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  • n. A member of the Blin people.


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  • Although $15 is a big investment for a family living on less than $2 a day, the Bogo Light pays for itself in just a few months through decreased kerosene expenditures and increased productivity from an extended work day.

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  • During a conference I hosted at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in April as part of the ExxonMobil Women and Development series, Mark Bent, president and CEO of SunNight Solar, demonstrated his company's Bogo Light -- a "flashlight" made of solar cells, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), and rechargeable batteries, capable of providing six hours of light when charged.

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  • SunNight Solar sells the Bogo Light in Africa for about $15 to cover shipping and distribution costs.

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  • It would have been good to hear what they had to say and to try to figure out what Bogo was thinking or IF he was thinking.

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  • Bogo 1/2 off on any of the products in my shop and a free 6 oz bag of chips


  • The Bulgarian police discovered it and forced author Bogomil "Bogo" Shopov to take it down. News

  • When he removed the page, Bogo substituted a blog post explaining his frustrations with his country's government, detailing how change can happen in seconds, especially with the tools and technology at our disposal. News

  • Bogo, I have a damned grip like a vice on this son without an American father.

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  • The Salimbangon camp further requested the Comelec for an investigation on the matter and consequently disband CBACTAF, even such disbandment may be effective only during the election period, which is a very critical time for the people of Bogo. - RSS Feeds

  • "At the onset, we inform your office that CBACTAF was primarily formed to serve the purposes of one family - the Martinezes - and is being used by the latter to harass and intimidate the people of Bogo, especially those who oppose or will oppose them in the upcoming May 10, 2010 national and local elections," the letter dated February 17 read. - RSS Feeds


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