Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kind of beer made throughout central and eastern Africa.
“Accordingly the chief brought a huge basket of "pombe," the native beer, and another of "nsima," or porridge, and a pot of cooked meat; to these were added a large basket of maize.”
“Finally we compiled recently published genetic interaction data for S. pombe (from Assen Roguev's work) and for S. cerevisiae (from Dorothea Fiedler's work) in addition to some novel genetic data produced for this work.”
“I also arrived at a time when the Krogan lab, more specifically Assen Roguev (twitter feed), has been working to develop genetic interaction assays for S. pombe (Roguev A 2007).”
“The conservation was defined based on an alignment window of +/- 10AAs of S. cerevisiae proteins against orthologs in C. albicans, S. pombe, D. melanogaster and H. sapiens.”
“Look into possibility of making condoms available at bars, pombe clubs, and guesthouse”
“I wrote about him recently in relation to the ‘bar’ that he runs out of the house - making pombe ya kimea, or local millet beer.”
“The women were piling rocks on their heads, transporting them to the intake, and whining about the lack of pombe.”
“The men were cleaning out the existing tank, hauling cement, and whining about the lack of pombe.”
“Apparently the priest had promised some pombe, but when I left the intake, a few people were still working, some were resting, and all were still whining about the lack of pombe.”
“They just make their own pombe out of millet and water and cassava, and ferment it for 5 days.”
Looking for tweets for pombe.