from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of a Bantu people inhabiting southeast Congo (formerly Zaire).
- n. The Bantu language of this people. Also called Tshiluba.
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- n. a member of a Bantu people in southeastern Congo
- n. a Bantu language spoken in southeastern Congo
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A cast bursting with great characters, a community that could easily function as a formidable chorus, a lovely setting with just enough of a magical-realism quality to justify the bursting-into-song aspect, and a magnificent “Big Lady” lead role in Luba all suggest a musical that would write itself.
As I knew we could not take the wagons beyond a certain point where there was a river called the Luba, unfordable by anything on wheels, I requested him, moreover, to send a hundred bearers with whatever escort might be necessary, to meet us on the banks of that river at a spot which was known to both of us.
The new software, which has been ... web filter software called Luba ...
Anyway, he has to administer the test to figure out whether Luba really is an Android.
Furthermore, explains Luba, his memories could be false memories.
In other words, can you now only buy comics where the women are shaped like Luba and have EEE chests?
* The Onion's AV Club does their regular comics round-up, this time looking at Luba, Potter's Field, the Unwritten and Optic Nerve, to name but a few.
Illustration by Luba Lukova The techniques affirmed by the Petter case are especially relevant now, says estate attorney Howard Zaritsky of Rapidan, Va.
Luba Lukova, the artist responsible for the cover image on the forthcoming One-Straw Revolution, had a poster selected for the Manifest Hope exhibit in DC over inauguration weekend.
On Tuesday, federal agents raided the stores and homes of Luba Balyasny , 46 years old, and Alla Shrayber , 40, the co-owners of Monica's Pharmacy at 1323 Sheepshead Bay Road and L & A Pharmacy at 395 Avenue X, and arrested them for allegedly overcharging millions of dollars for prescription-drug claims.