, we heard considerable volleying, and scattered firing, plainly; and ascending to the top of my tembe, I saw with my glasses the smoke of the guns.

    How I Found Livingstone

  • Kwihara leads to Tabora, the plain on which the Arab settlement is situated lay before us, one expanse of dun pasture land, stretching from the base bf the hill on our left as far as the banks of the northern Gombe, which a few miles beyond Tabora heave into purple-coloured hills and blue cones.

    How I Found Livingstone

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