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  • The importance of the island arose from its being the great money bank of the natives, who here collected the zimbo, buzio, cowrie, or cypr√¶a moneta.

    Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo

  • Good question I've always wondered. .but during my time ndisati ndawanikwa foreign guys used to say there something distinctly different with Zimbo girls in general and I remembr ma Nigerians went crazy nema zimbo chics same as ava mabrandaya ekwa Seseko wazaBanga Mobutu

    Zimbabwe Telegraph and ZimDaily Forums

  • Ramba, tinewe Morgan. talks written by exiled zimbo, August 14, 2008 we cannot accept a GNU were the junta has executive powers.

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  • In the work of Daniel Dennett, a zimbo is a zombie (an organism physically and behaviourally identical to a human being except that it is not conscious) which can interrogate and discuss its own internal states. A zimbo would presumably report (incorrectly) that it was conscious. Dennett (and I) think we're all zimboes. Oh, except that he and I don't actually think we're conscious.

    January 9, 2009