OBBO

AcronymDefinition
OBBOOriginal and Busted Bets Only (blackjack)
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Obbo said drugs had become a major hindrance to the development of the region, adding that many young people who had the potential to become future leaders are now enslaved to the vice.
In this section, the performance of MLBBO is compared with improved BBO algorithms: (a) oppositional BBO (OBBO) [12], which is proposed by employing opposition-based learning (OBL) alongside BBO's migration rates; (b) multi-operator BBO (MOBBO) [18], which is another modified BbO with multi-operator migration operator; (c) perturb BBO (PBBO) [16], which is a modified BBO with perturb migration operator; and (d) real-code BBO (RCBBO) [9].
Also, the casual dismissal of Marc's perceived fatherlessness reinforces Christine Obbo's claim that childless women were targets of the state as a means to control and define female sexuality.
'Considering the growing significance of electronic channels of service delivery in the banking industry, the establishment of an off-site ATM will increase market penetration,' Apollo Obbo, the director of commercial banking at the Bank of Uganda, said after opening the ATM at Oasis Mall in Kampala.
From this survival strategy, Christine Obbo's (2006:154) observation is apt:
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"In our politics," Obbo continued, "when the ruler's cronies have pocketed the health funds and the people are dying of malaria, it's the business of the world to raise money to buy them mosquito nets and chloroquine."
A number of studies on African women have documented the dramatic change in the role and status of women (Cutrufelli, 1983; Obbo, 1980; Paulme, 1971; Romero, P.
Patterns of sexual networking and possibilities for negotiating safe sex are only understandabl e if sexual behavior is placed in a larger context of gender relations and the inequalities and power dynamics that infuse them (Dyson 1992; Haram 1995; Obbo 1995).
At company offices in Fredericia, Obbo Hut told QFFI that the new relationship should be beneficial to each company and they will be able to offer a bigger product range.
Over 90 percent of African adult cases of AIDS are attributed to heterosexual relations (Obbo, 1992).