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  • noun uncommon Alternative form of leban.

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Examples

  • After his announcement the crowd sang the patriotic song, "Bayan Ko" (My Country) while raising their hands to show the "L" sign for "laban," the Filipino word for fight, which was the anti-Marcos dictatorship slogan.

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  • After his announcement the crowd sang the patriotic song, "Bayan Ko" (My Country) while raising their hands to show the "L '' sign for" laban, "the Filipino word for fight, which was the anti-Marcos dictatorship slogan.

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  • After his announcement the crowd sang the patriotic song, "Bayan Ko" (My Country) while raising their hands to show the "L '' sign for" laban, "the Filipino word for fight, which was the anti-Marcos dictatorship slogan.

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  • After his announcement the crowd sang the patriotic song, "Bayan Ko" (My Country) while raising their hands to show the "L '' sign for" laban, "the Filipino word for fight, which was the anti-Marcos dictatorship slogan.

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  • The key is knowing how to cook the yogurt aka laban so that it is stabilized.

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  • The key is knowing how to cook the yogurt aka laban so that it is stabilized.

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  • My father's people called it Kheyore Laban and would add a tbsp. of dried mint (per pint of "laban"), and then mix with melted butter (Smart Balance?) in which two kernels of garlic had been sauted (take out garlic before adding to yogurt mix).

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  • [FN#120] Mr. Payne suspects that "laban," milk, esp. artificially soured (see vol. vi, 201), is a clerical error for "jubn" = cheese.

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  • He then gave us each a handful of dates and another of almonds, and poured out four tin mugs of the sour goat’s milk called laban that he had bought the day before from our neighbours.

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  • He then gave us each a handful of dates and another of almonds, and poured out four tin mugs of the sour goat’s milk called laban that he had bought the day before from our neighbours.

    O Jerusalem

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